Cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Rome
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- Sun 20 OctTLVFCOTue 29 OctFCOTLVRyanairDirectfrom $184
- Sun 20 OctTLVFCOWed 30 OctFCOTLVRyanairDirectfrom $184
- Wed 2 OctTLVFCOSun 13 OctFCOTLVAlitaliaIndirectfrom $188
Flight information Tel Aviv to Rome
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 2259 kilometers
Most popular airline last month
Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino
Frequently asked questions
All you need to know about flights from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport to Rome Airport (TLV-FCO)
• Which airlines fly from Tel Aviv to Rome?
Four airlines offer direct flights from Tel Aviv to Rome: Alitalia, EL AL, Vueling, and Ryanair. All of these airlines are flying from Ben Gurion Airport TLV to Rome Leonardo da Vinci International Fiumicino Airport FCO. There are no direct flights from Tel Aviv to Ciampino Airport CIA.
• What is the lowest price for flights to Rome?
The lowest TLV to Rome price that we have found in the past month was $59 (₪215).
• What is the average flight time from TLV to Rome?
The duration of direct TLV to Rome flights is three hours and 25 minutes on average.
• When is the best time to book cheap Tel Aviv Rome flights?
The best time to book your cheap flights to Rome is 16 weeks before your desired dates. The cheapest month to find cheap flights from Tel Aviv Airport TLV to Rome FCO is January when flights are 25% cheaper compared to the average price, followed by February and November - 21% cheaper.
Terminal Information - Departing
Alitalia, EL AL, and Vueling operate Tel Aviv Rome flights from Ben Gurion Airport Terminal 3. The train station is located just outside the terminal. It arrives every 30 minutes, but there are no trains on weekends and holidays. Inside the terminal, there’s a large selection of Duty-Free stores, where you can buy pretty much everything, from electronics to clothing and shoes, suitcases and watches, candy and even hummus. With the “פטור ושמור” service you can leave everything at the airport and pick it up when you return to Israel. Make sure to check the current sales and special offers for electronics for less than $200 - it’s all tax-free.
There are numerous restaurants and cafes where you can dine. Premium credit card holders can relax at one of the two Dan Lounges. Even if you don’t have a premium card, you can enjoy the lounge for a fee. If you are an Elite member of EL AL, you can pass the time until boarding at the King David lounge.
Ryanair operates cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Rome from Terminal 1. If you travel by train, take the free shuttle from Terminal 3; it departs every 15-20 minutes. There are a small Duty-Free area and two food stands. Ben Gurion Airport TLV offers free Wifi for the whole duration of your stay in both terminals.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Fiumicino Airport FCO: Named after Leonardo da Vinci, Fiumicino Airport is the biggest airport in Italy, located 26 km southwest of Rome and has four terminals. The fourth one is called Terminal 5. All flights are landing at Terminal 3. The fastest way to get to the city center is by train. The Leonardo Express non-stop service leaves every 15 minutes with a journey time of 32 minutes to Rome Termini railway. Regional FL1 trains to other stations in Rome, including Rome Tiburtina, departs every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends and holidays. Price starts at €9. Several buses connect the airport to the city center which cost €8-10 for a round-trip when you buy tickets in advance. You can also purchase a return ticket for the Airport shuttle bus for €11, and you will reach the city in approximately 75 minutes.
Outside the terminal, there are plenty of taxis. The rate is €35-50 depends on your final destination. You can also rent a car or a scooter at one of the rental agencies at Rome Fiumicino Airport.
Ciampino Airport CIA: If you are booked a flight from Tel Aviv to Rome via a stopover and arrive at Rome Ciampino, you will find ATMs, change, restaurants, and shops. The airport is located 12 km from Rome, and serve mostly flights operated by Ryanair and Wizz Air. Getting from the airport to the city is quite simple, take the €1 bus, or go 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.
Things you should know before booking flights to Rome
Make sure your passport is valid for at 90 days after you plan to leave Italy before you book Tel Aviv to Rome flights. If your passport is not valid, you can issue a new one at Ben Gurion Airport for a rather high fee. There are separate lines for EU citizens and non-EU. If you enter the country with your Israeli passport, the border control officer will check that you didn’t stay in the Schengen area more than the maximum time allowed, meaning - no more than a total of 90 days in half a year.
Useful Information about Rome - רומא
Must-visit list: Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Castel Sant'Angelo. There are many museums worth a visit, such as the Capitoline museums have an exceptional collection of sculptures and statues. They are designed by Michelangelo, and you can find them on Rome’s Capitoline hill. Vatican City is a must-see for every visitor, whether you are religious or not.
Generally speaking, the prices in Rome are a little lower compared to Tel Aviv. A meal for two in a nice restaurant will be 7% cheaper. Just like many other European destinations - you can drink two beers in Rome for the price of one in Tel Aviv. A one-way ticket in the local transport costs the same as in Israel, but taxis are 50% more expensive. Good news for shopping lovers: you can find Jeans, dresses, and shoes for 10%-35% less than what you are used to paying at home.
How to find cheap flights to Rome
Searching cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Rome? Be flexible and instead of typing in specific dates, search “whole month.” On some dates, you’d be able to find Rome flights for as low as $116 (around ₪420) round-trip. Set up a Price Alert, and we’ll drop you a line when the prices change. Get more great tips on how to book cheap Tel Aviv Rome flights. Looking for cheap hotels? We have that too - compare prices on Skyscanner Hotels. Looking to save with last-minute Tel Aviv Rome flights? Learn how to find last minute deals on TLV to Rome flights when you are on a budget.
This information is correct as of October 2018
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.