Flights to Rome: Latest sales and airport information

Flight deals to Rome that will have you eating pizza and pasta in no time

Rome is where years of history meet scrumptious dishes. Gelato shops line the streets and architectural wonders hold more than a lifetime’s worth of stories. Yes, Rome IS the perfect Italian city to explore time and time again.

To get you started on your next holiday we’ve got the best flight deals and information to get you to the Italian capital so you can be strolling the streets with gelato in hand on-budget.

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International flights from $595 return with Thai Airways

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Valid for travel until 30 November 2018. Sample fare is Perth-Chiang Mai. Destinations include Bangkok, London, Rome, Oslo, Mumbai, Colombo, Kathmandu and more.

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Europe flights from $1,131 return

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Valid for travel from 9 May 2018 - 31 March 2019. Destinations include London, Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Rome and more. Sample fare is Perth-London.

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Europe flights from $1,319 return

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Valid for travel from 4 September - 30 November 2018 and 14 January - 31 March 2019. Minimum of 2 passenger. Destinations include Dublin, Barcelona, Paris, Athens, Rome and more. Sample fare is Melbourne-Dublin. T&Cs apply.

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Europe flights from $1,908 return

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Valid for travel from 6-31 December 2018. Destinations include Amsterdam, Paris, Dublin, London and more. Sample fare is Perth-Rome.

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$10 for $125 toward Europe flights

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Valid for travel on select dates and any destination in Europe with Qantas, Etihad, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Virgin, Qatar and Delta. T&Cs apply.

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Europe flights from $1,190 return Valid for travel on select dates. Destinations include London, Rome, Paris, Barcelona, Madrid and more. Sample fare is Sydney-Zurich.

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What you need to know about flights to Rome

Who flies to Rome?

There are no airlines that fly directly from Australia to Rome. Emirates, British Airways, American Airlines, Etihad Airways, China Eastern, Air Canada, Qantas, Delta, Asiana Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific, China Southern, Air india, Qatar Airways, Korean Air, Hainan Airlines, Alitalia, Air China and Virgin Australia all provide flights from Australia, with stopovers, to Rome.

What are the closest airports to Rome?

Leonardo da Vinci Airport (Rome Fiumicino Airport) is the main airport in Rome serving international flights.

What airport transfer options are available?

From the Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport airport transfers, car hire and taxis are available. Car rental companies at Leonardo da Vinci Airport are: Auto Europa, Avis, Budget, Europcar, , Goldcar, Locauto Rent, Maggiore, Win Rent, RENT4U, Noleggiare and Sixt. The Leonardo Express train runs every 30 minutes and the Terravision shuttle bus runs to the Termini central stop. Uber is available and costs EUR60–75.

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Stephanie Yip

Stephanie is the travel editor at On top of being an avid traveller, she's an all-round bargain hunter. If there's a deal on hotels or a sale on flights, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too. Though probably not before she buys her own ticket.

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