A flight to Rome from London takes just over three hours. There are many airlines which operate a cheap flight from London - Rome. In fact, at least ten airlines regularly travel between these destinations. If you want to find a London - Rome flight offer it is best to use our online flight comparison tool to compare flight prices across the market.
A flight from London - Rome is direct and there is no stop off point at all. There are two airports in Rome. The main airport in Rome is Fiumicino International Airport and provides good transport connections to the centre of Italy's capital city. The other airport in Rome is Ciampino International Airport and is where most budget airlines land. A small airport in comparison, your cheap flight from London - Rome will most likely land here.
Tip: When arriving late at night at the Fiumicino International Airport, check out the bus schedule beforehand. Although taxis operate from there, it could be very expensive to travel in one to your hotel.
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Cheap London - Rome Flights
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Price history London - Rome
The fares of cheap flights between London and Rome are displayed in the price calendar. You will find, for each day, the price of plane tickets, one-way and returns, calculated according to two key factors: the best estimated price and the best price found by an internet-user between London and Rome. Thus, leaving you with nothing to do but choose your cheap flight from London to Rome.
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The time difference between Rome from London is one hour. If your flight between London and Rome is with a budget airline and it arrives at the Ciampino International Airport, be prepared to have cash with you. This is because cash machines are only in the departure lounge and not at arrivals. Even though it is closer to the centre of Rome, there are no direct trains there from Fiumicino International Airport.
Impressive frescoes by such painters as Michelangelo and Botticelli are found in the Sistine Chapel. You should arrive at the Sistine Chapel as early as possible because it can get very busy.
St Peters Square
A huge piazza in the Vatican City, St Peters Square is surrounded by circular columns and there are many statues on top of them. An Ancient Egyptian Obelisk is in the centre of St Peters Square which adds to the grandeur of this attraction in Rome.
Originally built in the 1st century AD, Roman gladiators used to fight slaves and animals in the Coliseum. Although it is not intact, the vast majority of it still stands. Open throughout the year, this wonder of Ancient Rome should be added to your itinerary.
One of the best surviving buildings from Ancient Rome, the Pantheon has many tombs of Renaissance painters. Its impressive dome has inspired architects for generations.
The Trevi Fountain
Originally built in the 17th century, the Trevi Fountain attracts scores of tourists every year, many of whom make a wish by throwing a penny into it.
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