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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 town of Civitavecchia is now worth stopping and seeing for itself, not just as a port from which to reach Rome. Historical ruins, Cathedral, market, fort, long sea side promenade plus the usual shops & cafes/restaurants.
The port has antique buildings, modern shops and beautiful cruise ships to see. It is a great start to a trip to Italy. You can wander around and find lovely cafes, bars even a market in this town. The train station is nearby so easy...More
I was a little worried when our cab dropped us off at the terminal in Civitavecchia since the terminal looks like a temporary structure and the agents were lined up at an old-fashioned, low-tech counter, but our line was minimal and fast-moving. Tons of agents...More
For a start - Civitavecchia is not in Rome, its 1:00 to 2:00 to the North West of Rome.
Leave yourself enough time departing Rome to get to the cruise port.
Options to get to the Cruise Port are:
(1) Train (regular) from the Roma...More
Very easy port to maneuver. Royal Caribbean cruise line. Good signage. Lots of staff to keep the lines moving. One of the fastest onboarding process I've experienced. Large building. Very airy. Elevators for wheelchairs. Escalators for everyone else. Easy curbside drop off. It looked like...More
Since several years (but the last time yesterday) I have been experimenting with the port of Civitavecchia as a user of the ferries to and from Palermo. It therefore seems appropriate to express my opinion.
I begin by the cons, which is basically only one:...More
We stopped here on a cruise and having been to Rome several times we thought we would see what there is to offer here. The port itself is dominated by Fort Michelangelo which has an interesting exterior - the inside is closed to the public....More
On a port stop... rather than a) drag our child 10 hours to Rome or b) leave our child 10 hours in kids club on the ship, we chose c) to explore Civitavecchia. Maybe there is more to see than we were able to find,...More