Civitavecchia Port, Civitavecchia

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  • Greetings readers, to go to Rome the view Carnival Cruise made a stop in this picturesque port. From the port you can get different ways that will take you to the eternal city. Chivitavecchia to Rome is about an hour by bus and 40 minutes by train. Although the city itself is not a large point of interest if attracts a large number of cruise ships that make it stop for passengers to go to Rome. They told me Civitavecchia means Pueblo Antiguo.
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  • On the way to the ferry for Sardinia, given signs in my view impractical, we got to visit the Marina, obviously more quaint than that too "industrial" of the ferry ...
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  • It was a very hot day 42 degrees and 10 hours visit, we visited the Vatican square didn't go inside a 1.1/2 hour queue, then we went to Trevi fountain very beautiful a lot bigger than expected and ver...  more »
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  • A very large cruise port also offering several ferry terminals. Nothing to see or do in the operational port area. Passenger pedestrian movement in the port restricted due to ISPS regulations. Shuttle bus services to the port gates provided by private companies. Taxis permitted to enter port and travel to passenger berths.
  • was surprised at how small it was. they were operating out of a tent. after boarding a cruise in Florida this seemed so basic. our taxi took us right to the boarding. that was a time saver
  • The Civitavecchia harbor is quite chaotic. We had to take a ferry to Sicily. First of all, when you have an digital ticket, printed, no one is telling you that you have to validated it at the “Biglietteria” – autostrade del mare, so most of the travelers in que, ready to get on board, are sent back to validate their ticket. Based on the amount if people present and ready to board for different destinations, the number of toilets is basic and they are not enough places where you can buy water or something to eat. Since you have to wait at least 2 hours before boarding that is a lot of time in the sun. Perhaps at the secured entrance of the harbor there should be English speaking guards and they should inform the passengers about the validation of their electronic tickets. Better traffic signs and more bars or vending machines with water and food (on the piers) could improve the boarding experience.
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  • It's an operating port, so nothing to do other than to board your ship. If you're walking here for a cruise, keep your eyes to the right as you head toward the port as there will be a free shuttle area, usually guarded by the army, to take you to your specific ship. For security reasons, you can't walk right up to your vessel yourself even if Google Maps says otherwise.

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