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Flights to Rome
How to find flights to RomeRome is one of the preferred holiday destinations for travelers from all over the world, let alone Europe. That means it's easy to get flights to Rome but it might bet quite expensive to fly here during the high season although plenty of low-cost carriers also offers flights to Italy's capital.
The most important airport in Rome is Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (IATA: FCO), also known as Fiumicino International Airport. The airport is the largest in Italy and receives flights to Rome from pretty much every corner of the world. The airport is really well connected to the city center. You can take Leonardo Express trains which leave the airport every 30 min and take 30 min to get to Rome Termini (tickets cost €11 one way). The Metropolitan train also runs from the airport to the city but you need to get the metro either at Tiburtina Station or at Ostiense Station to get to Termini (tickets cost €5.50 for the train and €1 for the metro). Buses connect the airport to the city via several lines (tickets cost depending on the distance; from €0.77 to €3.60 one way). Several shuttle services also offer door-to-door transport and you can always get a taxi.
If you are planning to arrive in Rome on a low-cost flight, you'll most likely land on Ciampino International Airport (IATA: CIA). Low-cost carriers such as Easyjet, Ryanair and Wizzair offer flights into this airport. The airport is closer to the city center but has no train connection. You can take a bus, a shuttle or a taxi to get to the city center, where plenty of budget hotels are available.