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Cheap flights from London to Rome

Flight information London to Rome

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

AED 123

Non-stop airlines

9

Flights per week

156

Average flight time, total distance 1439 kilometers

2h 25min

Most popular airline last month

Ryanair

Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino

2 airports

Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Rome: Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from London to Rome is AED 123. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
2h 25min is the average flight time from London to Rome.
There are 9 airlines who fly non-stop from London to Rome.
There are 156 flights per week flying from London to Rome, as of July.

Travelers looking to fly from London to Rome will be able to catch direct flights with a wide range of airlines. If you are traveling to Rome Fiumicino Airport you can make the journey with Alitalia, British Airways, easyJet and Vueling, while Ryanair also provides flights to Rome Ciampino Airport out of London Stansted Airport. It's worth checking out our guides to get the low-down on Europe's budget airlines as well as finding the best cheap flights out there.

* This information is correct as of September 2018

Airport Information - Arriving

Rome Fiumicino Airport is the main airport serving Rome situated around 35 km from the city. The airport is set across four passenger terminals and offers an excellent range of facilities and services for travelers to enjoy. When your flight has arrived at the airport there are plenty of options to travel into central Rome including by train and bus if you don’t want to take a taxi. At the airport you can explore the many designer and luxury shops or do some duty-free shopping. There are also several restaurants and cafés where you can enjoy a meal or a drink before catching your flight. The airport provides travelers with free Wi-Fi and there are children’s play areas available for families.

Rome Ciampino Airport is Rome’s secondary airport situated just 8 km from the city center. Once you have landed at the airport there are public buses available to reach the city and taxis are readily available just outside of the terminal. The airport is set within a single passenger terminal and offers a small selection of amenities and facilities for travelers including restaurants, cafés and duty-free shopping. You can also connect to the airport’s free Wi-Fi network to keep yourself occupied.

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Airport Information - Departing

London Heathrow Airport is the primary airport serving London and also the busiest in Europe set across four passenger terminals. You can reach the airport from central London in just 15 minutes on the Heathrow Express train, although there are many other ways to make the journey including on the London Underground (Piccadilly Line) or by bus/coach. You’ll find an excellent range of amenities and facilities at the airport including a huge range of retail, designer and duty-free stores alongside plenty of restaurants and cafés. Free Wi-Fi connectivity is also available, or you may want to stay in one of the airport lounges for a luxurious airport experience.

London Gatwick Airport is the second busiest airport serving London and is situated less than 50 km from the city center. You can catch the Gatwick Express to reach the airport in just 30 minutes from central London or make the trip by bus instead. The airport is set across two passenger terminals which both offer everything you would need including plenty of restaurants and cafés as well as extensive retail and duty-free shopping. The airport also offers free Wi-Fi access for travelers.

London Stansted Airport is set within a single passenger terminal and ranks as the third busiest airport in London. You can get to the airport from central London on the Stansted Express train network or travel by bus/coach instead. The airport is home to a broad range of facilities and services for travelers to enjoy. There are many different retail and travel stores available alongside duty-free shopping, while travelers can choose from a wide selection of dining and drinking spots. Free Wi-Fi access is also available for up to four hours at a time.

London City Airport is the closest airport to central London at just 7 km away and is set within a single terminal. The airport has its own London Underground station and is also linked to the city by bus if you don’t want to take a taxi. The airport is relatively small but offers all of the essentials you would need including a few restaurants, bars and cafés as well as a selection of travel and convenience shops.

London Luton Airport is comprised of a single passenger terminal and is located approximately 45 km from central London. You can reach the airport by train from London which will take you to Luton Parkway Station - from here there is a short shuttle bus trip to the airport. The airport is home to plenty of facilities and amenities for travelers to enjoy. Many leading cafés and eateries offer food and refreshments and duty-free shopping is also available.

What to Expect in Rome

There are a wide variety of hotels in Rome so you're sure to find something that suits your needs. As a UK or UAE national traveling to Italy, you won’t need a visa in order to enter the country as it is a part of EU's Schengen Area. The weather in Rome is hot over the summer with average highs of around 30 degrees and the winters are a lot milder compared to London. The city itself is served by an extensive public transport network which consists of buses, trains, trams and a metro system. However, if you're planning to explore further afield, you could consider renting a car and reading about the top places to visit in Italy. Remember that Italy has adopted the euro as its currency so bring the right money with you.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.