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Travelling the vast distance from Boston to Rome is extremely quick and easy thanks to regular Boston to Rome flights that depart from Boston Logan International Airport every day. Boston to Rome flights typically involve one stop en route and usually take between 11 and 17 hours to reach the Italian capital. Alitalia operates a direct service from Boston to Rome, with a flight duration of only 8 hours, but ticket prices can be considerably more expensive than indirect Boston to Rome flights.
All Boston to Rome flights depart from Logan International Airport, which is New England’s largest airport. Logan International is located 15 minutes away from Downtown Boston, but there are plenty of transport options to reach the airport. The Logan Express is possibly the best choice for travellers on Boston to Rome flights, as it transports passengers to the airport within 30 minutes. There are also plenty of taxis and shuttle buses that can be booked to transfer travellers to the airport.
Rome is home to some of the world’s most iconic monuments, masterpieces and ancient ruins and is also the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. Many visitors flock to Rome each year to witness its incredible masterpieces of art and architecture. All visitors on Boston to Rome flights initially arrive at Fiumicino-Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, which lies only 35 km from the city itself. To reach Rome's city centre, travellers can take the extremely convenient Leonardo Express, which departs every 30 minutes. Other modes of transport include the Terravision Shuttle Bus, which can transfer passengers arriving into the city in 70 minutes.