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Departure Sun, 31 Mar Return Tue, 09 Apr
ATH Athens
FCO Rome
return from 93€
Departure Mon, 01 Apr Return Tue, 09 Apr
ATH Athens
CIA Rome
return from 42€
Departure Fri, 03 May Return Mon, 06 May
ATH Athens
FCO Rome
return from 159€
Departure Fri, 03 May Return Mon, 06 May
ATH Athens
CIA Rome
return from 84€
Route information
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Currency and cost comparison
Train
Local, one-way ticket
7%

Trains are 7% more expensive in Rome than in Athens.

Athens
1.4€
Rome
1.5€
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
75%

The average meal is 75% more expensive in Rome than in Athens.

Athens
10€
Rome
17.5€
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
16%

Taxis are 16% more expensive in Rome than in Athens.

Athens
3.44€
Rome
4€
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
58%

Coffee in Rome is 58% cheaper than in Athens.

Athens
3.04€
Rome
1.27€
( Athens airports
  • ? E. Venizelos (ATH)
    How far from city centre: 20 kms
) Rome airports
  • ? Fiumicino (FCO)
    How far from city centre: 23 kms
  • ? Ciampino (CIA)
    How far from city centre: 15 kms
L Distance: 1052 kms

To and from the airports

Flights from Athens

The capital city of Greece, Athens, is the administrative, financial and political centre of the country. Its main airport is Athens International Airport (AIA), one of the busiest airports in Europe. AIA features modern amenities for the comfort and convenience of the 18.1 million passengers that pass through it each year. There are 118 destinations served by 84 airlines. If travelling with kids, play areas are available to entertain young guests ages 1.5 to 7 years. Simply escort kids to the centre and let them have fun under the supervision of highly competent staff. If anyone falls sick, there is a National Centre for Emergency Care, pharmacy and Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) on site.

Getting to Athens airport

Athens Airport is not too far from the city centre. It is accessible by several transport options, with taxis being the most convenient of these and enabling you to arrange this at the accommodation where you are staying. Shuttle services to the airport may also be pre-booked. An alternative for passengers include the Metro (take the Metro line 3 Aghia Marina to Athens International Airport), suburban rail (board a train at the Central Railway Station). Four buses also leave the city for the airport on routes X95, X96, X97 and X93. For those who are driving, take the A6/E54 to Attiki Odos/A62 in Spata Loutsa.

Getting to Rome

Rome has a timeless charm that makes you want to visit it more than once. It boasts of great architecture, beautiful art and amazing food. However, it is more than the land of pizza and pasta. There is history in every corner, the streets are lively and you are not too far from the Vatican. During the day, you can admire astounding buildings, ruins, excavations and resplendent museums filled with masterpieces from artists, painters and sculptors. Forget about relaxing in the evening, for Rome has all sorts of action to offer from wine bars and outdoor cafes to pubs and clubs.

Getting to the city centre

Passengers on flights from Athens to Rome will land at one of two airports serving the city: Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport or Ciampino Airport. The former is located 32km from the centre. A taxi is a practical way to get to the city centre, in addition to the High Speed Trenitalia. Get on Leonardo Express to go to Rome Termini railway station or Regional FL1 Trains to Rome Tiburtina. A High Speed Trenitalia is also available if you are travelling to Venice, Padua, Bologna or Florence. If driving a rental car, get on A91 – Fiumicino to Rome. From Ciampino Airport to Rome, you can opt for taxis, hired vehicles or trains.

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