Arriving in Rome

Book your flights to Rome with Etihad Airways and prepare to experience a world where antiquity and modernity gracefully walk hand in hand.

Plan Your Rome Holiday

We cannot begin to name all the reasons to travel to Rome, but let us give you a few. Sit by the waters of the Trevi Fountain and watch the lifeblood of the city – its people – hurry about the town. Stroll through the luxurious Villa Borghese, Rome’s second largest public park, which contains attractions and museums. Search for one-of-a-kind treasures in the shops along Via del Boschetto. Feed your senses in one of Rome’s many restaurants and sample the traditional, deservingly world-renowned cuisine.

The peak season in Rome runs from June to August. We recommend you purchase your tickets to Rome well in advance if travelling during the summer months. To find cheap hotels in Rome and avoid the heat and crowds, consider visiting in October or November or anytime from February until April. Winter might be chilly, but Rome offers so many indoor attractions that your trip will not lack for satisfying entertainment. Make sure to visit our Deals section to find flight deals to Rome throughout the year.

Flying from Kuwait City

Book your flights from Kuwait City to hundreds of destinations worldwide with Etihad Airways. With Etihad you enjoy superior service every time.

Major Airports in Kuwait City

There is only one airport in Kuwait City and it is the Kuwait International Airport (KWI). It is situated 9.6 miles to the south of the city in Farwaniyah. Part of the airport is home to the Kuwait Air Force and the Kuwait Air Force Museum, so if you find you are early to catch your flight be sure to visit the museum. The airport welcomes almost seven million visitors a year and a new terminal will soon increase the airports capacity. The airport houses its own mall designed to resemble a wide body aircraft. The mall houses several high end shops and numerous places to eat.

Airport Transportation in Kuwait City

There is no train to Kuwait International Airport. There is a bus to Kuwait International Airport which runs every 30 minutes from 5:30 am to 9 pm, and can be boarded at the city centre. You could also take a taxi to Kuwait International Airport if you need the extra storage space and don’t mind paying a bit extra.

Choose Etihad Airways, the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, for flights from Kuwait City to Rome on which you will be travelling in comfort and style. 

Etihad Office in Kuwait

Kuwait, Kuwait
Burj Jassem
Al Soor Street, Al Mirqab
P.O.B 933 Souk Dakhili 15259
+965 22960090
kwitkt@etihad.ae
Sat-Thu: 09:00-18:00