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Fly from Brisbane to Rome with Etihad Airways

Book flights from Brisbane to Rome with Etihad and you’ll be taken from the modern skyline of Australia’s River City to the ancient wonders of Italy’s Eternal City.

Relax on your journey to remarkable Rome as you look forward to tasting delicious European food and taking in fabled historic sites. Land and you’ll discover a destination that delivers even more than it promises.

You can even extend your trip with a stopover in Abu Dhabi, where incredible sights like the awe-inspiring Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and beautiful Yas Island await. Book your flights with Etihad today.

BNE to FCO: flight facts

Journey time 22hrs 35mins

The actual journey time will vary depending on your connection. You can choose to take a longer stopover in Abu Dhabi to explore the UAE’s capital.

Flight distance 10,215 miles

Flights from Brisbane (BNE) to Rome (FCO) via Abu Dhabi (AUH) cover a distance of 10,215 miles (16,439 kilometres).

Your flight from Brisbane to Rome

After taking off from Brisbane you’ll travel north-west across Australia before soaring over the Indian Ocean. You’ll then glide across India before stopping in Abu Dhabi.

Your connecting flight takes you across the Arabian Gulf, the Mediterranean Sea and Greece before landing in western Italy in majestic Rome.

*Aircraft, cabins and services may vary by route and flight. You can check this when you search for your flight. This page was last updated Sept 2019.

Flying from Brisbane to Rome: FAQs

What is the time difference between Brisbane and Rome?

Rome is nine hours behind Brisbane between October and March (Central European Time). During the summer months, when daylight saving is observed, Rome is eight hours behind Brisbane.

What food can I enjoy in Rome?

As you might expect from the capital of Italy, pizza and pasta are especially delicious here – with a vast variety of cafes and restaurants serving up the nation’s classic cuisine. Cacio e pepe is a simple yet sensational local spaghetti dish to try, while the gelato (similar to ice cream) here is among some of the finest in all the country – especially satisfying on a hot summer’s day.

Top tips for Brisbane to Rome

st peters basilica at night

The charm of St. Peter’s Basilica

While Brisbane’s Cathedral of St. Stephen is breathtaking to behold, step inside Rome’s St. Peter’s Basilica for unparalleled European magnificence.

It’s Italy’s biggest, richest and most breathtaking church, consecrated in 1626 after taking 120 years to build. Step inside to discover intricate detail in an awe-inspiring space.

inside the grand interior of the vatican museum

Discover the Grandeur of the Vatican Museums

Swap Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art for a tour around Rome’s historic Vatican Museums. Established by Pope Julius II in the early 16th century, these venues house some of the world’s finest traditional art.

Step into a world of renowned classical sculptures and masterpieces of the Renaissance. Marvel at the exhibits displayed along the halls and corridors, ranging from Egyptian mummies to paintings from artists like Raphael, Leonardo and Michelangelo.

You are being directed to the point of origin country website to finalize this booking, as your point of departure is outside Italy. Your booking will be subject to the terms and conditions of the respective country website, which may differ from those of the Italian website. We recommend you read our terms and conditions carefully before finalizing your booking.