Flights from Amsterdam to Rome

Flight information Amsterdam to Rome

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Average flight time, total distance 809 miles

2h 10min

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Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino

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Flight Information

Travellers can easily find flights from Amsterdam to Rome with several operating airlines. These include Vueling, Alitalia, easyJet, KLM, and Iberia under a code share with Vueling. All flights leave from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) and arrive at Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO) in Rome.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has one large terminal with seven additional concourses. Cheap flights from Amsterdam to Rome on easyJet depart from the Main Concourse. Flights on Vueling and Iberia depart from Concourse B, and Alitalia flights depart from Concourse C. Flights on KLM depart from Concourse D, which is the largest one at Schiphol. A variety of fast-food options, sit-down restaurants, and stores are located in lounge areas after passing through security. Lounge 1 serves Concourses B and C. Lounge 2 serves Concourse D.

When departing from the Main Terminal, travellers can enjoy local food, drink, and other items in Holland Boulevard and in international selections in Lounge 3. Additional but limited food, drink, and shopping options are available on each concourse.

Fly to Rome

When flying from Amsterdam to Rome, travellers should arrive at least two hours before their flight departs. You can expect to pass through security in about 15 to 20 minutes. Schiphol is easily accessed by public transportation because a train station is located beneath the main terminal.

Travel times from Amsterdam Centraal average 13 to 25 minutes. Make sure you have your passport with you. Travellers from most countries do not need visas when staying 90 days or less in Italy. Upon arrival at Fiumicino in Rome, your plane will come into Terminal 1 or Terminal 3. Taxi stands are located outside both terminals. If you prefer, Trenitalia operates the Leonardo Express train that runs from the airport railway station to Termini in Rome’s city centre. You can also drive to Rome via a direct motorway. Skyscanner can also help you with car hire following flights from Amsterdam to Rome.

What's the weather like in Rome? 

Once you have secured cheap flights from Amsterdam to Rome, you will have plenty of money to see the famous sites and more in the Eternal City. Weather is much different between the two cities no matter what time of year you travel. Whereas Amsterdam has a cool, oceanic climate, Rome has a warm, Mediterranean climate. Summers are warm to hot with average daily temperatures over 31 °C in July and August. Winters are mild with highs in December, January, and February averaging 12 °C .

When to fly from Amsterdam to Rome 

The best time for sightseeing are the months of April, May, September, and October as the weather is cooler and the streets are not as crowded. Many attractions, particularly historical sites, are free, so you can spend your money on dining, one of Rome's favorite pastimes. However, finding authentic Italian cuisine that is not overpriced can be tricky. For classic Roman cuisine, try Armando Al Pantheon. If you are traveling with the kids from Amsterdam to Rome, a good choice is Trattoria de Cesare.

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