The best way to find a cheap flight ticket from Rome to Berlin is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
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Of the 7 flights that leave Rome for Berlin every day 2 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
|Average flight duration||2 h 5 min|
|Average plane ticket price||€198 (€198)|
|Airlines||csa, Air Dolomiti, Air France, easyJet, Ukraine Intl. Airlines, Swiss, Brussels Airlines, Vueling, Malta Air, Lufthansa, Air Baltic, air leisure, Norwegian Air Shuttle, jal, Aeroflot, Germanwings, Eurowings, Eurowings Europe, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa Cityline, Lot Polish Airlines, Air Malta, Ryanair, Aegean Airlines, Sun Express Deutschland, Tuifly, Bulgaria Air or KLM|
Flights from Rome to Berlin cover the 1184 km long journey taking on average 2 h 5 min with our travel partners like csa, Air Dolomiti, Air France, easyJet, Ukraine Intl. Airlines, Swiss, Brussels Airlines, Vueling, Malta Air, Lufthansa, Air Baltic, air leisure, Norwegian Air Shuttle, jal, Aeroflot, Germanwings, Eurowings, Eurowings Europe, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa Cityline, Lot Polish Airlines, Air Malta, Ryanair, Aegean Airlines, Sun Express Deutschland, Tuifly, Bulgaria Air or KLM. There are direct flight services available. You can get the cheapest plane tickets for this journey for as low as €130, but the average price of plane tickets is €198. Travellers depart most frequently from Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport and arrive in Berlin Brandenburg Airport.
You can travel by flight to Berlin from Rome with easyJet, Vueling Airlines and Ryanair for as low as €130. When you search for timetables and tickets, Omio will show you the best trip.
Ryanair is one of the biggest and most popular low-cost airlines in Europe, headquartered in Ireland. Hopping on a plane and flying to popular European destinations quickly and affordably is made easy with Ryanair. This budget airline is known for operating direct flights to smaller or secondary airports usually outside major cities to keep costs down. A Ryanair plane ticket between Rome and Berlin includes allowance of one small personal bag; additional fees tend to apply for cabin baggage and checked baggage.
Vueling is one of Spain’s leading low-cost airlines where you can choose between Basic, Optima or Time Flex tickets for your next flight between Rome and Berlin.
Enjoy a smooth and easy trip from Rome to Berlin with Vueling Airlines! As an official travel partner of Vueling Airlines, Omio can help you search current flight timetables from Vueling Airlines, compare the best routes between Rome and Berlin as well as the class fares available for this route (including information on luggage policy and amenities provided onboard), and buy the most affordable Vueling Airlines Rome to Berlin plane ticket available today. If you search for Vueling Airlines tickets in the Omio app, you can also see if they are mobile tickets so that you can travel paperless rather than needing to wait in a queue at the airport in person to purchase tickets. Once you find your ideal route, book your one-way flight from Rome to Berlin on Omio or in the Omio app in just a few simple steps. You can then sit back and enjoy the 734 miles (1184 km) journey between Rome and Berlin with ease and comfort on a flight with Vueling Airlines.
EasyJet is a British multinational budget airline headquartered at London Luton Airport (LTN) and the largest UK-based airline based on the number of passengers carried. EasyJet flies to more than 150 destinations in Europe and North Africa, making it a very popular low-cost carrier for travellers. To keep fares as low as possible, tickets are non-refundable, and no complimentary snacks are served onboard. All easyJet fare types include allowance of one small personal bag, while additional fees apply for travellers bringing hand luggage and checked luggage.
There are five direct flights between Rome and Berlin each day of the week, plus 35 or more indirect flights. The fastest flights take just over two hours, with indirect flights taking three hours or more. Flights with different airlines depart from and arrive at one of two airports in both cities. All airports are located within 15 miles of the respective city centers and have good public transport links.
Ryanair, easyJet, and Alitalia airlines operate direct flights from Rome to Berlin. Indirect flights are available from many different airlines including Swiss Air, Lufthansa, and Brussels Airlines. These flights usually have a layover in the airline's home country, i.e. Switzerland, Germany or Belgium.
A direct flight from Rome to Berlin takes just over two hours. Indirect routes have upwards of three hours of total flight time, plus the layover time.
Each day of the week, there are usually around five flights that travel directly between Rome and Berlin. These flights generally depart in the morning and evening. There are also 40 or more flights available on indirect routes on weekdays and around 35 each day at the weekend. These flights depart from Rome regularly throughout the day and night.
Departure airport: Flights to Berlin depart from either Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport (FCO), which is around 14 miles from the city center, or Rome Ciampino Airport (CIA), which is around nine miles from the center of Rome. Public transport options to the airports include train and bus, which take around 30 minutes and one hour respectively from the city center. The airports offer restaurants, bars, and shopping venues for passengers.
Arrival airport: A flight from Rome to Berlin will arrive at either Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL), located just six miles from Berlin city center or Berlin Schönefeld Airport (SXF), which is around 11 miles from the city center. Traveling from Tegel airport to central locations takes around 20 minutes on the bus from Terminal A. From Schönefeld Airport, passengers can take the S-Bahn train. Most destinations can be reached in around 30 minutes. Both airports have all of the facilities passengers would expect, including currency exchange, stores, and restaurants.
Travel by plane between Rome, Italy and Berlin, Germany is: Unrestricted.
International entry is allowed for: Entry is unrestricted for citizens and permanent residents of Italy
The government of Germany has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
The above information was last checked on 11/6/22. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your flight from Rome to Berlin closer to your date of departure here.
The current restriction level for your return trip by plane from Berlin to Rome is: Unrestricted
Reentry to Italy is allowed for: Entry is unrestricted for citizens and permanent residents of Germany
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The government of Italy has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
Last verified on 11/17/22. We do our best to keep this information up to date, but regulations can change so please double check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations ahead of your Berlin to Rome flight here.
If you’re looking to fly out of Rome, you have a few airport options to start your journey from including Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport and Rome Ciampino Airport. When flying into Berlin, you can arrive in airports like Berlin Brandenburg Airport and Tegel Airport.
Omio customers who book cheap flights for this route most frequently fly from Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport to Berlin Brandenburg Airport.
The most popular departure airport with passengers for this journey, called Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport, is located 13.8 miles (22.3 km) from the city centre of Rome.
The most popular arrival airport, Berlin Brandenburg Airport, is located 15.4 miles (24.9 km) away from the city centre of Berlin. You can check what public transportation connections, taxi services or airport shuttle service options are available to take you from Berlin Brandenburg Airport to the city centre in Berlin.
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