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Departure Mon, 10 Dec Return Wed, 12 Dec
FCO Rome
LCY London
return from £173
Departure Mon, 19 Nov Return Mon, 26 Nov
FCO Rome
STN London
return from £303
Departure Mon, 10 Dec Return Wed, 12 Dec
FCO Rome
LGW London
return from £66
Departure Fri, 23 Nov Return Tue, 27 Nov
CIA Rome
STN London
return from £46
Route information
With an unmistakable energy and dynamic vibe, London enthrals visitors of all ages.
Currency exchange rates and cost of life
Train
Local, one-way ticket
83%

Trains are 83% more expensive in London than in Rome.

Rome
£1.31
London
£2.4
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
14%

The average meal is 14% more expensive in London than in Rome.

Rome
£13.11
London
£15
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
14%

Taxis are 14% more expensive in London than in Rome.

Rome
£3.5
London
£4
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
155%

Coffee is 155% more expensive in London than in Rome.

Rome
£1.07
London
£2.73
( Rome airports
  • ? Fiumicino (FCO)
    How far from city centre: 14 miles
  • ? Ciampino (CIA)
    How far from city centre: 9 miles
) London airports
  • ? Heathrow (LHR)
    How far from city centre: 14 miles
  • ? Gatwick (LGW)
    How far from city centre: 25 miles
  • ? Stansted (STN)
    How far from city centre: 30 miles
  • ? Luton International (LTN)
    How far from city centre: 27 miles
  • ? London City (LCY)
    How far from city centre: 7 miles
  • ? Southend (SEN)
    How far from city centre: 35 miles
L Distance: 891 miles

Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from Rome

Whether you choose to marvel at world-famous monuments, taste fine cuisine or revel in luxury goods, Rome will leave its mark. There are two busy airports in Rome: Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (or Rome Fiumicino Airport) and Ciampino Airport. Most major airlines operate from Rome Fiumicino, while budget airlines tend to operate from Ciampino.

Flights from Rome to Heathrow usually leave from Fiumicino Airport, Italy's premier airport and sixth busiest in Europe. Fiumicino Airport opened in 1961 to replace the original smaller Ciampino Airport, has remained in service ever since and recently became a hub for no-frills airlines. Ciampino dates back to 1916, making it one of Italy's oldest airports still in operation.

Travel to Rome airport

Rome to UK flights may leave from Fiumicino or Ciampino airports. Fiumicino Airport is 16 miles southwest of Rome. The Leonardo Express train runs from the city centre to the airport in about 30 minutes. The FM1 train line also connects with the airport via Roma Tiburtina, Fara Sabina, Poggio Mirteto and Orte. A Terravision bus service runs between Rome Central Station and the airport.

Ciampino is seven miles from the city centre. COTRAL, ATRAL, SIT and Terravision buses connect passengers from the city centre to the airport. A train service also runs from Rome's central train station to Ciampino station (where a shuttle bus then takes passengers to the terminal in about five minutes).

Arriving in London

Fusing past and future, London dazzles with an evocative history, rich culture, epic shopping and diverse restaurant scene. One minute you could be standing outside Buckingham Palace watching the changing of the guard or strolling through the many royal parks, the next browsing hip stalls at Spitalfields Market or sipping a cocktail at a rooftop bar. Every night of the week you can see a different side to London's entertainment scene, from world-class theatre and dance to comedy clubs and jazz bars. Amid the endless array of shopping streets, you'll find eclectic markets, vintage boutiques, vast department stores and designer flagship stores; while culture seekers can bask in London's plethora of museums and art galleries.

Travelling to the city centre

Flights from Rome to London may arrive into one of London's five international airports: London Heathrow (west), Gatwick (south), Stansted (northeast), Luton (northwest) and London City (centre). Heathrow is the largest airport and is served by two trains, the Heathrow Express, which runs to Paddington Station (15-20 minutes) or the Piccadilly underground line to the city centre (about 40 minutes). Gatwick Airport is connected to London Victoria via the Gatwick Express and Thameslink (30-40 minutes). Stansted runs a direct train to London Liverpool Street (about 40 minutes) and Luton a shuttle bus and train from Luton Airport Parkway station to St Pancras. London City Airport is already in the city centre, connected by the DLR.

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