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 Tokyo

Want to fly out of Tokyo’s Narita International Airport? There is no better way to travel out of Japan’s booming city than with Etihad Airways. Every step of the journey, from buying your ticket to landing in your final destination, is a pleasure.

Tokyo’s Major Airport

The Narita International Airport, NRT, is the primary airport for Tokyo. The facility is located 57.5 km, or 35.7 miles, east of Downtown Tokyo. Narita is the connection for travelers from Tokyo to Asia and the Americas. Serving more than 35 million passengers a year, NRT is one of the busiest airports on the planet.

Airport Transportation in Tokyo

A number of express trains, as well as commuter trains run from different parts of Tokyo to the airport exist. There are a couple of different train operators, East Japan Railway Company (JR East) and Keisei Electric Railway. Keisei’s daytime service is nonstop and takes 55 minutes to get from the city to the airport. All of the seats are reserved. When getting to the Narita International Airport, a passenger can be dropped off at either of the two stations. A 500 meter underground passage connects the two. The JR East journey to Narita takes roughly 80 minutes, as it makes fifteen different stops along the way.

Taking a bus from the downtown area to the airport can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours. Fortunately, taxis in Tokyo have a fixed rate to get to the airport. It will cost a traveler somewhere between 14,000 yen to 40,300 yen.

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

Etihad Office in Japan

Nagoya, Japan
Nagoya city
+03 3298 4719
Monday-Friday 0900-1700hrs