Cheap Flights to Rome
Aviasales compares airfare to Rome from 2500 cities across 728 airlines and hundreds of global travel sites. We find the cheapest tickets to Rome with no surcharge and no fees.
Tickets to Rome are most popular in June, July and September. Low season for flights to Rome is in January, February and March.
The city of Rome is served by airports: Fiumicino and Ciampino. There are 79 airlines that take direct flights to Rome. Most flights are operated by Ryanair. The following airlines offer direct flights to Rome from Russia: Pobeda, Aeroflot, Ural Airlines, S7 Airlines, Air Astana and ITA Airways from Moscow, St. Petersburg and Yekaterinburg.
Popular directions to Rome from Russia: Moscow – Rome from 7 850 rubles Saint Petersburg – Rome from 12 559 rubles Sochi – Rome from 11 630 rubles
Popular directions to Rome from other countries: Tallinn – Rome from 1 821 RUB Istanbul – Rome from 3 457 RUB Athens – Rome from 1 508 RUB
Depending on the number of days remaining until your departure, the price of a ticket from Rome may change by more than 145%.
Aviaseils suggests buying air tickets to Rome in advance so that you can choose your flight according to your wishes and financial possibilities.
Rome is the capital of Italy. IATA code (unique object ID) of the city is ROM. The population of Rome is approximately 2 563 000 people.
Time zone of Rome is +1 GMT, which is 2 hours behind Moscow time. Please note: flight tickets indicate local time of departure, be sure to reconcile your time before flight.
Rome is the capital of Italy, located on the Tiber River. The city population is about 2.8 million people. Check out the price of tickets to Rome on our website. This is one of the oldest cities in the world. It has a rich history, diverse architecture, which attracts a huge number of tourists. One of the most famous sights of Rome, of course, is the Colosseum. Also no less famous and alluring to tourists such monuments of architecture as: Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, St. Peter’s Cathedral, Piazza del Popolo, Vittoriano, St. Peter’s Square, San Giovanni in Laterano, Castel Sant’Angelo and many more. Buy cheap air tickets to Rome on our site. For tourists from Russia we always have air tickets Moscow Rome.
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Cheap flights to Rome from other cities
Ticket prices to Rome depend on the season, destination city, airline and availability of sales.
Below is the list of the cheapest tickets to Rome found by our users in the last 48 hours:
- From Catania from 566 ₽
- from Barcelona from 640 ₽
- from Bari from 726 ₽
- From Budapest from 800 ₽
- From Corfu from 897 ₽ 897 ₽
- From Trapani from 905 ₽
- From Vienna from 923 ₽
- From Bratislava from 1,026 ₽
- From Prague from 1,026 ₽
- From Brindisi from 1,046 ₽
- From Malta 1 088 ₽
- From London from 1 089 ₽
- From Venice from 1,108 ₽
- From Palermo from 1,113 ₽
- From Warsaw from 1,153 ₽.
- From Paris from 1,217 ₽
- From Brussels from 1,239 ₽
- From Milan from 1,239 ₽
- From Frankfurt am Main from 1,245 ₽.
- From Thira from 1,265 ₽
* The final ticket price is valid at the time of search and may vary depending on the number of seats remaining for the flight at that fare.
The cheapest airfare to Rome, found by our users in the past 48 hours: a ticket to Catania – Rome with a flight time of 01.10.2022 and cost 566 rubles.
Fastest airfare to Rome: Flight from Rome with a flight time of 32 minutes and a flight time of 12.09.2022.
Popular flight directions to Rome
- From Moscow from 7,850 ₽.
- From Tallinn: 1 821 ₽.
- From Istanbul: ₽ 3 457 ₽.
- From St. Petersburg from 12 559 ₽
- From Athens from 1 508 ₽
- From Kiev, 3 613 ₽.
- From Helsinki: 2 714 ₽.
- From Riga from 1 354 ₽
- From Vilnius from 1 908 ₽
- From Budapest from 800 ₽
Airlines flying to Rome
All airlines flying direct to Rome:
- Turkish Airlines
- Uzbekistan Airways.
