Flights from Rome to London
Flight information Rome to London
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average flight time from Rome to London, total distance 894 miles
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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted and London Luton
London is a beautiful British city with history that dates back to medieval times. It is laced with centuries old castles and a royal history that you can experience to this day. London has all of the urban charm of a major US city with its own unique style. If you are planning to fly from Rome to London, let Skyscanner find you amazing deals so you can spend less on traveling and more on having fun in the United Kingdom!
Departing from Rome
Rome Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (FCO) is the main airport that provides flights out of of Italy. This airport is located approximately 16 miles from downtown and is easy to get to via the commuter train system or by car. Rome Leonardo da Vinci International Airport offers several direct flights to London each day on easyJet and Ryanair.
Be sure to arrive at the airport early so you can get through the security screening process and have your documents verified in enough time to make your flight. While you wait for your flight to London, you can peruse some of the fine Italian shops and gift stores, grab a bite to eat at restaurants like McDonalds, Harry's Bar, Sport Village Cafe, and more. There is a professional center in the terminal with office equipment so you can take care of business, as well as ATMs, and complimentary WiFi.
Arriving in London
London is an exciting city where Americans are always welcome to join in on some quirky fun. London has two main airports you can land at. London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is the main airport of the region and is approximately 15 miles from the city. London Gatwick Airport (LGW) is smaller in size and is approximately 28 miles from downtown London. This airport is a good option if you wish to avoid the heavier crowds found at London Heathrow Airport. Both airports offer direct flights to Rome.
When you arrive in London, you can easily get to your final destination by train, bus, taxi, car charter service, the subway, or a rental car. Be sure to check out the amazing rental car deals available using the car rental tool on Skyscanner.
International Travel Tips
Rome and London are both considered to be safe cities for American travel. Before heading out on your international adventure, check in with your local government agency to find out what travel documents you need to make your trip as stress-free as possible. London is a busy tourism spot during the summer months, so try to book your trip in the fall or spring if you want to avoid all the crowds.
Attractions in London
London is full of attractions that are old and new. History buffs, and those with an obsession with the Royal Family, should take a tour of Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Westminster Abbey, and more. London also has an indulgent food scene filled with iconic deep-fried fish and chips, bangers and mash, and chip butties. You can also take a trip through the countryside and take in all of the beautiful scenery.
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