A Casa di Patrizia

Via Luigi Gherzi, 9, Rome, Lazio, 00136, Italy
A Casa di Patrizia
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transfers from citivecchia to the cruise ship port and downtown

by 344644

Are there trains or buses to transport passengers from Citivecchia to the city hotels, to the cruise ship port and reverse at the end of the trip?

Re: transfers from citivecchia to the cruise ship port and downtown

by mccalpin

Well, the cruise ship port is practically downtown in Civitavecchia - you could easily walk, if it weren't for your luggage. The whole town is scarcely more than 2 kilometers across. In any case, from a hotel in Civitavecchia to the dock is a short taxi ride...I couldn't speak to hotel shuttles, etc.

I have heard that in the summer at least that there is a free shuttle from the docks to the train station.

Or were you meaning to ask about the transport from the docks in Civitavecchia to the hotels in Rome?

Bill

Travel Tips for Rome

Not All Decorations Need a Host

by mrclay2000

Some of the best smaller decorations and ornaments are not necessarily fused onto hotel corners or beneath apartment windows. Much of Rome's neatest statuary stands in somewhat mutilated condition in the Forum. Others dot the landscape throughout the Villa Borghese, Rome's great park just outside the northern walls. Still others adorn the street, a square, or some other place. Freestanding, pensive, dramatic - you'll find them throughout the city.

discover hidden courtyards

by tompt

At the other side of the streets we discovered this courtyard with a nicely lit fountain. Just like the previous tip it was a complete surprise to find something so beautifull behind an open door in a very dull street.

Buses from Ciampino to Termini

by geoveo

Terravision's Rome Coach Services

This is a direct bus service, timed to coincide with flights, which connects Ciampino with Stazione Termini in the centre of Rome. This airport service has always seemed fairly efficient, and is, after a taxi, the most efficient and comfortable way to get into Rome. The journey takes around 40 minutes, depending on traffic. If you book online you can avoid ticket queues, with tickets for €8 one way/ €14 return.

A newer and infrequent bus service, also run by Schiaffini, connects the airport with Termini. It's slightly cheaper than the Terravision bus, costing €5 each way (although you may be asked to pay an extra €1 per suitcase), but it only runs about seven times a day, and is less comfortable. Tickets are bought from the driver or staff by the bus, and the service uses the bus stop just outside the terminal building at Ciampino. At Termini the bus stops at the poorly-indicated Cotral stop for Fiuggi.

You will find details and links to book directly on this site:
http://www.italyheaven.co.uk/rome/ciampino.html

Great Pasta for a good price!

by yellowstar about Tevernetta 48

Excellent Italian food!!! You can have Pasta that is fantastic! Meat is also available but I loved the Pasta.
You can sit outside (about 8 tables, so book in advance or pass by at 7 pm) in a calm street . You are in the centre of Rome but you believe you are in a tiny village somewhere in Italy. The Pasta is very well done, spicy and fresh!

Piazza Navona

by tere1

The Piazza Navona is a marvel of light and sculpture. It's the longest Piazza in Rome. The piazza marks the area for the races in the stadium.
It features many fine old buildings, a beautiful church and three stunning fountains.

Piazza Navona is an extremely lively place with open air cafes around it. During the summer there are numerous artists who draw or paint members of the public for a fee. The place is crowded each day and there are often buskers and sometimes mimes to entertain.

No visit to Rome is complete without a visit to this Piazza.

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