- Pegasus Airlines
- Wizz Air
- Qatar Airways
- Etihad Airways
- Air Serbia
- Aegean Airlines
- Air Moldova
- Air France
- El Al Israel Airlines
- Gulf Air
- Austrian Airlines
- Ukraine International airlines
- Singapore Airlines
- Swiss International Air Lines
- Bulgaria Air
- Norwegian Air International
- Ethiopian Airlines
- American Airlines
- British Airways
- Royal Air Maroc
- United Airlines
- TAP Portugal
- Norwegian Air Shuttle
- Royal Jordanian
- Scandinavian Airlines
- Asiana Airlines
- Air Europa
- Air Canada
- Brussels Airlines
- Korean Air
- ITA Airways
- Israir Airlines
- Sky Express
- AIR CAIRO
- Air Algerie
- Blue Air
- Skyview Airways Company Limiteddba Skyview
- Middle East Airlines
- Aerolineas Argentinas
- Air Transat
- Croatia Airlines
- Delta Air Lines
- Air Malta
- Cathay Pacific
- Aer Lingus
- Kuwait Airways
- Syphax Airlines
- VLM Airlines
- Hainan Airlines
- Blue Bird Airways
- Air Corsica
- China Airlines
- Monarch Airlines
Rome has 2 airports: Fiumicino and Ciampino
Nearest cities and airports to Rome
There are the following large cities and airports near Rome from which, if necessary, you can get to your destination:
How to get to Rome
The legendary ancient city of Rome, capital of the Italian Republic, sits on both banks of the Tiber River, which cuts through the hilly plain of the Roman Campania. On the map of Italy tourists who are going to travel around the country can find Rome in the central part of the Apennine Peninsula, near the west coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, about 25 km from the place where the Tiber River flows into it.
All ways to get to Rome
As thousands of years ago, countless small and large roads stretch toward Rome. Today’s routes mostly repeat the routes of the famous Roman roads built during the heyday of the empire – the Aurelian, Cassian, Agrippian, Appian, Flaminia and Salaria. They gave rise to the famous proverb that all roads lead to the gates of the Eternal City. These ancient names can still be seen on road maps today, but more often the highways are marked with an abbreviation or two of letters and numbers. By high-speed roads by car or bus you can reach Rome from any corner of Europe. And Russian cities are no exception. Tourists who do not want to lose time on the road, arrive in Rome by plane, others like a leisurely journey in the comfortable cabin of the train. Travel to Rome by sea and then take a local train or cab once you’ve landed at the port.
Plane to Rome
Rome has two airports, Fiumicino, also known as Leonardo da Vinci Airport, and Ciampino. The first has the status of an international air port, the second receives charter flights, airliners of low-cost companies, private jets of wealthy businessmen, and air cabs.
Fiumicino Airport, the largest air hub of Italy, is located 30 km south-west of the center of Rome, in the small city of the same name. It has four terminals, which are linked by a free shuttle bus service. Ciampino Airport is located 15 km south-east of the Italian capital.
Direct flights to Rome are available from Moscow and St. Petersburg. From Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport daily flights are operated by Aeroflot and Alitalia, from Domodedovo – by S7 Airlines. Journey by air lasts on average 3 hours. 50 min.
Non-stop flights from St. Petersburg to Rome are made by Russia, a member of Aeroflot group, and Alitalia. Planes take off from Pulkovo airport. Travel time also does not exceed 3 hours. 50 min.
It is possible to get to Rome from Moscow, St. Petersburg and other cities of Russia with connections in European cities. In this case flight is usually cheaper, but practice shows that tourists easily spend saved money in transit airports waiting for their flights and spending time in cafes and restaurants with not cheap food and drinks.
There are about a dozen airlines, both Russian and international, flying to Rome with connections. Planes fly through Helsinki, Budapest, Riga, Athens, Brussels, Barcelona and other European cities. The waiting time may take from one hour if you fly through Kaliningrad on the airline “Pobeda”, up to 5-6 hours. If you fly with a night stopover in Vienna, Zurich, or Istanbul, the interval between flights may be 15 hours and more.
Prices for flights from Russian cities to Rome vary during the year and depend on the season and the number of days between bookings and departure day. You can find comprehensive information on flight schedules, ticket prices, and connectivity options at aviasales.ru.
If you’re traveling alone in Europe with a Schengen visa in your passport and decide to get to Rome on board an airliner from a low-cost European airline, the plane is likely to land at Ciampino airport. EasyJet, Ryanair and Swiss Air land here.
