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  • Civitavecchia Port; guide and useful info

    The Port of Civitavecchia, established by Emperor Trajan, as the port of Rome, for several ages has symbolized the premise of trade and contact among the list of persons of historic "Mare Nostrum".

    Civitavecchia even now enjoys this honored location , in the heart of a contemporary and productive railway, route and airport community that connect the capital and center of Italy to the rest of the world.

    Due to the new Port Regulatory Plan, the Port of Civitavecchia has expanded its industrial traffic achieving a total of 2 million tons of volume items. Additionally it is ideal for the entry to crucial Italian attractions and crucial Mediterranean sea luxury cruise routes. The traveler flow raise continues to be preferred with a long-standing policy which also observed the foundation, in 1991, from the Co-ordination with the Center Tyrrhenian Sea that is aimed at growing Quick Sea Shipping involving Civitavecchia and also the Sardinian ports (Olbia-Golfo Aranci, Cagliari and Porto Torres).

    Civitavecchia is aimed at helping the visitor flow with the goal to become the most crucial cruise port in the Mediterranean.

    Port Authority of Civitavecchia

    Molo Vespucci 00053 Civitavecchia - Italy

    Tel: +39 0766 366201

    Email: autorita@portidiroma.it

  • Civitavecchia port: useful numbers

    - FIRE BRIGATE Tel. 0766/23333
    - HARBOUR MASTER OFFICE Tel. 0766/366401
    - CUSTOMS Tel. 0766/23303
    - FINANCIAL POLICE Tel. 0766/35316
    - POLICE Tel. 113
    - SEA RESCUE SERVICE Tel. 1530
    - FIRST AID Tel. 0766/31624
    - PORT AUTHORITY Tel. 0766/366222
    - MARINE HEALTH OFFICE Tel. 0766/366363
  • How to get from/to Civitavecchia port

    There are fundamentally two methods for going between Civitavecchia, the town where the port for voyage boats is found, and focal Rome: via prepare or by private auto. Some journey lines will offer a transport from the ship to a prepare station or lodging in Rome for perhaps €69 per individual, one way. This is advantageous just if there is one individual voyaging. In the event that taking a prepare or voyage transport, add a couple of more Euros to get to your definitive goal.

    By Train

    Prepare (4.60 or 5 € per individual - every route): There are a few nearby prepares every hour amongst Rome and Civitavecchia. These trains leave from Termini and furthermore stop at Tuscolana, Ostiense, Trastevere, and San Pietro stations (obviously, in switch arrange going from Civitavecchia to Rome). The cost is 4.60 € every way for every grown-up from/to any station in Rome aside from Termini (5 € only for this station), and the voyage takes a little more than 60 minutes.

    By and large Termini is not the station to prescribe to make this voyage: utilizing alternate stations in Rome make the excursion shorter (and somewhat less expensive), and permits to achieve various spots in Rome; in addition, in Termini these trains leave and touch base at an auxiliary stage fairly a long way from the focal point of the station, which is by one means or another an issue.

    There are no seat reservations and tickets can't offer out. Before you get on the prepare, you should time-stamp the ticket in a green machine at the station. There is a day pass accessible in the station, called the BIRG ticket costing €12, which covers go to and from Rome, and furthermore gives you boundless utilization of transports, metro, and cable cars (streetcars) for the whole day in Rome.

    Remember that these are passenger trains, so in the surge hours they can be exceptionally swarmed.

    In the event that you leave from Civitavecchia, enable a sufficient measure of time to purchase your prepare tickets: the station is little and has not all that many counters or candy machines, so you are probably going to need to line before getting your ticket.

    Additionally note for voyage travelers, you can get carry given by journey from ship toward the North entryway (a long walk generally). The North door is around one mile from the prepare station. Walk time is around 30 minutes. There is additionally a city transport that runs at regular intervals. Pleople ought to allot around 45 minutes to go from the ship to the prepare station and the other way around. The prepare station can likewise be come to by taxi.

    Quick prepare (€9,50 to €19,00 per individual - every route): There are a couple of quicker InterCity prepares between Roma Termini and Civitavecchia, costing €9,50 in useless and €12,50 in top of the line and halting just at Ostiense amongst Termini and Civitavecchia. There is one of these trains appropriate for day-trip journey travelers which leaves Civitavecchia at 09:19, yet no other quick morning quick prepares toward that path. There are additionally a couple Frecciabianca trains which cost €13,50 in inferior or €19,00 in top of the line. These trains don't stop at different stations in Rome. All seats on InterCity and Frecciabianca trains must be saved ahead of time, which should be possible here. The seat reservation is incorporated into the cost of the ticket. The voyage takes 45 to 50 minutes. The BIRG ticket is not substantial on these trains.

    Plans: For all prepare times see Trenitalia, however take note of that expenses of the nearby prepares are not demonstrated over 7 days ahead.

    There is additionally an informal site where timetables are advantageously made accessible as printable PDFs for you to bring on travel: traintorome.maxonthenet.altervista.org. A similar site likewise contains other helpful data for prepare explorers, for example, an initially diagram of current prepare delays.

