Cheap Flights from Toronto to Rome in 2019
Flight information Toronto to Rome
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Average flight time, total distance 7130 kilometers
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Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino
When planning a trip from Toronto to Rome you’ll most likely start your trip at Pearson International Airport, 18 miles outside of Toronto. Airlines that offer a non-stop flight are Air Canada, Brussels Airlines, Air Transat, Lufthansa, Alitalia, Air France, Delta, and KLM. Flight time is approximately 8 hours and 35 minutes.
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Passengers should be at the airport at least three hours before the scheduled take-off.
Airports in Rome
Rome has two international airports. If you fly with one of the international carrier you will most likely land at Leonardo Da Vinci Airport, 25 miles outside of the city. If you fly with charter carrier, you might land at Ciampino airport, 15 miles outside of Rome.
At Leonardo Da Vinci Airport you won’t go hungry as there are several restaurants just waiting to serve you a three-course meal, a plate of pasta or a slice of pizza. Not so hungry? Coffee shops and bars serve delectable sandwiches and snacks.
Should you need anything, more than 60 stores cater to your needs. Whether you seek a comfortable pair of shoes or a painkiller for your headache, you’re sure to find it. If you’re too tired to shop or you’re not sure what to get, the airport offers the help of a personal shopper. These shoppers are available every day from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and speak Italian, English and Mandarin.
To get from the airport to downtown Rome, you can catch the Leonardo Express train. If you prefer the bus you can choose from Cotral, the SIT bus shuttle, TAM Sri, Terravision or Atral-Schiaffini. Should you prefer your own transportation, this can be easily arranged with Skyscanner’s car rental.
Tips for Traveling to Rome
When you land in Rome you will be asked to produce a valid passport with two blank pages for an entry stamp. If you’re planning to stay more than 90 days, you’ll require a visa.
Rome is a hotspot for tourists, so be sure to arrange for a hotel before you leave Toronto. A handy tool is Skyscanner’s hotel page.
Don’t forget to adjust your watch as Rome is six hours ahead of Toronto.
Attractions in Rome
St. Peter’s Basilica. The world’s largest basilica, giving room to 20,000 Christians. Architects include Michelangelo.
Colosseum. An iconic and ancient arena where the gladiators fought.
Pantheon. A temple built around 125 A.D. which houses historic tombs.
Roman Forum. Excavations of temples and government buildings of old Rome, dating back some 2,000 years.
Trevi Fountain. An 18th-century sculpted fountain which was completed in 1762. The bottom of the fountain is filled with coins as it is believed that if you toss a coin in the fountain you will return to Rome.
Visiting Rome is an education, especially if you join a guided tour. You can walk for hours and snap endless pictures. Should you get tired, there are plenty of cafés with terraces to rest your weary feet. To recover, order a plate of pasta, a cappuccino or a delectable gelato.
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