Cheap flights to Rome Italy

The lovely chaos of passion
Flights to Rome from
  • 680 USD per person
  • Popular airlines flying to Rome include Alitalia, Delta Air Lines and British Airways.
  • Cheapest flights to Rome are generally available in February whilst June tends to be most expensive
  • Flights to Rome land at the airports Ciampino and Fiumicino .

About Rome

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Meeting the Italians can be rather overwhelming. In Rome, reason and order are challenged all the way by passion and 'gioia di vivere' – the joy of living. Let down your guards and simply surrender for a while. Rome is overwhelmingly beautiful. This is true whether you visit the many famous piazzas or you gravitate towards the more obscure corners of town.

In ancient Rome it was common practise to put a phallic symbol above the door for good luck and fertility.

Rome is virtually one big jewellery chest of drastic contrasts: Antique and modern. Relaxed and passionate. Worldly and religious. Rome’s sheer beauty lies in the paradoxical mix of extremes that flow together to create an intriguing beauty. The Romans are known as passionate, generous and disorganized hedonists with an extremely flexible attitude to the concept of time. Bring a pocket-sized book so you are prepared to wait, relax and go with the flow.

The Ancient Romans would sometimes flood the Colosseum and have miniature ship naval battles inside as entertainment.

How’s the weather in Rome in November?

  • Temperature 54-73 °F
  • Dry days 26-
  • Average rainfall 38 mm
  • Snow days 0

Demographics

  • Population 2.7M
  • Local time :
  • Currency Euro

What does Rome cost?

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  • Meal
    Restaurant meals in Rome cost 22% more than in New York
  • Shopping
    Prices in Rome are typically 12% lower than in New York
  • Taxi
    Take a taxi from 1.4 USD per kilometre
  • Train
    A typical train ticket is 1.9 USD
  • Rent a car from 30 USD/day via momondo

Restaurants

  • Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant: 18.97 USD
  • Meal for 2, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course: 75.89 USD
  • Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught): 6.32 USD
  • Water (0.33 liter bottle): 1.18 USD

Markets

  • Rice (1kg): 2.77 USD
  • Chicken Breasts (Boneless, Skinless), (1kg): 9.83 USD
  • Apples (1kg): 2.25 USD
  • Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle): 1.87 USD

Transportation

  • One-way Ticket (Local Transport): 1.9 USD
  • Taxi Start (Normal Tariff): 4.43 USD
  • Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff): 1.39 USD
  • Gasoline (1 liter): 2.21 USD

Sports And Leisure

  • Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult: 74.15 USD
  • Tennis Court Rent (1 Hour on Weekend): 22.14 USD
  • Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat: 10.12 USD

Clothing And Shoes

  • 1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501 Or Similar): 106.81 USD
  • 1 Summer Dress in a Chain Store (Zara, H&M, ...): 38.85 USD
  • 1 Pair of Nike Shoes: 113.71 USD
  • 1 Pair of Men Leather Shoes: 126.49 USD

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About Rome

Think of Rome and you think of ancient history. But these days Italy’s capital is primed to conquer a whole new army of pleasure-seekers.

Let’s start with a health and safety warning: Walking through Rome is liable to give you whiplash. However sophisticated you are, you’ll still be straining your neck to see what lies around the next corner. Strolling around the Palatine, with its palaces and frescos, is like stumbling into a film set. Standing in the shade of the olive trees in the Aventine’s Parco Sevalto, looking out over the city, you’ll be waiting for a director to shout: ‘Cut!’

But Rome hasn’t always enjoyed la dolce vita. For a sobering reminder, visit the EUR district, designed by Mussolini to celebrate twenty years of fascism. Now the city’s business and financial district, its stark minimalism is just as striking as some of the city’s more ancient quarters.

While the tourists clog up the pretty cobbled streets of the Trastevere, locals head out to the Pignato district, to drink their morning cappuccinos, buy their vegetables and drink outside until the small hours. Here the ristoranti and enoteche reflect the international flavour of the neighbourhood, where families from Senegal, Colombia and Bangladesh live alongside southern Italian immigrants, and glossy media types jostle for space with chain-smoking old-timers.

Being in Rome is all about joining the party, not just watching from the edges.

Whether you’re staying on the exclusive Via Veneto or couch-surfing in the suburbs, you’ll be able to partake in the city’s most affordable luxury: the world-class gelato. Grab a cone, lean against the ancient sun-baked stone and wonder why it took you so long to realise that all roads lead to Rome.

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