Civitavecchia Port

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Civitavecchia Port
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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 ship is stopping in Civitavecchia Port for a day, you could reserve a full day shore excursion to make the most out of your short holiday in Rome.
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Margaret S
Napier, New Zealand544 contributions
Oct 2020
This must be one of the most beautiful ports in the world. It’s quiet and charming and there’s even Roman ruins!. It is an attractive 30 minute paved coast walk to the port entrance from the train station if you are getting on a cruise. We spent a nice evening here, there’s a supermarket to stick up on along the broad walk stroll.
The trains from the train station back into Rome are regular.
Written October 10, 2020
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John W
Douglas, UK1,899 contributions
Aug 2020 • Couples
Having arrived at 18.30 on the ferry from Barcelona, it took 90 minutes to disembark and find the way out. Depressing place.
Written August 29, 2020
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Tony36
Crowborough, UK990 contributions
Feb 2020
Only passed through at speed on previous visits en route to Rome. Glad we stayed 'in town' this time. It turned out to be a very pleasant place with a nice, long, clean promenade to take a walk. Plenty of interesting shops in the main streets, cafes and bars too, as well as along the seafront. Skate Park by the beach when we were there but not sure if it's permanent. Local residents and shopkeepers were all very helpful and friendly. Picked up a few bargains too.
Certainly would recommend a few hours there if the weather was favourable.
Written March 7, 2020
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Shirley C
Jacksonville, FL19 contributions
Feb 2020 • Friends
The port has a free shuttle to take you to the ship. (a nice distance away) Walking to the free shuttle is an easy down hill walk from almost any place in town.
Written February 13, 2020
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Luisa J
5 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
Because of circumstances beyond our control, we stayed in Civitavecchia longer than planned. We normally would just pass through thinking that there’s not much to see here. There’s lots to do and food is great. The cost of hotels or b&b places are much cheaper than staying in Rome. Everything is walking distance, if you enjoy walking. There’s the beach and the promenade too. The train station is walking distance and you can take an easy ride into the heart of Rome and back for about an hour each way. There’s also Etruscan ruins you may want to check out in Ostia and Cerveteri, both accessible by train.
It’s a totally different experience away from the crowd in Rome.
Don’t get me wrong, Rome is still the fascinating Eternal City, you never get tired of visiting. There’s always something new to explore and discover
Written February 12, 2020
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Ash C
1,118 contributions
Jan 2020 • Friends
Stopped as part of a cruise and the port was lovely. You have to get a bus transfer to the centre but it only takes 10 mins. The surrounding areas are fantastic
Written January 21, 2020
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80marines
Wirral, UK639 contributions
Dec 2019
We stopped here as part of a cruise we had already been to Rome before so we wanted to explore the localport area, we were told the port was not pedestrianised and had to get a shuttle bus, cant remember if we paid ??? even so, it IS PEDESTRIANISED, there are clearly marked walkways all the way off the port, its about 20 min stroll to the Fort area by the town. The town itself is a bit run down but you can see it must have been a great holiday area in its heyday , there are remains of promenades and piers still usable but run down in need of re-investment, still a nice place to see but could be a lot better, so all in all it was worth leaving the ship for and your not paying for a day out in a coach its free!!! The Fort is the main focus and its impressive but guarded and you can only walk around it.
Written January 5, 2020
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Peggy C
Ohio72 contributions
Oct 2019
The port area is ok...lots of pizza places to eat but nothing exciting. Stayed at B&B Hugette which was very nice. We were 2 women walking around it and felt very safe after dark. Take a bus to the port bus station and there are free buses to take you on into your cruise ship. Too far to walk it!
Written December 30, 2019
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Christina C
Coquitlam, Canada6,381 contributions
Nov 2019
We passed by this port three times already, but used it as a passage to Rome. So this time we decided to spend time here. The port authority has a shuttle bus that dropped us off at the port gate. That area has a nice view of the harbour, with lots of green areas to stroll around, cafes and souvenir shops. We bought a fridge magnet from there. The Michelangelo Fortress is next to it so for sure we went over there as well. Happy Travelling! 
Written December 10, 2019
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passionfruitsin
singapore194 contributions
Nov 2019 • Couples
With thousands of cruise passengers passing through Civitavecchia Port yearly, imaging my surprised when I was greeted by a rundown portholes station, definitely not friendly to anyone with trolly luggage when I arrived at the destination. Signboards were also lacking to direct people to the correct exits after one disembark from the train and lo and behold, the only lift that would have been handy if you are pulling luggage is out of order. Where did the millions collected from the cruise passengers disappear to I wonder. What a shame?
Written December 1, 2019
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