Belfast Airport offers direct flights to over 70 domestic and international destinations, so finding flights to Rome shouldn't be a hassle, especially when using our flight comparator. All you have to do is fill in the blanks, such as what dates you're hoping to fly to Rome on. Avoid weekend and afternoon flights from Belfast to Rome, as those tend to be the more expensive choice. It's also best if you visit Rome during the off season, as flights will be a lot cheaper than they would during summer, or school holidays. Belfast is one of the few airports that driving to won't end up meaning extortionate parking fees, you can now book parking at the Park and Fly service from as little as £3 a day, which shouldn't have an impact on your spending in Rome. Alternatively there are regular bus and coach services connecting the airport to destinations across Northern Ireland, so whichever you choose you should have no problem arriving in good time for your Rome flight. Before you jet off to Rome, you should probably double check the visa requirements, and always remember to check the weather forecast, so you know what not to pack.