Civitavecchia Town

Civitavecchia is a town in the province of Rome located in the central Italian region of Lazio which stands on an ancient territory once inhabited by the Etruscans. It is located about 65 km north of the international airport of Fiumicino and about 90km from Rome, easily reachable by the Roma – Civitavecchia highway as well as from the state road Via Aurelia.

Civitavecchia is known worldwide for its cruise port where millions of tourist embark and disembark each year thus making it a strategic hub in the Mediterranean Sea and a strong point for the Italian economy regarding the tourism sector. In addition to the numerous hotels, restaurants and shops, Civitavecchia is at the forefront for the transportation of individuals, couples, small and large groups of tourist who once arrived in the city intend to travel to the nearby city of Rome to spend magical moments in this wonderful city known worldwide for its cultural heritage that is unique in all the world. One of the most well-known transport companies and accredited by the general public is the Civitavecchia Shuttle Express that thanks to its twenty years of actual presence in the area has reached the highest levels of quality standards, guaranteeing to every type of traveler an avant-garde transport service with private transfers and shared shuttles. One, of course, can also get to Rome from the port of Civitavecchia by train.

The train station is about 600 meters from the south of the Cruise port making it easily accessible on foot, if you have good legs and not much luggage but first you must take the free port shuttle that makes stops alongside the ship and get off at the first stop just outside the restricted area of the port. Once arrived at the train station we can say that it is well connected with the Termini station in Rome. However, we cannot say that The Port of Civitavecchia is just as well connected with the airport of Rome Fiumicino, where, in fact, the tourist is forced to deal exclusively with private transport companies, taxis or tour buses, where the passenger is very often faced with a diverse range of prices frequently unclear and variable.

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