Long weekend (3 nights) in Rome for £102 each (total £204) including flights and hotel @ ebookers
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Long weekend (3 nights) in Rome for £102 each (total £204) including flights and hotel @ ebookers

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Found 25th Jul
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out from Stansted on Saturday 17th November returning Tuesday 20th November staying for 3 nights. I’ve chosen the centrally located Hotel Picasso.

If these dates aren’t ideal for you there are similar prices throughout September-November. There are also flight prices around these dates from Manchester and Edinburgh.

I’ve chosen the Hotel Picasso which is centrally located and has 4/5 average rating on TripAdvisor. The hotel is in the heart of the city only 10 minutes away from both the Trevi fountain and the Colosseum. The hotel has a private bathroom.

There is a €18 tourist tax to pay when you are in Rome. Many European cities have a tourist tax added onto the price when you get there.

There is plenty of other accommodation to choose from, there are many cheaper ones if you don’t mind sharing a bathroom.

The best way to get from the airport to the centre of the city is by shuttle, there are a few to choose from when you arrive, you can also pre book them online for around £5 each way. The journey into the city is around 30-45 minutes depending on traffic.

I have only included hand luggage to keep the price down. You will be surprised how much you can fit into a hand luggage bag, just remember with Ryanair the allowance is 10kg and it will be checked in free of charge at the gate unless you purchase priority boarding for £6pp each way.

If you want to save yourself a few £££ the earlier flight on the Tuesday is a few £££ cheaper taking it down to around £96 each for the trip.

Price breakdown

Flight booked through Ryanair - £94.61

Hotel booked through Ebookers using voucher code TRAVELNOW15 for 15% off - £108.93

Total price - £203.54

Total price each - £101.77


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radium8 m ago

It's very warm. I was there two weeks ago.


I think he/she is asking what the weather is like in November (in reference to the deal) and not in July.
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What would the weather be like at this time of year though?
nickycoops6925th Jul

What would the weather be like at this time of year though?


According to google 17oC is average daytime temp! Still nice and warm
Any Gatwick flights?
gingertips5 m ago

Any Gatwick flights?


On those dates the LGW flights are around £68 each with easyJet, it’s cheaper midweek from Gatwick!
nickycoops6934 m ago

What would the weather be like at this time of year though?


It's very warm. I was there two weeks ago.
That hotel looks pretty poor
radium8 m ago

It's very warm. I was there two weeks ago.


I think he/she is asking what the weather is like in November (in reference to the deal) and not in July.
radium28 m ago

It's very warm. I was there two weeks ago.


Warm in July eh?
Rome is a great place to visit if you enjoy walking (for miles) and seeking out non tourist Restaurants and so on - Romans are great people and very friendly - if you go to the places about a mile to the right of the main train Station exit there are some proper authentic places to eat for cheap prices - if you've not been before it incredibly commercialised so be prepared for that, we were shocked at how tatty the Vatican area was
@ OP it's warm in November
Probably want at least £600 spends for you “cheap” long weekend
Or you could just be a 'jumper'...?
nickycoops6913 h, 12 m ago

What would the weather be like at this time of year though?


I was in Rome 8 years ago during late July and it was hotter than it is here now. I recall 33 deegrees and 35 degrees during 4 days there
sadbuttruee12 h, 47 m ago

Rome is a great place to visit if you enjoy walking (for miles) and …Rome is a great place to visit if you enjoy walking (for miles) and seeking out non tourist Restaurants and so on - Romans are great people and very friendly - if you go to the places about a mile to the right of the main train Station exit there are some proper authentic places to eat for cheap prices - if you've not been before it incredibly commercialised so be prepared for that, we were shocked at how tatty the Vatican area was@ OP it's warm in November


Not all Romans are great and friendly. I had my wallet pickpocketed on the bus. But its a great place to visit. Just be careful.
thanks for this post i am trying to get to rome next week and you have single handedly made every flight sell out !!!!!
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