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Flights from Rome to Valencia

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Flight information Rome to Valencia

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

AED 138

Non-stop airlines

5

Flights per week

22

Average flight time, total distance 1117 kilometers

2h 0min

Most popular airline last month

Ryanair

Valencia

1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Valencia: Valencia.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Rome to Valencia is AED 138. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
2h 0min is the average flight time from Rome to Valencia.
There are 5 airlines who fly non-stop from Rome to Valencia.
There are 22 flights per week flying from Rome to Valencia, as of December.

Valencia Airport, known also as Manises Airport, is the main airport in Valencia located only 8 km outside of the city. If you are booking flights from Rome to Valencia you can make the journey with Ryanair (Baggage allowance information) to Rome Ciampino Airport or with Vueling Airlines to Rome Fiumicino Airport.

* This information is correct as of August 2017

Airport Information - Arriving

Valencia Airport is a single passenger airport offering a decent range of amenities and services to satisfy the needs of travelers. Once your flight has landed at the airport that are plenty of ways to reach the city center. Taxis are affordable due to the short distance between the airport and the city, although you can also reach the city by bus or Metro if you would prefer. You could also consider renting a car in Valencia. The airport itself offers a small selection of shops and a couple of cafés and eateries, while you can also benefit from free Wi-Fi during your time at the airport.

Airport Information - Departing

Rome Fiumicino Airport is the main airport in Rome also operating under the name of Leonardo da Vinci International Airport. The airport itself is made up of four passenger terminals and is linked to Rome by train and bus networks so you don’t have to take a taxi to reach the airport. The airport offers a diverse selection of luxury and designer brands as well as duty-free shopping, while you will also find a wide range of places to eat and drink during your time at the airport. You can also benefit from free Wi-Fi during your stay so you can stay connected to family and friends.

Rome Ciampino Airport is Rome’s secondary airport situated just 8 km outside of the city center, so a taxi trip is affordable if you would rather not take public transport. The airport itself is home to a single passenger terminal which provides all of the essential amenities and services you would need whether it’s duty-free shopping or somewhere to eat and drink.

What to Expect in Valencia

Valencia enjoys excellent weather over the summer with highs of around 30 degrees, while it doesn’t get too cold over the winter either. As a part of the Schengen Area, EU and UAE nationals do not need to have a visa in order to travel to Spain, but you will still need to show a valid passport at the airport. The city of Valencia is served by a metro and bus network which can help you to get around, although you will also find plenty of leading car-rental agencies at Valencia airport.

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