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Rome CIA
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Wed 04 Dec
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Flights from Rome to London

Planning flights from Rome to London? Find out everything you need to know before your trip to London here.

 

Ciampino Airport Overview

When booking your cheap flights from Rome to London you’ll need to consider which airport you’ll be flying from. Ciampino Airport is 12km southeast of central Rome. It has just one runway and one terminal, however it is one of the busiest and fastest growing airports in Italy handling 6 million passengers a year. 

There is a good selection of restaurants, cafes and bars located throughout the airport as well as shops where you can pick up anything you’ve forgotten to pack.

Before you fly Rome to London, be sure to exchange your euros for pounds and don’t forget to pack an adaptor with you for any electrical devices. 

 

London Stansted Airport Overview

Stansted Airport(STN) handles over 25 million passengers a year and is London’s fourth busiest airport. National Express coaches from London Stansted Airport run 24-hours a day and stop at 38 pick-up points, including 15 in central London. Stansted Express trains are the quickest and most direct way to travel between London Stansted Airport and the capital. Services run every 15 minutes. Prefer your own set of wheels? Check out Ryanair Car Hire for great value deals.

 

What to Expect on arrival at London Stansted?

Looking to make the most of your cheap flights to London from Rome? There are many great attractions to do and see in London including Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London. Or you can consider a tour of Warner Bros. Studios and discover how the Harry Potter films were made. 

 

Five fun facts about London

  • Charles II ordered for six ravens to be placed in the Tower of London to protect it. Apparently, six ravens are still kept in the tower today and they must remain there at all times due to superstitious reasons.
  • You could fit either the Great Pyramid at Giza or the Statue of Liberty inside the Millennium Dome, now known as the O2 Arena, the largest structure of its kind in the world.
  • Underneath the Ministry of Defence's Main Building in Whitehall is Henry VIII's wine cellar.
  • Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster and is usually extended to refer to both the clock and the clock tower. Every year the clock is adjusted using an old English penny. If the clock is running fast, a penny is added to the pendulum. If the clock is running slow, a penny is removed from the pendulum.
  • When the idea of the London Underground first came about, it was suggested to use horses and carriages, or fill the tunnels with water and use barges to float people from station to station.

 

From Rome to London: Practical Information

Here is some practical information before your Rome to London flights:

When travelling to London you’ll need to convert your euros to pounds and don’t forget to pack an adaptor for electrical devices such as smart phones, tablets or laptops.  

After booking your Rome to London flights, check out Ryanair Rooms for a great selection of accommodation and to save you money on your next Ryanair flight. 

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From
To
Flight type
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Rome CIA
London STN
one way
Wed 04 Dec
€14.99