Cheap Flights from Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau to Rome Fiumicino
Flight information Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau to Rome Fiumicino
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Choosing the Best Flight from Montreal to Rome
Both Air Canada and Air Transat offer direct service from Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport (YUL) to Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO). Many of these flights are scheduled overnight, allowing travelers to sleep on the plane, then wake up feeling energized and ready to explore Italy's capital city. Set up a flight price alert to receive instant notification when fares from Montreal to Rome go on sale.
Departing from Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport is located in the Dorval suburb of Montreal, about twenty kilometers from the city center. The airport can be reached by car, taxi or STM Airport Express Bus #747 (which operates around the clock), and it is suggested that travelers arrive at the airport at least three hours before their international flight is scheduled to depart. Flights to Rome Fiumicino Airport depart from the airport's international jetty, where passengers can access services including shops, restaurants, a spa and a currency exchange office.
Before departure, passengers should confirm they have a valid Canadian passport and enough euros to pay for transportation from the airport in Rome to their hotel.
Arriving at Rome Fiumicino Airport
Officially known as Leonardo da Vinci - Fiumicino Airport, Rome's largest and busiest airport is a modern and comfortable gateway to Italy. Most flights from Canada arrive at Terminal 3, which is part of the main terminal complex and well-connected to onwards transportation options. After passing through immigration and customs, travelers can connect to an array of trains, shuttle buses and public buses to reach their final destination, or they can opt for a rental car or private taxi (for a fixed price of €48 to the city centre). If you forgot to get euros in Montreal, use one of the many ATMs or currency exchange offices in the airport.
What to Expect in Rome
Montreal and Rome are both steeped in rich European history, but the two cities have some unique differences:
- Temperatures in Rome tend to be much warmer than in Montreal, and the city rarely experiences snow. Travelers should pack lots of light layers, wear sunscreen and stay hydrated on hot days.
- Prices for food and accommodation tend to be slightly higher in Rome. For example, a simple lunch of pasta and a beverage in the picturesque Trastevere neighbourhood will cost about €20 ($30 CAD), while the same meal in Montreal would cost approximately $20 CAD.
- Rome's time zone is six hours ahead of Montreal. When it is noon in Rome, it is 6:00 am in Montreal.
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