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Flights from Liverpool to Rome

If you have never experienced Rome for yourself, now is the time to do just that. Flying direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport with Ryanair, you can experience the amazing sights and sounds that Rome has to offer, not to mention filling your boots with all the ice-cream and pizza you can manage! Book your cheap flights to Rome with us today to get your next Italian city break off to a flying start.

Why you should go to Rome

From impressive Roman ruins to historical architecture, Rome has an artistic flair which is bound to leave a lasting impression. Whether you’re eager to follow in the tracks of past emperors, brush up on your art knowledge, pay a visit to the Pope in Vatican City, or you’re simply on a quest to find the most delicious slice of pizza, there’s something to suit every type of traveller.

A trip to Rome is never complete without a visit to the jaw-dropping Colosseum, and even if you’re not a sightseeing person, this ancient amphitheatre is a must for your travel bucket list. At around 1,946 years old, it’s considered to be one of the most remarkable buildings in the world - giving you the chance to channel your inner Russell Crowe in Gladiator! Other iconic landmarks you should find time for include the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and Piazza Navona.

For art and culture lovers, there’s plenty to soak up during your trip. With works from Italian painters and sculptors Michelangelo, Caravaggio and Raphael throughout the city, you’ll be amongst the creations of some of the finest talent in the world. Foodies are also spoilt for choice - make sure you sample the city’s finest gelato at Via Vodice or go to Da Artenio for a slice of Rome’s finest pizza.

When you should go to Rome

Luckily, Rome is a beautiful city break destination all year round and it’s more likely than not that you will get good weather on your trip. Easter time tends to be a busy period for pilgrims, whilst August is a time when locals head off on their summer holidays. We’d suggest you visit in May or October to make the most of this fantastic destination.

Where to stay in Rome

If you’re after an area that’s within walking distance of all the key sights, book to stay around the Pantheon, Campo Fiori or Piazza Navona. Other locations which are not as centrally located but still just as charming include Trastevere, Monti and the Barberini area. As public transport is reasonably priced and stress-free, no matter the district you decide to stay in, getting to where you want to go is easy and straightforward. Plan your next stay in Rome using

What to see and do in Rome

It’s hard to plan a travel itinerary with so much choice, so let us help you out with some of our top picks and best-kept secrets:

  • Vatican Gardens and Museums
    If you’re looking for something slightly more pristine compared to the old, cobbled streets of Rome, book in advance and visit the enchanting Vatican Gardens. The symmetrical hedges and pretty floral displays will give you the chance to see a different side of the city. While visiting Vatican city, you have to check out the museums too. They are home to some of the world’s most priceless paintings, including works by Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael.

  • Colosseum
    One of the most famous buildings ever constructed, the magnificent Colosseum has stood in the heart of Rome for almost two millennia. The stage of epic gladiatorial battles during Roman times, this is one you simply must see while in the city. Don't forget your camera for those iconic snaps!

  • Trevi Fountain
    Located in the Trevi district of the city, this Baroque masterpiece is perhaps Rome's best known fountain. It stands at an impressive 26 metres high and 49 metres wide, and its water comes from an ancient aqueduct called Acqua Vergine.

How long does it take to fly to Rome?

Flights from Liverpool to Rome take 2 hours and 45 minutes. The time zone for Rome is GMT +1.

Ryanair offers frequent flights to Rome from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Whatever the nature of your trip, our flights are quick and convenient, flying directly into Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO). With flights leaving every day, planning your city break has never been easier. Book your Liverpool to Rome flights today and tick this destination off your bucket list.

Once you’ve booked your flights to Rome, why not check out what Liverpool John Lennon Airport has to offer? Our terminal features a wide range of shops and restaurants. Keen to save time? Book a Fast Track security pass to skip the queues. You can even secure yourself a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge.

If you are arriving into our airport from Rome, you might want to browse our Transport section for information about onward journeys or check out our Car Rental booking facilities.

What currency do they use in Rome?

The currency used in Rome is the Euro (EUR).

Time Zone Currency Flight Time Carriers Airport Code
GMT + 1 Euro (€, EUR) 2hr 45 Ryanair FCO