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Flights to Rome, Italy
The city of Rome is served by 2 international airports - Leonardo da Vinci Airport (also known as Fiumicino Airport) and Ciampino Airport. Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport is the larger of the 2 and the main international gateway into Rome, whilst Ciampino Airport only handles short-haul regional flights from Europe.
- Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport is Italy’s first airport and consists of 4 passenger terminals. It is located about 26 kilometres from the Eternal City. A taxi ride to the city would cost about €48 (SGD 72.81) and take about 45 minutes.
- Ciampino Airport is located only about 12 kilometres from central Rome, so a taxi ride from the airport to city would cost only about €30 (SGD 45.51) and take around half an hour.
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Best Time to Visit Rome
Rome’s most popular tourist season is summer, and in the bright sunny months of June to August, the streets of the city fill with swarms of camera-touting travellers (and other touts as well). Though the extended sunlight hours make sightseeing easier, the long queues and heat make the experience less pleasant for many. As such, the shoulder seasons of autumn and spring (in the months of March to May and September to November respectively) are recommended. Simply pack some warm clothing to take along and enjoy the cooler temperatures, shorter queues and lowered hotel room rates.
Things to do in Rome
Famed for the numerous ancient sites that are as much a part of the city as its modern counterparts, Rome is known affectionately as the ‘Eternal City’, having been in existence for over 3,000 years. Once the mighty Roman Empire, the city has since made strides to become the capital of modern Italy. Many of the ancient Empire’s architectural gems have been left intact and continue to be proudly displayed, though, so be sure to get a glimpse of the past while you still can. Must-see attractions include the massive Colosseum, home of historic gladiator fights, as well as the Trevi Foundation, one of the oldest Roman aqueducts left in existence.
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Airports near Rome
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