Rome is a hub airport for the following airlines:Ryanair Flights
Rome is one of two main gateways for travelers visiting Italy, especially from overseas. The city is on most must-see lists, and there’s a huge international airport nearby, so that all seems very convenient. The trouble is that for some reason it can be more difficult to find cheap flights to Rome (or anywhere in Italy, really) than it can be to other big cities in Western Europe.
If you’re having trouble finding cheap flights to Rome for your trip, you might consider flying into one of the other major hubs in Europe and then looking for a cheap fare on a budget airline to get to Rome. Depending on where you’re starting from, you can sometimes find steeply discounted airfare to cities like Paris, Amsterdam, London, or even Frankfurt – all of which have frequent service from many budget carriers. To make this kind of trip successful, you have to pay closer attention to schedules and logistics – but if it can save you big bucks it may well be worth it.
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There are two international airports in Rome, although one is far less commonly used by travelers from overseas. If you’re flying from within Europe, however, you have your pick between the two.
Rome’s not called “The Eternal City” for nothing – Italy’s capital city has been a center of culture, politics and business for millennia, and is a fascinating place to visit. Certainly the many buildings (and ruins) associated with the seat of the Roman Empire draw countless visitors every year. Even more interesting than the Roman buildings themselves, however, could be their juxtaposition right next to the buildings and streets and life of modern Rome. The images of young Italians on their mobile phones sitting amidst the ruins of the Roman Forum, where Caesar himself might have walked, are proof enough that history is literally all around us. Read more in our Rome Travel Guide.