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The Eternal City attracts a steady stream of Italophiles, classicists, curious city breakers and even pilgrims – and as a result, there is are plenty of flights from the UK, bound for Fiumicino Airport or the smaller Ciampino.

Situated on Italy’s central eastern coast, sandwiched between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the hills of the Lazio region, Rome is the kind of city that rewards repeat trips: after you’ve explored iconic attractions such as the Colosseum and the Vatican, you’ll discover a mosaic of contrasting neighbourhoods, from fashionable Monti to villagey Trastevere.

With so many airlines offering flights to Rome, there's plenty of scope to shop around for cheap deals. There are plenty of low-cost carriers to choose from too, including Vueling, easyJet and Ryanair. They usually fly into Ciampino, which has slightly worse transport links but is still a perfectly workable gateway to the city.

Along with the usual tips for saving money, such as dodging extra fees and only taking hand luggage (perfectly possible for a journey to Rome), it’s worth travelling out of season. While Rome can be expensive all year round to visit, prices can drop from January to March. Temperatures drop too, of course, but some of the city’s best attractions are indoors anyway.

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Flight time

2 hrs 35 mins

(from London)


Euro (€)