Have you bought the ticket for your cruise that will take you to touch the Port of Civitavecchia and now you are wondering how to move, how to reach Rome and the main monuments? Here you are the Cruise Guide of the Port of Civitavecchia!
Destinations, connections and practical advice in a single brochure – conceived, designed and produced by Port Mobility – distributed free of charge at the Infopoint in Largo della Pace.
The guide also contains a map of the Port of Civitavecchia with all the useful information to visit it and find your way around between entrances (pedestrian and car), shuttle buses, car parks, infopoints and the indication of all the main monuments of the Historic Port.
THE CRUISER’S GUIDE: HOW TO GET TO…
How to get to Rome from the Port of Civitavecchia? How do I get to Civitavecchia station? And in how long? Where to go to Rome with a few hours available? What can I see in and around Civitavecchia?
We have summarized in this infographic all the questions you ask our Infopoints daily:
Once you arrive at the Service Center Largo della Pace on board a shuttle bus you can decide to:
GO TO ROME and reach the Civitavecchia Station on foot in 20 minutes or by one of the CSP buses in 6 minutes. The main stops are St. Peter’s Station (St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican Museums and Castel Sant’Angelo), Trastevere Station (Rione Trastevere, Campo de Fiori, Piazza Navona and Pantheon), Ostiense Station (Pyramid, Colosseum, Imperial Forums) and Termini Station (crucial junction to go to Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain and St. John Lateran Basilica). In addition to the metro lines A and B, we recommend you to take bus 64 and tram 8 which allow you to easily reach monuments and historic squares of Rome such as Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Campo de Fiori and Piazza Venezia. Not included in the infographics, but the Civitavecchia Express is also available, with four daily timetable, which makes only the intermediate stops of Rome St. Peter’s and Rome Ostiense. Read our guide: HOW TO MOVE IN ROME.
GO TO TARQUINIA reaching, on foot in 10 minutes or by CSP bus in 3 minutes, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele. From here starts the Cotral bus that will take you to Tarquinia in 25 minutes.
DISCOVER THE TERME TAURINE by getting on one of the CSP buses that leave from Piazza Vittorio Emanuele.
ARRIVING AT THE AIRPORT OF FIUMICINO rome airport by taking one of the trains of line LF1 that depart every day from Roma Trastevere Station.
TO VISIT CIVITAVECCHIA walking through the historic center, market, marina and admiring the monuments of the city and its port.
THE CRUISER’S GUIDE: HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO…
Here we intend to respond to one of the cruiser’s most important themes: if I visit this city or this monument, will I be able to return to the Port of Civitavecchia in time for the departure of my ship? So, next to the infographic “How to get to” we have written a short guide “How long does it take to get to”, inserting times and means to use to reach the main points of interest in Rome:
So, starting from the Civitavecchia train station, you will be able to reach
COLOSSEO AND IMPERIAL FORES in 1 hour and 10 minutes. Get off at Roma Ostiense Station, walk to the “Piramide” stop of the Metro line B to the “Colosseum” stop.
BASILICA SAN PIETRO E VATICANO in 1 hour and 5 minutes. Get off at Roma San Pietro Station and walk for 15/20 minutes towards St. Peter’s Basilica.
PIAZZA DI SPAGNA E FONTANA DI TREVI in 1 hour and 30 minutes. Get off at Roma Termini Station and take the metro line A to the “Spagna” stop.
PANTHEON AND PIAZZA NAVONA in 1 hour and 25 minutes. Get off at Roma San Pietro Station, take bus 64 for 12 stops and get off at Largo Argentina, from there walk for 5 minutes to the Pantheon.
THE CRUISER’S GUIDE: MAP OF THE PORT OF CIVITAVECCHIA
The map is complete with all the news and useful information to orient yourself and move easily within the port of Civitavecchia but also to discover it and visit its main monuments.