Flights to Rome

How to find cheap flights to Rome

The Roman empire is an ancient history, but the capital city of Italy is on the top of the “to go” list of millions of tourists. With you can find cheap flights to Rome easily. We will search hundreds of online travel agents and airlines, both local and international, and show you the cheapest offers for the dates you have selected.

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Airports with direct flights to Rome

You can catch direct cheap flights to Rome from Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv (TLV). On we will find you flights to Rome from Ovda Airport near Eilat (VDA) via stopovers.

What airlines fly to Rome from Israel?

Ryanair operates cheap flights to Rome from Ben Gurion Airport Terminal 1. Alitalia, EL AL, and Vueling fly from Terminal 3.

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Airports in Rome

Rome has two airports: Ciampino airport (CIA) is the older one, located 12 km from the historic center of the city. Fiumicino airport (FCO) is the newer one, around 35 km from the city center. Direct flights from Tel Aviv, including cheap flights to Rome operated by Ryanair, arrive at Fiumicino.

Rome Fiumicino (FCO): Located in the town of Fiumicino southwest of Rome, this is the largest airport in Italy. The airport has four terminals. The fourth one is called Terminal 5, and that’s the terminal that serves all flights from Tel Aviv to Rome Fiumicino. The fastest way to reach the city center is by train. A single ticket costs €14 for the 30-minute ride when you buy a return ticket online and print it out. There are several bus services for €8-10 round-trip when you purchase tickets in advance. You can also buy a return ticket for the Airport shuttle bus for €11, the journey time between the airport and the city center is approximately 75 minutes.

The taxi rank is located just outside the terminal, where you can find plenty of taxis. Expect to pay €35-50, depends on your final destination. You can also rent a car or a scooter at one of the rental agencies. Don’t book anything before you compare prices on Skyscanner’s Car Rental.

Rome Ciampino (CIA): If you are flying via stopovers with the last leg operated by either Ryanair or Wizz Air, your cheap flights to Rome might arrive at the older airport. Ciampino has one terminal, with ATMs, change, restaurants, and shops. You can take the bus which costs only €1 to the city center or walk to the taxi rank. The taxis are metered, and you can expect to pay €30-€40. There are also several car rental companies, such as Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Thrifty, and Sixt. Check Skyscanner’s car rental offers.

When to go to Rome?

The summers in Rome are quite warm, with temperatures exceeding 30 degrees in July and August. The winters are pleasant during the day, 13-15 degrees, but the nights are cold, 3-4 degrees. That is naturally the season to fetch cheap flights to Rome.

What to see and do in Rome?

Must see: There are many “must see” sites in Rome. The Colosseum is on the top of the list, as the largest amphitheater ever built in ancient Rome. The Roman Forum was the administrative heart of ancient Rome, and you can find it just west of the Colosseum.

Museums: The Capitoline museums are worth a visit for their exceptional collection of sculptures and statues. They are designed by Michelangelo, and you can find them on Rome’s Capitoline hill. It’s a great place to cool down if you are visiting during the hot summer.

Vatican City: This site is a must-see for every visitor, whether you are religious or not. The museum complex houses are visited by 5 million people each year. Here you can find some of Italy’s finest artist such as Leonardo da Vinci, Caravaggio, and Giotto. The Vatican remains a site of pilgrimage for millions of Roman Catholics across the globe, eager for a glimpse of the home of the Pope.

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This information is correct as of October 2017

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Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Rome: Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino.
Gulf Air, SkyUp Airlines, Oman Air, Transavia France, transavia, Nouvelair, Norwegian and GOL Linhas Aéreas all fly non-stop to Rome.
The cheapest month to fly to Rome is February.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.