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Civitavecchia Port, Civitavecchia

Categories: Piers & Boardwalks, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • A porto bello, well maintained and cared for. During the Roman domination the Civitavecchia port went into competition with the port of Ostia to manage supplies in Rome. Deprived of the Roman Empire, the port retained its importance and in a few centuries became the first port of the Tyrrhenian Sea, attracting the attention of Turkish pirates. This port continuously adjusted and readjusted remains unchanged since Roman times. From here you can reach Rome, Tarquinia, Ostia antica age. Cruise ships "Park" very good and the staff is attentive to guest safety.
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  • Civitavecchia is a port of very easy access from the road if you are coming by car. Very nice places for lunch or a coffee. Good shopping and reasonable prices. To disembark from a cruise ship is easy and cheap to get transfer to the airport; a shared bus costs 20 euros per person. To go to Rome, for 4 people with luggage transfer costs between 160 and 220 euros.
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  • Two times now, we started our cruise in Rome and both time Civitavecchia proved itself to be a very welcoming port. Easily accesible, either by train or car. I took my morning run through the gate and...  read more »
  • I took a train from Rome to Civitavecchia for a cruise. I then boarded the Royal Bus to the port entrance. I discovered that the drivers will not assist in loading the luggage under the bus. While loading my luggage, the impatient driver closed the automatic cargo door almost pinning me under the bus. After a short ride to the port entrance, the passengers had to unload their luggage from under the first bus and transfer to it another Royal Bus reloading it under the second bus. The second driver was rude and abusive as I did not load my luggage to his satisfaction. The area under the bus was filthy and had folded up carpets and other debris to contend with. He also let me know in strong terms that as the driver, he was not to be expected to help. Then, at the ship, you need to unload the luggage from under the bus, again.On the return trip, I left my cruise ship early to catch a train. However, the first bus did not show up. I had to take a taxi to the train station, instead. I will never go through this port again. I would rate it zero if the system would allow it.
  • Trying to find out to get there is difficult at best. This port does not look easy to navigate as a tourist with bags. It does not look like other cruise ports.
  • not enough chairs, basically an empty warehouse
  • I saw sea urchins on the Boardwalk I think it's a sign of clean sea
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  • A very large with several roundabouts, luckily port indicated the posters and the checkpoint leads you to the dock that you belong, in our case to 2 to travel by MSC. The port has a new place which earned him the sea for parking and transit of persons before tackling, the place is comfortable and is heated, is where you end up selling all packets to non-contracting at the beginning eye reading the small print the cruise costs rising a bit, anyway, the experience is recommended.
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