Flights to Rome – Ancient Roman architecture
Flights to Rome deposit you in one of the world’s most ancient and historic cities where modern sits cheek by jowl with ancient monuments built by the Romans still standing firm. It’s amazing, really, that there’s anything old left. We presume that the constant traffic vibration and chronic pollution must be having an effect but the Romans obviously knew what they were doing. Their buildings will probably still be there in another three thousand years, when everything else around them has fallen down. Flights to Rome? No problem. Rome’s one of Europe’s top business and holiday destinations, with city breaks and long weekends particularly popular. Roma Ciampino airport is convenient, on the Via Appia Nuova just nine miles or so from the city centre.
Rome Flights – Seven hills, one airport, loads of flights
Flights to Rome come in all shapes and sizes. Fly with a multitude of airlines including household names and lesser know providers; Transavia Airlines, Sterling, Carpatair, Ryanair, thomsonfly, easyJet, Air Berlin, Hapag-Lloyd Express, Wizz Air and V Bird to name a few. Rome is the biggest city in Italy as well as the capital and flights to Rome deliver all you’d expect from a major European centre and more. Wander along to the Fontana di Trevi – The Trevi Fountain to you and I – which many feel is the most beautiful of Rome’s many fantastic fountains. Not exactly minimalist in design. More lie something out of a tart’s boudoir. But a cracking piece of eye candy all the same.
Flights to Rome – See Park of the Monsters
This has nothing to do with flights to Rome. We just like the idea of this place. There’s a park in Rome called the Park of the Monsters. We’ve seen photos and it is full of scary and completely grotesque sculptures. Stuff like a massive Hercules slaying a super strong Amazon, a vast ogre-like face whose mouth is big enough to walk through and all sorts of similarly entertaining and faintly disturbing madness. What a grin. Rome’s second airport, Fiumicino Airport, is a three terminal beast twenty miles out of the city centre heading south west. Just follow the signs for Rome from the airport exit; it’ll take you about 45 minutes depending on how insanely the locals are driving that day.
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