Flights from Adelaide to Rome

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Compare Cheap Adelaide to Rome Flights

Travel back into time and book return flights from Adelaide to Rome. Wander down the ancient cobbled streets and discover the history of the Roman empire. Explore famous ruins such as the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, take a selfie at the Trevi Fountain and make your way to the Vatican - the smallest country in the world. The journey to Rome is an excellent trip for Aussie foodies who want to eat their way through The Eternal City, solo travellers or couples looking for a romantic European getaway.

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The best time to visit Rome

The best time to visit Rome is during the city's shoulder season. From October to April, you'll have an easier time finding cheap flights from Adelaide to Rome. Hotels also drop their rates, and you'll have the top attractions all to yourself. If you don't want to sacrifice the good weather, plan your trip to Rome in May. It's the calm before the busy summer season, and you'll still find a few good deals here and there. June to August is when travellers from all over Europe flock to Rome. If you're planning a trip over these months, book your hotel of choice at least six months in advance.

Departing From Adelaide

Adelaide Airport (ADL) is the fifth busiest airport in Australia. It operates regular connecting flights from ADL to Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO) with major airlines like Emirates, Qatar, and Etihad. Your journey to Rome will include a layover in cities such as Dubai, Abu Dhabi or Doha.

Getting to Adelaide Airport

The cheapest way to get from Adelaide's city centre to the airport is with the local bus. JetBus runs a regular service with J1 or J2, and the trip will cost $ 5.30 AUD per person. Other options include the Skyline Airport Shuttle and door-to-door minibus transfers. Both services operate seven days a week, but you will need to book a transfer at least 48 hours in advance. If you're travelling in a group, it can work out cheaper to take a metered taxi. Trips from North Adelaide to the airport cost around $ 25 AUD and take between 10 to 20 minutes depending on the traffic.

Parking at Adelaide Airport

All parking options available at Adelaide Airport are close to the terminal building. Choose the option that suits you best and save money by pre-booking your spot online.

Where to Park at Adelaide Airport

  • Terminal Car Park: Located only a few minutes’ from the check-in counters, it's the perfect option for travellers that want convenience at the airport. The lot features charging stations for electric vehicles and dedicated spots for people with disabilities. Drive up rates start at $40 AUD for 24 hours.
  • Long Term Park: This lot offers excellent value for money for longer stays and is only a short walk to the terminal building. Rates start at $31 AUD for one day or $104 AUD for the week.
     

Arriving in Rome

Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is the main international airport for Rome.

How to Get from Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport to Your Rome Hotel or Accommodation

Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport is located 30 kilometres from Rome's historical city centre. The Leonardo Express is a train that departs every 15 to 30 minutes from the airport to the city centre. A one-way ticket costs €14 ($21 AUD) per person and the train runs from 6:23am to 11:23pm every day. Various bus companies run between the airport and Rome's CBD. Follow the signs from the arrival terminal and buy your ticket from one of the vendors. The cost will vary according to each bus, but travel time is usually 45 minutes due to the heavy traffic. If you prefer taking a private taxi, you'll find the white cabs waiting outside the airport. The price is fixed at €48 ($75 AUD) for up to four people. You'll also have to pay an extra €1 for every piece of luggage. Car rental is also available. Follow the signs to the car hire area once you arrive, choose your preferred vehicle or book online to avoid disappointment.

Things to do in Rome

Visit The Colosseum

The Colosseum is the largest Roman antiquity structure. Completed in the year 80 AD, it has stood for centuries as a host to theatrical performances, festivals, and games.

Go to the Vatican City

The Vatican is the smallest country in the world, overseen by the Pope who heads up the Roman Catholic Church. Inside its walls, you'll find St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, the Vatican Library and many other ancient treasures and collections.

Take a Photo of the Trevi Fountain

The Trevi Fountain is one of the most popular attractions in Rome. It's the city's largest fountain, and it's a ritual to throw a coin into its waters to ensure your return to Rome. Make sure to toss your coin with your right hand over your left shoulder.

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