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There is no reliable WiFi. Other than that it was a pretty good flight for Alitalia
Seat is to small
Better than several airlines. Recently airline staff has become defensive and always ready to have you tossed off the plane if you look at them the wrong way. But these folks were very accommodating and naturally customer centered.
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You're going to love all the things to see and do in Rome; getting around the city will be less of a hassle if you have your own car rental. After picking up your keys from the car rental desk at the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino International Airport (FCO), you should make your first stop the Spanish Steps.
Pick a step and relax in the beautiful weather that Rome is known and loved for. Once you feel rejuvenated, you'll be ready to navigate the maze of city streets that wind their way through the city.
You can make a wish for your Roman adventure by throwing a euro into the Trevi Fountain, and then move on to explore the glory of the Roman Empire at the Forum. In the remains of this once vibrant area, you can imagine what life must have been like when Rome was the center of European civilization.
You will find that your flight to Rome from the John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York City takes a little over nine hours. Once you arrive, you'll find a bustling airport with many connecting flights. If you have a layover at this airport, try to make time to see the Mediterraneo Beach, which has plenty of restaurants and shops to explore nearby.