All flights from North America to Rome/Fiumicino
Welcome to Rome
Rolling hills, majestic mountains, charming villages and lively cities: it's no wonder what attracts millions of visitors to Italy each year. The combination of history, modernity, culture and naturally exquisite cuisine offers guests a truly all-in-one vacation destination. Visit the heart of the country with a flight to Rome. Condor flights to Rome are available from a variety of major US airports such as Los Angeles and San Francisco.
With a millennia worth of history, culture and art packed into the city, Rome has something fascinating to see around every corner. For just this reason it is commonly known as "the Eternal City". A flight to Rome makes for a perfect start to a vacation in Italy. There's more than enough to keep you busy here, but it's also a perfect starting point for further adventures. Book a cheap flight to Rome and let Italy welcome you.
A flight to Rome is practical for those looking to explore Italy or Europe. It's central location and ample train connections make it a convenient home base. Depending on your point of departure, a flight to Rome can vary dramatically in flight time. From the east coast, the trip takes approximately 8.5 hours, while those leaving from cities like San Francisco will need around 12 hours in the air.
Condor aims to make your flying experience as comfortable as possible. Although a flight to Rome may be long, we're sure you'll be glad you made the journey once you're there. We don't just offer flights to Rome, but to a multitude of other European cities. If you're a fan of urban vacations, Condor has cheap flights to Rome, Amsterdam, and Barcelona, just to name a few.
Top attractions in Rome
Start with the ancient history of Rome and make a trip to the Colosseum. To further your understanding of ancient Rome, pay a visit to one of many Forums, such as the Forum Romanum or Trajan's Forum. You'll most assuredly see a number of other ancient Roman sites throughout your strolls in the city.
A trip to the Vatican is a must on a trip to Rome. As one of the most iconic sites in Rome, lines can be long in the summer, so make sure to leave plenty of time. Also, the sheer wealth of things to see means you'll want to be able to explore without feeling rushed.
Rome has a multitude of museums, so you'll have to choose which ones suit your particular tastes and interests. Although Rome has a long and storied history, it's also a center for contemporary art and design. The Maxxi museum showcases both local and international art from the 21st century and has earned quite a passionate following.
Rome is best explored on foot. With impressive architecture around every corner, take the time to buy a good map or city guide so you can learn more about the impressive buildings you'll see. Also make sure to stop by the famous Trevi Fountain and toss in a few coins for good luck.
Food and wine
Although Italy is known world-wide for its exceptional food and wine, Rome has a number of specialties unique to the city. After a long day of sight-seeing, treat yourself to a home cooked meal of Spaghetti alla Carbonara or a refreshing and delicious Insalata Caprese.