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Cheapest Flights to Rome

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Rome Flights

A captivating, sometimes mystical, and always romantic city, Rome is a location that seamlessly mingles the past with the present. Whether you want to watch the day go by in the Piazza Navona, or take in a show at the Micca Club, wander through the Pantheon or browse the designer wares at Baullà, there is never a bad time to visit. <br />With such a vibrant and active atmosphere, tourists gather in this city all year long, making cheap flights to Rome easily accessible.

Best time to go to Rome

Peak Season:

Although tourists crowd the streets from June to August, Rome is still a quiet place during the peak season, as many of the lively locals have fled the city to do some holiday-making of their own. Despite this, it is still a great time to visit, as the climate is warm and dry, making a walking tour through the Colosseum, a stroll around the bottom of Monte Testaccio, or a Moped ride through the cobblestone streets a real treat.

Shoulder Season:

Flights to Rome see a drop in price in May and September. Tourists are few during these months, making it a great time to explore some of the more popular spots, such as the Sistine Chapel, the Galleria d'Arte Antica, or the Trevi Fountain. Additionally, these months boast several exciting events, such as the May Day Music Festival in May, and La Notte Bianca in September.

Off Season:

Accommodation and flights are at their cheapest from October to April. Although crowds are few, the city is still in full swing, with events and attractions such as the Rome Jazz Festival in October, the Piazza Navona Christmas Market and New Year celebrations in December, and the Good Friday Procession in April.

Rome Airport and transfer information

Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO)

Distance: 30.5km southwest to the centre of Rome

This airport offers many traditional ground transport options like taxis, buses, and an extensive train service. The train is an excellent option for the budget traveller, being both inexpensive and quick – taking roughly 25 to 30 minutes to arrive. An alternative to the regular options is the airport's carpool social network, which helps connect visitors with similar travelling timetables.

Online resources for your travel to Rome

The official website of tourism in Rome provides details on attractions, events, and accommodation, plus useful travel tips. The Safetravel website offers travel and health warnings, and important local contact information. The Leonardo da Vinci Airport website gives information on flights, ground transport, in-airport facilities, and travel tips.

Best Flight Routes to and from Rome (FCO)