Cheap Flights from Leeds Bradford to Rome
Flight information Leeds Bradford to Rome
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Average flight time, total distance 1055 miles
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Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino
This information is correct as of June 2016
Airlines that fly from Leeds to Rome
Jet2 offers direct flights from Leeds Bradfort Airport to Rome Fiumicino.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Leeds Bradford Airport has one terminal. Inside you'll find a small but good selection of shops, amenities and places to grab a bite to eat. There's a Travelex in case you've not got your Euros yet, a WH Smith for in-flight snacks and reading, a Superdrug for last-minute toiletries and a World Duty Free in case you want to treat yourself. If you're hungry you can grab a quick snack from Camden Food Company, Burger King or Caffe Ritazza. If you have time to sit down and enjoy a meal you can relax over some pub grub at the Saltaire Bar or the Sports Bar. For something a little more luxurious you can check into the Yorkshire Lounge. You need to pay to access it, but once inside you can enjoy unlimited Wi-Fi and a range of complimentary food and drink.
Terminal Information – Arriving
There are lots of ways to get from Rome Fiumicino Airport to the city centre. The easiest is to take a taxi. They have a flat rate of €48* and generally take around 45 minutes. The Leonardo Express train is the fastest way to reach the city centre, with regular services to Termini train station. Another option is taking the suburban train from the airport station and then hopping off at Tiburtina or Ostiense. From here you can transfer onto the Metro. The Terravision shuttle bus is fairly cheap, especially if you pre-book your ticket, but it takes nearly an hour to reach the centre of Rome.
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You need a valid passport to fly from Leeds to Rome. Try to arrive no later than 90 minutes before your flight is due to depart.
What to expect in Rome
Rome is one hour ahead of Leeds and the currency is the Euro (€). Rome is famous for its warm weather. Although the average July temperature is 26°C it can easily soar above 30°C. If you want to do a lot of sightseeing it's better to visit the city during spring, autumn or winter. Rome is often more expensive than Leeds, although food and beer are slightly cheaper. Expect to pay about £42* for dinner for two and less than £3* for a bottle of imported beer.
*Prices subject to change
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