Mamma Mia B&B

via Emanuele Filiberto 73, Rome, 00185, Italy
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Rome Transportation

by Ernie44

We are planning a relocation trip with a cruise ship this fall. Our plan is to fly from the USA to Rome, spend a few days sightseeing. We then want to know the best and least expensive way to get to the port where the cruise ships are for the trip back to the USA.


Re: Rome Transportation

by effeti

99% the ship will be departing from the port of Civitavecchia, right? (please, check... as Rome is not on the sea and has not a proper "Rome" port).

If so, train to Civitavecchia station (inquire from here: )

Starting Station: Roma Termini
Arrival: Civitavecchia

Les than an hour an a half on slower trains.

Re: Rome Transportation

by craic

here is a link to a thread that may help you

Re: Rome Transportation

by leics

Assuming it is Civitavecchia you can also use for train times, detaisl and fares in English.

Journey from Rome Termini to Civitavecchia is around an hour (varies according to train time) with no changes. One-way fare is 4.5 euro.

You will need to walk (around 15 minutes) or take bus/taxi from Civitavecchia railway station to the cruise terminal.

If you are departing from another port then train will still be the cheapest and easiest way to get there, and the site I've linked will give you details.

Re: Rome Transportation

by travelgourmet

You have received great tips on the least expensive way to get to the port. The best way is with a car and driver. Yes, not cheap, but then if you have a lot of luggage to carry to the train station and then on a train with you and then walk to the port with, you might want to consider a car and driver. My wife and I have gone from Roma to Civitavecchia with a car and a great owner/driver, Sandro, who speaks English. See my VT Page on Sandro and his car company if you want to be driven (and pampered) to the port (right to the dock). Website page:

Travel Tips for Rome

Roman castle bridge

by Kodi01

This bridge flanks Nero's bridge, further down-stream.

The bridge consists of three large central arches and two inclined ramps supported by three smaller arches on the right bank and two on the left bank. Most of the structural parts of the Mausoleum, which was incorporated into Castel S. Angelo in the Middle Ages, have been preserved. It was a beautiful day in October, so hot at 80 degrees that I had to buy a Michaelangelo castle from vendors outside of the castle.

Fontana delle Tartarughe

by adema29

Piazza Mattei, named after an important family of the Middle Ages, hosts the Tortoise Fountain. One of the most beautiful fountains in Rome, it was designed by Giacomo Della Porta at the end of the 16th century. The tortoises were added in 1658 by Bernini.

watching a movie

by sinoda about il Reale

At the same time please consider this a warning.

Going to the movies in Rome (and maybe in Italy in general) means to be quick. When an international movie's opening you have little time to watch it in the original version, for after some time only the Italian version will be available.

In Rome there is to my knowledge no really organised and properly working cinema forum where you can get adequate info on on-going movies. none


by IckleHelen about Caffè Sant' Eustachio

The Coffee was good as everyone says. It costs 1 Euro for an Expresso standing at the bar.

We first went in the daytime and because it is so popular it was very busy. A couple of days later we went in the evening after a meal round the Piazza Navona area, it was nice and quiet.

We also liked the Geleto served at the shop directly opposite, it was the best we had during our trip.

Vatican Tour with Roman Empire Tours

by EpicJourney

Just came back from Rome. Had a ball. Actually we came across something brilliant and we want to share it. Jimmy our tour guide on the vatican tour was just amazing so much so we bought him a bottle of whiskey and got him to give us a private tour the next day.

We will be definitely using him next time we come and want our friends who are going there in a couple of weeks to use them. He has great passion for art and makes his tours very entertaining. He works for Roman Empire Tours -


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 Mamma Mia B&B

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Address: via Emanuele Filiberto 73, Rome, 00185, Italy