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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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The van is old and not very clean. The driver Manuel knows Rome well and he drove us to Colosseo, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and Vatican City. He did help to source the Colosseo tickets as we did not prebook them. However his English is...More
Our cruise MS.Azamara Quest arrived there on June 20 early morning. These port was very beautiful and ancient fort of Roman Empire. Department of Archeology still maintain ancient buildings as treasures as well. It’s took nearly 1 hour drive to Rome.
Took the free shuttle bus into town drop off point ,there given a large town map with walks of interest and places to visit. It was Saturday so at the back of the town is a large market selling local and tourist goods.The main high...More
We didn't wish to venture into Rome, so spent a very pleasant day wandering this port city. Some lovely restuarants on the foreshore. Most of the day we also spent trying to pronounce Civitavecchia (Chiv-it-avekkia)
We arrived from termini Rome to civitavecchia main station. A bus transfered us to the entrance of the port ( you can buy the ticket from the bus)in about 5min (could be walked if without heavy luggage). There, the buses taking people to cruise liners...More
We arrived by cruise ship, two visits, one mid-cruise and again when disembarking. It is as good as most of the ports that we have visited over the years, functional, clean, a little faded, and no problems with customs or police. Helpful personnel both times....More
This is a large port that services Rome's cruise and shipping industry. There was a great deal of ships in port, including several cruise ships and large ferries. Adjacent to the port is Michelangelo Fortress which was has been guarding the port since 1535. Our...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.