Turkish Airlines offers 16 different flight alternatives in average every day for the passengers wishing to travel from Rome to Tbilisi. Flights in this route take off from Fiumicino–Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO) and land at Tbilisi Airport (TBS) with a connecting flight over Istanbul Airport (IST) or Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) in Istanbul. Ongoing all year round, the number of flights remains quite the same throughout the year. However, there may be differences on the hours of departure.
The duration of the journey between Rome and Tbilisi varies by the layover at Istanbul, ranging from 7 to 27 hours. Note that, the point of arrival may not be the next point of departure to Tbilisi in Istanbul. That is to say, passengers may be required to change the airports in their layovers. Besides, Turkish Airlines passengers have a chance to turn their layovers into pleasant moments by an enjoyable Istanbul tour. The sightseeing service Touristanbul, offered complimentary by Turkish Airlines for the passengers with a layover between 6 to 24 hours provides a chance to explore instantly the magnificent Istanbul.
Italy’s capital on seven hills, Rome is an extremely popular destination by its natural gems and historical artifacts. Ranking among the top visited European cities, this glorious Italian capital is also home to the outstanding Vatican City. Offering an utterly impressive landscape between Tiber and Aniene Rivers, Rome simply shines out by its artifacts dating back to the ancient age.
The Colosseum remaining from the year 72 before Common Era is the most remarkable icon of the city, although it was damaged by earthquake. The Roman Forum nearby is another touristic icon, which used to serve as the city’s market and business place in the ancient times. Trevi Fountain, a favorite spot of the couples is known as the Fountain of Love. As a magnificent masterpiece with all its monuments, this fountain is regarded as the most popular fountain all over Europe. Piazza Spagna in the same site stands out by delightful stores and spaces, whereas the Spanish Steps also attracts a considerable number of visitors.
This joyful city hosts two airports: Ciampino Airport (CIA) and Fiumicino–Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO). Flights from Rome with Turkish Airlines take off from Fiumicino–Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO).
It is possible to use the railway, buses, shuttles or cabs to reach Rome Fiumicino–Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO) from the city center.
Passengers wishing to take train may use Leonardo Express train line or FL1 Suburban line. It is possible to reach the airport within nearly 35 minutes via Leonardo Express trains setting of from the platform T24. Operating from Tiburtina and Ostiense stations, FL1 suburban train line, on the other hand, serves in every thirty minutes and heads towards the airport. You may use the Metro B line to reach these stations.
Those preferring the municipal buses may get on these vehicles at Termini Terravision station and reach the airport within an hour in average. In addition, public buses serve between Tiburtina-Termini and airport.
Another option would be the airport shuttles, departing from the Central Railway Station and Piazza Cavour. It is possible to reach the airport within an hour and fifteen minutes via these shuttles from Termini.
Moreover, you may also take a cab anywhere in the city and get to the airport in a comfortable way.
The capital of Georgia, Tbilisi is an extremely populous and cosmopolitan city. Being one of the most important tourist attractions countrywide at the same time, this enthralling capital is flooded by visitors all year round.
Narikala, known as the Tbilisi Fortress is highly impressive by its location above the entire city. The site where Fortress is located can be reached by cable car, offering a spectacular landscape of the city to take splendid pictures. Botanical Garden behind the Fortress is one of the most crowd-pulling spots in lovely Tbilisi. The Kartlis Deda watching the city from Sololaki Hill is a stunning monument as another icon of the city. Furthermore, Sameba Cathedral with a breathtaking architecture and the Chain Bridge over the Kura River are other attention-grabbing spots Tbilisi harbors. Besides, the city is also remarkable for its sulphur baths, make sure to also have a pleasant experience in the famous baths during your stay.
Located 17 kilometers to the center, the sole airport in the city, Tbilisi Airport (TBS) manages the city’s air traffic on its own. Passengers booking their flights to Tbilisi with Turkish Airlines land at this airport.
It is possible to use the buses, railway or cabs to reach the center from Tbilisi Airport (TBS). Setting off on the way out the terminal building, buses numbered 37 and 137 reach the center, following the route Samgori, Avlabari, Liberty Square, Rustaveli, Republic Square and Tamar Bridge. Operating in every 15 minutes, these buses serve to the center within nearly an hour.
You may also use the train service operating from the airport from 08.45 to 18.05 and reach Tbilisi Central Railway Station; or use cabs to reach anywhere in the city comfortably.