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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 15 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Barcelona|
|Flights arrive in:||Rome|
|Airlines:||Ryanair, Iberia, Vueling|
Direct Barcelona to Rome flights offer business travelers and vacationers a fast route across the Mediterranean from Catalonia to the Italian capital throughout the year. Three airlines, including budget carriers, operate direct flights on this route. There are frequent connections seven days a week, with departure times from early morning to late night. Flight times to Rome from Barcelona El Prat Airport are just under two hours.
The Italian national carrier Alitalia provides direct Barcelona to Rome flights. Budget options are offered by Ryanair and Spanish low-cost carrier Vueling, which both have regular daily connections on this route.
The fastest connections on the 862 km route east over the Mediterranean from Spain to Rome are Alitalia flights, taking an hour and 45 minutes to reach the Italian capital. Flights with budget carriers Vueling and Ryanair take five to ten minutes longer.
There are between ten and 13 daily direct Barcelona to Rome flights throughout the week, with the greatest frequency on Fridays and the fewest connections on Saturdays. Budget airline Vueling's schedules offer four to five daily connections, while Ryanair has three to four daily departures. The timetable begins with early morning flights and continues with services roughly every two hours until late evening.
Departure airport: Barcelona El Prat airport is around 12 km south-west of downtown Barcelona, reached by frequent Metro services on Line L9 Sud, which take about around 30 minutes to the terminal. The airport has long and short stay parking lots and passenger facilities that include a Barcelona FC gift store, tapas bars and restaurants, business lounges and free WiFi.
Arrival airport: Italy's busiest airport, Fiumicino is situated about 30 km south-west of Rome's historic center, connected by Trenitalia's Leonardo Express trains which take 30 minutes to reach the central Termini Station. Facilities at the airport include a wide range of duty free stores, vinotecas, trattorias, and international restaurants.