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Fly from Manchester to Rome
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Flight duration2 hrs 45 mins
Airports servicing Manchester
- Manchester International (MAN)
Airports close to Rome
- Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino (FCO)
- Ciampino (CIA)
Avg temp for July in Rome31.8 °C
Rainfall on Average for July in Rome6.6 mm
Rome – the capital of Italy – sits pretty in the western region of Lazio. Along with Venice and Florence, it’s one of the major art cities, serving up museums and art galleries packed with masterpieces by the likes of Michelangelo, Caravaggio and Raphael.
It was also once the capital of the Roman Empire, which left behind a colossal amphitheatre and well-preserved temples. The city is still the seat of the Roman Catholic church. Swing by the Vatican, and you might spy the Pope waving from his balcony.
Rome is less than 3 hours away from Manchester, thanks to a choice of daily direct flights.
How long is the flight from Manchester to Rome?
Flying direct? Around 2 hours 50 minutes. A stopover can add anything from 1 to 20 hours to the journey time.
Which airlines operate flights from Manchester to Rome?
Vueling Airlines, Ryanair and Jet2.com all offer direct flights. British Airways, KLM, Air France and Brussels Airlines put on longer flights via cities like London Heathrow, Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam.
How frequent are flights between Manchester and Rome?
Direct flights from Manchester to Rome jet off around 3 times a day. If you want more choice, then go for a flight with a stopover – there are around 100 different options.
Which airports serve Manchester and Rome?
All flights take off from Manchester Airport.
Some routes land at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (AKA Rome Fiumicino), while other flights finish up at Ciampino-G. B. Pastine International Airport (AKA Ciampino Airport).
Which direct flight route between Manchester and Rome is cheapest?
Some of the cheapest Manchester to Rome flights leave in the early morning and head for Rome Fiumicino Airport. Keep your eye out for routes from budget carriers like Vueling Airlines.
Rome is as historical as it gets. First, there’s its Roman roots. The mammoth Colosseum is probably one of the most recognisable must-sees, plus the city serves up the Pantheon temple and the excavated Roman Forum.
The Renaissance also helped shape Rome. St Peter’s Basilica is the biggest Christian basilica on the planet. And the Vatican Museums are home to a treasure trove of Renaissance artworks. The painted ceilings of the Sistine Chapel are there, too.
Wondering when to fly from Manchester to Rome? This part of Italy serves up a hot Mediterranean climate, so it’s warmer and sunnier than Manchester all year round.
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