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Cheap Flights from London to Rome

Flight information London to Rome

cheapest roundtrip price from London to Rome last month

9

airlines fly non-stop from London to Rome

177

flights a week from London to Rome

2h 25min

average flight time from London to Rome, total distance 894 miles

British Airways

was the most popular airline flying from London to Rome last month

2 airports

Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino

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Flying Out of London

When you are looking to fly out of London, England and head off to the Italian capital city of Rome, one of the factors you will need to consider is which airport you will be taking off from. London is a major city and has numerous airports to choose from. Consider these options when you are flying from London to Rome:

Heathrow Airport

Heathrow International Airport is the third busiest airport in the entire world and therefore offers a wide variety of flight and airline options when you are looking to travel the world. When it comes to going to Rome, Italy, the airlines that fly out of Heathrow to Rome include:

  • British Airways
  • Alitalia
  • KLM
  • Air France
  • Eurowings

Gatwick Airport

Gatwick Airport is another popular airport in the city of London and they handle about 40 million passengers on an annual basis. The airlines that utilize Gatwick Airport and offer flight options to Rome include:

  • EasyJet
  • Aer Lingus
  • Iberia
  • British Airways

Flying into Rome

When you arrive in Rome, Italy, you will more than likely land at Leonardo da Vinci – Fiumicino Airport, which is the primary airport in all of Italy. Because of this, expect to land in a hustling and bustling busy environment. If you are hungry right when you land in Rome, Fiumicino Airport offers a wide variety of self-serve eateries, restaurants, wine bars, and more. There are a variety of styles of food to choose from, from traditional Italian, burgers, and sandwiches.

Once you have your luggage and are ready to head out of the airport and out into the city of Rome, there are many transportation options to choose from. If you use Skyscanner’s awesome Car Rental search and reservation feature, all you will need to do is head over to Torre Uffici 2 where the rental car offices are and pick up your reservation. Otherwise, there are two train services through Trenitalia to take you from the airport to the center of Rome. The Leonardo Express takes you on a direct ride to Rome Termini Railway Station while the Regional FL1 Trains stop at several Rome stations to get you to the area of the city you want to go.

Exploring Rome

After you have gotten all settled into your hotel and dropped your luggage off, it is time to get out and explore the beauty of Rome. Of course, one of the most important sites in the city of Rome is the Colosseum, the ancient Roman gladiatorial center. To see some of the most beautiful artwork in the world, head over to gaze at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Vatican City is also an actual independent country located within the city of Rome and is the home of the Vatican museums, and of course, the central hub and holy place of the Catholic church, making it one of the most unique and historical sites in the world.

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