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Via Terme di Traiano, 00053, Civitavecchia Italy
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Incitur tours Civitavecchia with you!
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Incitur tours Civitavecchia with you!

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Most visitors docking in Civitavecchia head straight to Rome, but this port city has archaeological and architectural gems of its own. With this Civitavecchia walking tour, discover the historic city’s highlights with a guide. Visit the Darsena Romana, the city’s ancient Roman port, as well as the Michelangelo Fortress designed by Bramante and the medieval Piazza Leandra.
$41.84 per adult
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John D wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom2 contributions4 helpful votes
What a find. You can completely submerse yourself in this place. It's quiet and peaceful, yet the site has wonderfully preserved features. One of the highlights of our trip.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Sharon M wrote a review Jan 2020
Brisbane, Australia1 contribution
Short drive from city centre allow 30mins to see around small site with views over the port Free entry on Sunday 5 euros other days Peaceful
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Date of experience: January 2020
thegirlfromgulliver wrote a review Nov 2019
Brisbane, Australia15 contributions8 helpful votes
Previous reviews are all accurate and helpful. We also caught the local Bus B to the ruins. It was 2euro each way for each of us. The locals, travelling on the bus, gave us a cheery send-off when we reached the site. The ruins are well preserved and are explained, in detail, with maps and signage. The staff are very helpful and friendly. You really have to see this place to understand the tranquility of being able to look through the ruins (and take photos) without hundreds of others jostling around. A hidden gem.
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Date of experience: November 2019
1 Helpful vote
Mary wrote a review Oct 2019
Tucson, Arizona14 contributions32 helpful votes
After being herded through museums and ruins in Rome, this is refreshing. First of all, it is isolated out in the country via a lovely drive. Keep your eyes open for surprises like aqueducts. It really answers questions about how archaeologists know what the half demolished buildings of Rome looked like. Many of these buildings are intact right down to the decorative features. It is easier to understand the context and social function of these places with hospitals and libraries besides the bath houses. This is a tranquil place to contemplate its beauty. There were only 2 other people there.
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Date of experience: November 2018
4 Helpful votes
jo t wrote a review Sep 2019
Hasland, United Kingdom65 contributions103 helpful votes
My 11-year-old daughter and I visited this fabulous ancient monument in August 2019. We were on a cruise so had a few hours in Civitaveccia. We walked to the train station which is clearly signposted. In front of the train station is a mini bus station, and you need Bus B to the ruins. We caught the 11:10am bus and it cost us 2 euros, the journey took about 25 minutes. The baths are the last stop and the stop is right next to the baths, so you can't miss it. Our bus driver was very friendly. The baths charged me 5 euros and my daughter was free. You need a good hour to walk round, 2 if you can spare it. A man explained the history to us, gave us a map and then let us explore. My daughter enjoyed map reading and reading the information boards. There were a few lovely cats. There is also a representation of Roman gardens. We spent about an hour and a half and got the last bus back to town - be aware, it is at 12:40 and then the baths close at 1pm. There were only a handful of other tourists there. It's a gem of a site away from all the crowds. : )
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Date of experience: August 2019
6 Helpful votes
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