Flights to Rome

Rome
With low prices on flights to Rome (FCO) this is the ideal time to pay a visit to the Italian capital. Rome has plenty to see and do for the whole family, and truly deserves its place as a top tourist destination. With its ancient past, Rome manages to combine fascinating history with a cosmopolitan outlook. Whatever your interests, you are sure to find an attraction for you in the Eternal City. For history enthusiasts, the Roman Forum and Colosseum offer guided tours. The Vatican is home to the world famous St Peter`s Basilica, as well as the Sistine Chapel, with its renowned painted ceiling. Throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain to ensure your return to this beautiful city, or enjoy a coffee and gelato at one of the pavement cafes in the Piazza Navona, where you can enjoy watching the people pass by. Visit the National Museum of Castel Sant`Angelo, with its interesting displays, or admire the spectacular architecture of The Pantheon and its domed ceiling. For an unusual and somewhat gruesome day out, why not visit one of the many catacombs of the city? These are the final resting places of martyrs and bishops. Take a guided tour and find out about their ancient frescoes. Sample some delicious Italian cuisine in one of the many restaurants in this fascinating city, which offer everything from traditional pizza and pasta to exotic foreign cuisine. There is so much in Rome for tourists to see and do, so come and enjoy the Dolce Vita by taking advantage of our low cost fares.
Worth knowing

Worth knowing

Italy
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: Italian
  • Capital: Rome
  • Austrian flight destination: Bari, Bologna, Brindisi, Cagliari, Catania, Florence, Lamezia Terme, Milan, Naples, Olbia, Rome, Venice
Airport
  • Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino (FCO): The airport is located 32 km (20 miles) southwest of Rome, in the Lazio region of central Italy.
  • Address: Via dell’ Aeroporto di Fiumicino, 320, 00054 Fiumicino Rome, Italy
  • Telephone: +39-06 65 951
  • Airport Rome You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


Where to eat in Rome

Where to eat in Rome
Fabrica
The early 20s of the past century, the site is a confectionary in Rome. Alessandro creates cakes, pies and pastry and provides treats for the whole neighbourhood. 90 years later the store still exists. The great grandfather does not, that's why his offspring is now baking in his stead: Annalisa and her two borthers. The antique tables for their venue are taken from family belongings, the former Industria Dolciaria with benches covered with linen has made it into the present. Alongside of the treats you sip coffee or one of Annalisa's 120 tea flavours. These haven been brought from China, in addition to a lot of insider knowledge. Art is also near and dear to the siblings. Artworks by various Italian artists are exhibited on their premises on a regular basis. In their connected bar they serve wine and are pleased with their successful family business.
Club L'Isola
Glass Hostaria

What to see in Rome

What to see in Rome
Dell `Orologio
Once the Globe theatre was the centre of the action, today the Teatro Dell'Orologio is rocking the boat: This small theatre has left the mainstream and is as off-Broadway as you can be. Far beyond classical tragedy, the theatre is experimenting to such an extent that critics are left speechless. You might recognize the plays, but you will never have seen them like this: Ionesco, Genet, Becket and Maeterlinck are all rediscovered in strange ways. Shakespeare would be delighted and Brecht overjoyed: The Teatro dell'Orologia lacks the technical sophistication of the great stages, but its dedication to the art that makes this theatre so special. Valentino Orfeo is the artistic director, but other directors also play their parts. To be there or not to be? Poor Yorick would have had no doubt!
Moa Casa
Maxxi Museum

Where to shop in Rome

Where to shop in Rome
L'Olfattorio Bar
Attention: There is nothing to drink at the bar - in the L'Olfattorio Bar you are served neither whiskey nor beer, but scents. This is how it works: Go into the bar and order Eau de Toilette. Then pick the scent that you like most.The perfumes on offer are from small manufacturers, and you can test them for free. When you like a scent, you receive the address in Rome where you can buy that perfume. The innovative business concept works, because it allows small producers to introduce themselves and to compete against the big ones.Aside from perfumes you can also purchase scented candles and all sorts of other olfactory delights. Just don't stay for too long, you might get dizzy from all those scents.
Fahrenheit 451
Ferragamo

Where to stay in Rome

Where to stay in Rome
Villa Laetitia
Karl is the name of one of the suites. The pictures and sketches on the wall come from their godfather, Karl Lagerfeld. In another room, the atelier suite, sketches and drafts by Chanel and Dior adorn the walls. We are in the haute couture of the Roman boutique hotel: fashion is the topic in the Villa Laetitia. The reason for it is quite obvious: the mansion is one of the private residences of the Fendi clan. It is rented to fashion-conscious and stylish visitors of Rome. The apartment complex run by the Italian fashion dynasty can be found in Rome, on the bank of the Tiber on the Piazza del Popolo, within a patrician house. The well-built stone men at the entrance remind of ancient times, and vintage objects and design pieces fit just perfectly. So does the filigree circular staircase. Each suite is designed individually, but chequered patterns and geometrical forms obviously range among the owners` favourite motifs. There is no hotel restaurant but If you like to you can order a candlelight dinner. Or you cook on your own in the kitchen. Afterwards you can enjoy a divine tranquility in the enchanted garden.
Ripa Hotel
Hotel Fortyseven