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Be more than just another traveler in Rome when you Cruising at Civitavecchia Port. Civitavecchia taxis authorized to arrive under your cruise ship: whatever your cruise ship is: Celebrity, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, MSC, Costa,…ALL. If your cruise...more
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Nice little town to walk around. Unfortunately we visited on a Sunday and there was not much open, but it is a nice place, especially if you are visiting on a cruise ship. They city provided us a shuttle to the end of the port,...More
My wife and I had a short stop off in Civitavecchia whilst on a TUI cruiser and enjoyed the visit. There’s a free shuttle bus run by the Port Authority which takes you from the cruise port to within walking distance of the town. There...More
If you're talking a cruise port of Rome, this is your port. Its about an hour away by car. Easy to find, and easy to navigate. We were delayed for a few hours, but no big deal because the building/departure area is comfortable. Very well...More
The port at Civitavecchia is large and caters for a large volume of shipping, not least cruise ships. The roads into the town itself are primarily set up to deposit you at the port.
The port area also includes the fort complete with moat and...More
We stayed in Civitecchia pre cruise and found the area creepy with peddlers walking around and In your face trying to sell things! There are lots of bars,restaurants and chachi gift shops but not somewhere women should walk around alone especially at Night! Could not...More
The Port area is relatively clean and well maintained with a few sites to see. The old fort being one but you can only see it from the outside. We walked at least a mile in each direction and while it was nice there was...More
We arrived here by ferry from Sardinia early in the morning and looked for signs for the railway station. Nothing. Enquiries led us to a free shuttle bus which deposited us ten minutes from the station. There must be so many tourists arriving here who...More
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If you are arriving by ship I would suggest you book the train through your ship. We arrived on Holland America and they had a great package and the fee was not that much. It included bus from the ship to the train station... More
If you are arriving by ship I would suggest you book the train through your ship. We arrived on Holland America and they had a great package and the fee was not that much. It included bus from the ship to the train station and the return. Then the train, with a guide, right to St. Peter's station. It was a short walk from the station to the Vatican. Train ride is about 45 mins. and there is no worry about traffic tie-ups or stoppage. And you get the expertise of the guide. Very stress free.