Below are all flights to Rome (ROM), in Italy. We compare cheap one-way and round trip flights to all Italian destinations including Rome airport from airlines including China Southern Airlines (CZ), Air China (CA), Swiss International (LX), Finnair (AY). Discount return air fares to Rome start at $1585.33 from Air China (CA) to $6802.03 from Finnair (AY). Airfares may include deals for non-stop or multi-legged economy, business and first class tickets to Rome,Italy (IT).
|Flying With||Departing||Returning||Class||Prices From (AUD)|
|Air China||27 July 2013||17 August 2013||Economy||$1,585.33|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||14 June 2013||18 June 2013||Economy||$1,630.35|
|Qantas Airways||25 May 2013||22 June 2013||Economy||$1,646.91|
|Air China||03 June 2013||21 June 2013||Economy||$1,649.91|
|Swiss International||06 July 2013||31 August 2013||Economy||$1,674.33|
|Cathay Pacific||31 May 2013||21 June 2013||Economy||$1,675.92|
|Finnair||05 October 2013||26 October 2013||Economy||$1,688.63|
|Austrian Airlines||01 August 2013||31 August 2013||Economy||$1,715.60|
|Air France||21 September 2013||05 October 2013||Economy||$1,731.68|
|China Eastern Airlines||06 July 2013||09 August 2013||Economy||$1,772.56|
|China Eastern Airlines||06 September 2013||04 October 2013||Economy||$1,773.04|
|Austrian Airlines||05 August 2013||06 September 2013||Economy||$1,791.54|
|Air China||27 May 2013||23 June 2013||Economy||$1,804.78|
|British Airways||06 February 2014||20 February 2014||Economy||$1,809.18|
|Qantas Airways||20 November 2013||09 December 2013||Economy||$1,818.56|
|British Airways||23 September 2013||06 November 2013||Economy||$1,820.80|
|China Southern Airlines||30 August 2013||24 September 2013||Economy||$1,846.23|
|Qantas Airways||03 September 2013||30 September 2013||Economy||$1,852.53|
|Srilankan Airlines||21 June 2013||07 December 2013||Economy||$1,862.27|
|Lufthansa||31 August 2013||28 September 2013||Economy||$1,865.43|
RomeVacationers looking for a beautiful place to explore the history of civilization will d efinitely want to catch a flight out to Rome. Once the center of a huge empire, Rome remains the capital of Italy and a major tourist attraction for Australians. Attracting around 10 million tourists each year, Rome is the the third most visited city in the world!
There are a number of archaelogical gems to visit in Rome. The Colosseum, one of the great works of Roman engineering, is a massive ampitheatre built in 72 AD. In the days of the Roman Empire, the Colosseum was frequently used for gladiator fights. The Sistine Chapel is home to some of Michaelangelo's greatest works of art, including the Creation of Adam and the Last Judgement. St. Peter's Basilica is the burial site of the great St. Peter and is considered one of the most holy places of worship on Earth. Roman Forum is home to a number of archetectural wonders, including Temple of Saturn, the Arch of Constantine, the Arch of Titus and many more. The concentration of structures make the Roman Forum a great place to visit if you have limited time to send in Rome.
Rome is a city full of wonders. No matter which attraction you decide to visit, you will be sure to fall in love with this ancient city.