Transport from airports
To get from Fiumicino Airport to the center of Rome you can take a cab (fixed price – 48 €), a train (from 8-14 € depending on the destination), a TerraVision bus – from 4 €. If you wish, you can order a transfer, which is easy to do on the website of KiwiTaxi.
From Ciampino Airport you can take a shuttle bus to nearby subway and railroad stations. Cab and car rental services are also available.
Read more about how to get from the airports to the center of Rome here.
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By train to Rome
You can reach Rome by train from all cities in Italy and many megacities in Europe. The vast majority of trains arrive at Termini station, which is one of the largest on the continent. It is located in the center of Rome and is connected with the metro station of the same name and the intercity bus station.
So far there is no possibility to get by train from Russian cities to Rome without changing trains. However, you can take a train ticket Moscow – Nice, which runs several times a month, passing through such Italian cities as Verona, Milan and Genoa. To Genoa, for example, you will get there in 43 hours for about 250 € (compartment), 320 € (sleeping car) or 870 € (luxury). Then you can take a train to Rome. The trip will cost you from 42 € to 90 € depending on the class of the coach. The trip will take you from 4 to 6 hours.
From Moscow and St. Petersburg you can go directly to Vienna. From there direct trains to Rome are available. Another variant: take a train to Berlin and change to a train to Munich. From there you can get to the capital of Italy without changing the transport.
Your own route to Rome by train from your own city can be found on the train ticketing websites GoEuro and Tutu.ru.
Lovers of wheeling on the roads of Europe can go to Rome by bus or car. The way from the western border of Russia will lie through Belarus, Poland, the Czech Republic and Austria.
Buses to Rome
In the summer season, many travel companies organize tours Moscow – Rome. Tourists who wish to travel independently and inexpensively can use the services of a bus company Intercars Europe. Comfortable buses leave every Friday from metro station “Dinamo”, the final stop – the bus station in Rome Termini. The trip takes about 60 hours, its cost – about 225 €.
From St. Petersburg to Rome by bus is possible only with a change. Go to Riga or Tallinn, from there every day buses Eurolines leave for Rome. They follow the route Tallinn – Riga – Rome. You can get on a bus or at the bus station in Tallinn or at the bus station in Riga. Tickets cost from 110 € to 135 €. Travel time is two days.
The distance from the capital of the Russian Federation to Rome is 3050 km, from St.-Petersburg is a little less (about 3000 km). How long it will take depends on many things: the speed at which you will drive, the time you have to spend at the border crossing, the choice of route – you can rush on highways (some of them are paid), trying to make as few stops as possible, or take a detour scenic roads, stopping in interesting places.
Whichever highway you come to Rome from, the Gran Raccordo Anulare is sure to reach the Great Ring Road. The A1 (Autostrada del Sole) enters the ring road from the north and the south and the A24 from the east. If you’re driving on the Via del Mare from the coast, you can either switch to the ring road or just continue straight to the city center.
Many roads lead to the center of Rome from the ring road. To enter the northern part, choose Via Salaria, Via Flaminia, or Via Nomentana. If you are heading to the Vatican area, follow the ring road to the west and turn off onto Via Aurelia. To the southern part of the city, take Via Tuscolana, Via Appia Nuova, Via Pontina, or Via del Mare.
How to get to Rome from the seaport
The ancient city of Civitavecchia, the international passenger seaport of the Italian capital, is about 80 km northwest of Rome. Ferries, yachts and cruise ships cruising the Mediterranean Sea moor here daily. Civitavecchia is full of historical sites, beautiful beaches and good shopping. But if you find yourself here, do not miss the opportunity to visit Rome.
Very cheap to get from Civitavecchia to Rome is possible by train – the trip will cost you from 5 €, the trip will last up to 2 hours depending on the type of train. Trains leave every half hour and arrive at Rome Termini station. Civitavecchia train station is a 10-minute walk from the seaport.
Take a cab to Rome in 1 hour and 15 minutes. The official fixed fare from the port to the center of Rome is 120 €. At the parking lot, ask the driver to confirm the amount, otherwise it may suddenly increase.
Another option is to go to Rome with a one-day bus tour. You can book in advance with a Russian-speaking guide on the website Tripster.ru.