Cheap flights from Washington DC to Rome from 680 $

Flight offers Washington DC -Rome

Washington DC airport

Internacional Washington-Dulles

Place: Está situado a 42 kilómetros al oeste del centro de Washington View map

How to get to the airport: You can choose to take a taxi, rent a car or hire a transfer (car service with driver). If you prefer public transport, there are several bus options that connect the city and the airport: route 5A, route 981 and route 983, with several intermediate stops, as well as the Silver Line Express, which makes a direct connection in about 15 minutes.

Terminals: La terminal principal bandera de Dulles alberga la emisión de tickets, la recogida de equipajes.

Rome airport

Leonardo da Vinci International

Place: Fiumicino, 32 kilometres to the south-west of Rome city centre View map

How to get to the city: The airport is connected by road via the Grande Raccordo Anulare (GRA) bypass and the A91 motorway. There are two railway services that run to the airport: the Leonardo Expresso and the Orte Fara Sabina - Fiumicino (FM1) line. There are many express buses, such as Terravision, Cotral, Sit Bus, Tam and Atral Shiaffini, which connect the airport with the city centre. The taxi rank is in front of the terminal exits.

Terminals: Rome airport has 4 terminals: T1, T2, T3 and T5.

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How to get the cheapest Washington DC -Rome flight?

You can save on your Washington DC -Rome plane ticket and get the cheapest flight if you avoid peak season, book in advance and are flexible about dates and times for both your outbound and return flight.

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Useful information if you're flying to Rome

Hola Rome!

Book your cheap flight to Rome and discover the ancient imperial city, the city where the Roman forums, Colosseum and Pantheon sit side by side with the breathtakingly beautiful Baroque Piazza Navona and Campo dei Fiori, not to mention legendary fountains like the Fontana di Trevi. Visit the Vatican, the imposing Saint Peter's Basilica and the endless churches dotted around the city, some of them home to treasures like paintings by Caravaggio and Michelangelo's Moses sculpture.

Another essential route if you want to really understand the "eternal city" is the one that starts at Piazza di Spagna and ends at the Pincio viewpoint. And if it's nature you crave and walking for hours on end, don't miss the Via Appia Antica: built by the Romans two thousand years ago, it stretches out into the countryside on the outskirts of the city, surrounded by trees, villas and ruins.
And to recover from so much walking, nothing better than some typical Italian food. Don't miss the pasta, pizza and more traditional dishes, and of course the ice cream. Simply delicious!

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