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Fly from London to Rome
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Average flight time2 hrs 25 mins
Airports servicing London
- Heathrow (LHR)
- Gatwick (LGW)
- Stansted (STN)
- Luton (LTN)
- City (LCY)
- St Pancras (QQS)
Airports close to Rome
- Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino (FCO)
- Ciampino (CIA)
Avg temp for July in Rome31.8 °C
Average rainfall for July in Rome6.6 mm
Cheap flights from London to Rome are low-cost gateways to the capital city of Italy. Over 13 million people travel to Rome every year, tempted in by its Roman ruins, elegant squares and ancient streets. It’s an easy trip, too – flights from London last around 2.5 hours and jet off from most city airports.
How long is the flight from London to Rome?
Fancy flying direct? Then your flights from London to Rome will take roughly 2.5 hours. If you opt for a stop, the flights could take five hours or more.
Which airlines operate flights from London to Rome?
Major airlines like British Airways, Ryanair and easyJet offer cheap flights from London to Rome. You could also fly with an Italian carrier such as Alitalia.
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How frequent are flights between London and Rome?
You’re in luck – airlines lay on flights from London to Rome several times a day.
Which airports serve London and Rome?
London to Rome flights take off from every London airport, including Heathrow, London City Airport, Luton, Gatwick and Stansted.
There are two international airports in Rome – Fiumicino and Ciampino. Most flights land in Fiumicino, but some of the cheapest flights to Rome are for Ciampino.
Which direct flight route between London and Rome is cheapest?
Stansted is the base for some of the cheapest direct flights to Rome.
Don’t mind who you fly with? Sometimes travelling with two different airlines gives you the cheapest flights between London and Rome. For instance, you could fly with Ryanair from London Stansted to Rome Ciampino and book a return flight with Norwegian from Rome Fiumicino to London Gatwick.
Once you’ve booked your flights from London to Rome, the capital of Italy is your oyster. Most people kick off their holiday by following in the footsteps of the Romans to the colossal Colosseum, Pantheon and excavated Roman Forum. Then there’s the Baroque and Renaissance stuff to consider – from the grand Spanish Steps to the treasure troves of the Vatican Museums.
As for the weather, Rome is often between 5C and 10C warmer than London. In the summer, though, the temperature in Rome can drift much higher, with the Mercury rocketing up to 30C plus in July and August.
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