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Flights To Rome

Has anyone ever told you why not to visit Rome? No, because reasons not to visit Rome don’t exist. Whether you want to gorge on pasta, art or architecture, la dolce vita is all about doing it your way. Bust out your Italian phrasebook (“Mi scusi! Grazie!” isn’t going to cut it) and practice on the plane. You’ll soon land in the “Eternal City”.

Getting Around Rome

In Europe, trains rule, and Rome is no different. When Wotif’s flights to Rome land at Fiumicino International Airport (FCO), the Express Train will get you to downtown’s Stazione Termini in about 30 minutes. From there, the two Metro lines are easy to figure out, and buses can take you anywhere the Metro doesn’t go.

When You Land…

If you’ve got a coffee addiction, you’ve come to the right place. Those on morning Rome flights can just pop into a “bar” (aka coffee shop) for an espresso (or six). In the afternoon, wander the gardens of Villa Borghese and the famous artworks of its gallery. If you get in after the sun sets, you’ll really feel like “all the world’s a stage” when you see Rome at night—and you’ll be the star atop one of the city’s many sky-high bars.

Live Like a Local

You’ve already gotten local vibes with those six espressos, but if you want to continue hanging with the residents, Wotif’s Rome hotels in the Trastevere neighbourhood are the place to be. Sip wine on the steps of the fountain in Piazza di Santa Maria to gear up for the nightlife, then head north to the River Tiber waterfront to dance the night away.

Admit it: You were going to book cheap flights to Rome before you even started reading this. Wotif has the best deals around, and we’ll save you even more cash when you book your airfares and accommodation together with our Rome holiday packages. Get searching, and get ready to live the good life.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Question : Looking for a bargain to Rome?
    Answer : We love visiting Rome. But sometimes finding a good deal can be hard. At Wotif we've made booking a trip to Rome easy. Right now we have flights going to Rome starting at just . With all that cash you just saved on your flight you now have plenty of cash to spend on your next adventure.
  • Question : What are the most popular airlines that fly to Rome?
    Answer : Did you know airlines that fly to a city or region frequently tend to offer lower ticket prices on those flights? Here are the airlines that fly most frequently to Rome, with flights starting from :
    • Lufthansa: 367 flights per week between Rome and Frankfurt.
    • Delta Air Lines: 364 flights per week between Rome and Atlanta.
    • Air France: 348 flights per week between Rome and Paris.
    • KLM: 312 flights per week between Rome and Amsterdam.
    • Aeroflot Russian Airlines: 253 flights per week between Rome and Moscow.
  • Question : When should I check in for my flight to Rome?
    Answer : The general rule for international flights is to check-in at least three (3) hours prior to your flight. We all know what flying is like these days, and anything can hold you up. Maybe the kiddos have decided they're going to take an extra hour to pack. Or maybe you'll be checking in behind someone who thought they couldn't pack 100 kilos of clothing into a carry-on bag. No matter the reason, always plan ahead. Just remember to pack your own bags, ditch the swords and nail clippers, and throw out that massive bottle of water before going through security, and you'll be right on time. Of course, some airlines may have different rules, so be sure to check with them before the day of your flight to Rome.
  • Question : Which hotels are located near airports or major attractions in Rome?
    Answer : If you're on the hunt for a great hotel in Rome, check out the hotels below. They are all located near airports and points of interest in Rome.
    • Hotel Diana Roof Garden: Located in Rome Historic Centre, this hotel is steps from Palazzo Massimo alle Terme and Teatro dell'Opera di Roma. Diocletian Bath and Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore are also within 10 minutes. This hotel has a 4.00 star rating.
    • Hotel Raffaello: This hotel occupies a 19th-century Rome building with an ornate balcony decorating its fa‡ade, 300 metres from Termini train station and Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica. This hotel has a 3.00 star rating.
    • Hotel Cosmopolita: This 19th-century building offers a prime Rome location 300 meters from the Roman Forum, 500 meters from the Pantheon, and 1 block from via del Corso shops. This hotel has a 4.00 star rating.
  • Question : What are the top attractions in Rome?
    Answer : Rome has over 304 amazing sights, points of interest, and attractions. We recommend visiting Piazza Navona and Spanish Steps first, because these are some of Rome’s most popular sights. But don’t stop there. Travellers also recommend Pantheon, Fiera di Roma, and Colosseum. With so much to see, check out our great deals on car hires so that you can travel through Rome hassle-free! What’s better than an awesome getaway? An awesome getaway for an even more awesome price.
  • Question : What are the top car rental deals in Rome?
    Answer : Renting a car is the best way to get around Rome on your own schedule. We've found the top deals on hire cars in Rome for you:
    • Toyota Aygo—a Mini car from Budget—starting at only $12.00 per day.*
    • Toyota Aygo—a Mini car from Avis—starting at only $14.00 per day.*
    • Smart Forfour—a Mini car from Europcar—starting at only $33.00 per day.*

    *Prices vary and will be updated when you view current rental car availability results. Deals displayed here are based on rental car pricing and availability as of April 15, 2019 and may change as you get closer to the actual rental date. Deals displayed whose dates are in the past are no longer valid.