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Travel from Rome to Civitavecchia

by struscott

I have seen many comments about travel from Rome to Civitavecchia to catch a cruise. I have seen mention of a free shuttle bus at the port entrance to the ship. Does this shuttle run all the time? I can't seem to find any confirmation about this shuttle. I was planning on taking the train from Rome as it is so much cheaper and we are staying 5 minutes from the station in Rome. I have heard people say the limo cost is about 60 euro but all quotes I have so far are much higher. Can anyone tell me how to find out about this bus shuttle?

Re: Travel from Rome to Civitavecchia

by travelgourmet

There is a shuttle run by the Port, not the cruise lines. It goes from the Old Fort that is a short walk from the train terminal, to the docks. If you have a lot of luggage this will be hard to do. I did not take it but I saw it. I took a private company driver and car from Rome. Taxis could not go into the docks when I was last there, only the driver of private hire cars/vans/limos. I would check out a taxi company in Civitavecchia to see it they now go directly to the dock of your ship from the train terminal.

Re: Travel from Rome to Civitavecchia

by abraxa

Hi,
the shuttle exists and runs quite often during embarcation times.From Roma Termini to Civitavecchia: 2-3 trains every hour (45/80 minutes trip). It is possible to catch trains to Civitavecchia also from the Trastevere and Ostiense Stations
Catch your train well in advance, so as compensate for possible shuttle delays. You can catch the shuttle from just outside the, more frequent if you walk (5min, pleasant) to the entrance of the port, as you walk in, on your left. Civitavecchia is worthed a visit.
ciao A

Re: Travel from Rome to Civitavecchia

by jim816

When we traveled last year, we took a car service back to the airport and then used the curise line bus to get us to the port. All you have to do is give the cruise line a flight number that you are coming in on that morning and you can book the transportation with them. I have done this once in Chile and again last year in Rome and had no problems.

Sandy O

Re: Travel from Rome to Civitavecchia

by abraxa

Might not work, as at times they ask for your coupon/ticket.
A

Re: Travel from Rome to Civitavecchia

by jim816

You have to buy the transportation form the cruise lines.

Travel Tips for Rome

The ARC OF CONSTANTINE

by Krystynn

The awesome ARC OF CONSTANTINE.

Erected in the year 315 A.D. by the Roman Senate, this amazing monument is still intact today.

Don't miss it. It's just a stone's throw away from the mighty Coliseum.

Frascati

by fishandchips

Frascati is another Roman hill town with a busy wine industry. It is one of several hilltowns to the south-east of Rome known collectively as the Castelli Romani. It's located 21km from Rome and is easily reachable by public transport. COTRAL buses run frequently from Anagnina metro station (at the end of the A Metro line).

A side trip here will give you nice views over Rome from one of the many vinyards where sampling a bit of vino is a must. The Cathedral is also worth a look, as is a wander around the medieval streets. The most impressive Villa to visit is the Villa Aldobrandini. It was designed by Giacomo Della Porta and really dominates the town. You can't get inside the Villa but you can visit the gardens once you have a permit from the tourist office (so pop there first!!).

Metro

by ArianaR

You can buy an all day pass for 4 euros per person. We used this quit a bit and it was clean on time and really nice when you are tired from walking around all day. If you walk all the to the end of the platform it is a lot less crowded (as certain times of the days people are packed in like sardines). For some reason everyone tries to get in the center of the cart and end up squishing together? But we were never uncomfortable or huddled together like penguins because we walked to the end of the platform and boarded there.

Abruzzi

by myriam_c about Abruzzi

Family owned restaurant from more than 35 years with specialties from the Abruzzi area of Italy (where the owners originate from).

TIP: go early (i.e. before 8 pm) or make a reservation. Fills up very quickly. Husband:
Pasta tonarello (THE Roman specialty)
Osso bucco

Me:
Rigatoni a la carbonara
Scallopine di vitello al funghi porcini

NO DOME, BUT SUPER

by travelgourmet

The Colosseo of Rome is magnificent to see. The size is larger in person than the pictures that show off the curves of the stadium. I know that there are a lot of pics and comments on the Colosseo on VT, but first time tourists should know that the best way to get there is the 110 open trambus.

The 110 Open Bus stops right in front of the Colosseo and you can get off, explore the ruins and get back on the 110 later. Twelve stops in all on the 110 gets you to all the major attractions of Rome.

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