Rome, Italy

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Flights to Rome, Italy, the Eternal City

Flights to Rome, Italy with SAUDIA

Travel with SAUDIA to Rome from Jeddah, King Abdulaziz International . SAUDIA has made paying for your trip as easy as possible and can offer you 0% interest on your installments with our partner banks. Do not hesitate to find out more about how you can book now and pay later.

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Fly from Jeddah to Rome

Sun 01/03/2020 to Tue 31/03/2020

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SAUDIA flies you to the capital of Italy, Rome.

Rome has so much history that is hard to sum in few words. The entire center was named a UNESCO world heritage site it is so jam-packed with culturally significant sites. Starting with the famous Colosseum, built in 80 BCE. Originally, it could hold 25,000 spectators and today is still the largest amphitheater in the world. The Roman Forum, just across the busy street, is a wonderful expanse of this empire’s ruins. Rome is not only dripping with history; it is imbued with cinematographic images. Sitting on the Spanish Steps or people watching by the Trevi Fountain could make anyone feel like a movie star. Savor one of the city’s famous gelatos, thin crust, olive oil drizzled Roman pizza, or city’s trademark carbonara and watch Rome swirl around you.

Travel from Jeddah to Rome, city of the seven hills

Milan gets all the hype when it comes to cool but Rome’s not all history and empire. Mercatomonti showcases different designers and artists on a rotating basis and there’s always something intriguing to put on your person or carry to your next destination amongst the tables. Trastevere, the neighborhood on the other side of the Tiber, attracts locals and visitors to wander its tightly knit streets and atmospheric highly lived-in squares. The lively Porta Portese flea market is set up here on Sunday mornings. The city is brimming with museums covering all periods and geographies. The Museo e Galleria Borghese has so many admirers of its works by Caravaggio or Raphael, you have to pre-book tickets to get a viewing, but it’s well worth it. The MAXXI whisks gallery-goers right into the 21st century with its contemporary collection. Romans love high intensity football (soccer) matches and there is no shortage of those here. You can see both local teams, S.S. Lazio, and A.S. Roma, play in their shared home Olympic Stadium which seats over 70,000 fans.