    Quick Track Express Train to Rome (19.00 euros-Round Trip): private prepare benefit presented in 2011 for journey explorers. The administration is proposed to give a safe direct exchange to the Vatican Station (S. Pietro). Not accessible consistently, it is supplemented with the Bus return exchange benefit which runs all the more routinely (see beneath). For calendar and booking of the Fast Treck Vatican Express Train see here.

    By Bus/Civitavecchia <-> Rome

    By Bus (from €19.00 per individual) - Service offered with an arrival on time ensure, withdraws and comes back from the port. Travel time roughly 1.5 h every way. Standard takeoff 09:30 am, different takeoffs accessible for boats that land at various circumstances. For calendar and booking of the Port to Rome return transport see here.

    Via auto/Rome

    Private auto with driver (€130 upwards per auto): There are various organizations that give this administration. Two organizations that are profoundly suggested are romecabs.com and romeshuttlelimousine.com.

    A private auto is absolutely confortable and might be a decent alternative in some specific cases, however utilizing train is unarguably considerably less expensive (and less contaminating).

    Going amongst Civitavecchia and the Rome Fiumicino Airport

    For this trip there are couple of alternatives: by private exchange or taxi, via prepare and by transport.

    By private exchange (from € 120 for each auto) - travel time around 50 min. There are a few decent organizations that give this administration. Look in Rome or Civitavecchia gatherings for remarks about an organization before booking (read more above).

    By shared exchange (from € 85 for every gathering of 2) - travel time roughly 50 min.


    Civitavecchia Shuttle Express

    Civitavecchia Cab Service.

    By Bus (€20.00 per individual) - Direct exchange from Port to FCO airplane terminal or from FCO air terminal to port. Travel time around 50 min. Leaves from port at 09:30 am, lands at FCO by 10:30 am. Leaves from Airport at 11:30 am touches base at port by 12:30 pm. Not accessible consistently. Plan and internet reserving for the Civitavecchia-FCO transport exchange found here.

    Via prepare - travel time around 2 hours. Take the FR1 rural prepare (not the Leonardo Express) from FCO towards Rome and get off at the Trastevere station, where you can change to a neighborhood prepare to Civitavecchia. Invert if going the other way. Requires some strolling with baggage, evolving trains, and likely going here and there flights of stairs at station.

    A few people assert it is financially savvy to lease an auto at FCO and drop off at Civitavecchia (or the other path round), be that as it may, this appears to be impossible. You can read more on rental auto organizations in Rome here: Rome: Taxis and Rental Cars

    When heading out from FCO to Civitavecchia, an official Rome taxi ought to have a settled cost of €130.

  • Civitavecchia port taxi: from to Rome airports - Rome city

    If you want to be save stressed and no time consuming, well a private taxi is the best choice.

    We keep our rates fixed for al our transfers and we can provide for your transfer:

    Basically our rates for a private taxi is the same for all kind of trip:

    • Sedan mercedes car from 1 to 3 passengers euro 130 
    • Minivan from 4 to 5 passengers euro 150 
    • Van from 6 to up 8 passengers euro 170

    All the above costs are per car no per person: bags and tax are included.

    All our drivers are licensed to get inside the port. In fact we pay an annual fee to get inside the port of Civitavecchia.

    We will pick you up or drop you off just outside the ship.


  • What to see and to do in Civitavecchia?

    Terme Taurine


    The archaeological site of Terme Taurine rises above a hill surrounded by greenery, about 5 km from the center of Civitavecchia. Also known as Terme di Traiano, named after the Roman emperor, the founder of the city, is one of the most important Romanesque thermal complexes in all of southern Etruria.

    If you are in Civitavecchia just passing by and you have to arrange a few hours, we strongly recommend visiting the Terme Taurine for a suggestive dip in the past. After the visit we recommend a relaxing break at the nearby Ficoncella Spa Baths, famous for the therapeutic properties of their hot water.
    The name comes from the Latin term taurus meaning bull. The baths were described in the travel diary of poet Rutilio Claudio Namaziano (416 AD), which tells us that the name originates from a legend that a bull (probably assimilated to a deity) would break the earth before starting a fight, and So the source of hot sulfuric acid from the beneficial properties would sprinkle. In fact, legend aside, it is very likely that the name Taurine Terme comes directly from the ancient pond of Aquae Tauri, from which the spring gushed.

    At the slopes of the Tolfa Mountains, in fact, near the ancient pond of Aquae Tauri, the source still flowing through the Taurine Thermal Springs. Several studies suggest that the area of ​​the complex was identified with the villa of the Emperor Trajan and it is well known that thermal springs were well-known and appreciated for their therapeutic virtues since antiquity.

    The first to enhance its waters were the Etruscans who built rudimentary baths, which in turn were developed and expanded only in Roman times.

    In the Sillana Age (90-70 BC), the new building was named after Terme Taurine and developed in the Traiana period, followed by a further expansion towards the end of the Hadrian's empire. The spa area was greatly frequented throughout the imperial age until the empire's decadence. During the war between the Goths and the Byzantines, the complex was abandoned altogether; Only in the middle of the last century projects were initiated to restore the spas which unfortunately never came to fruition.

    Today, in the archaeological park of the Taurine Baths, water does not flow anymore, but if you want to appreciate the therapeutic properties of its hot waters, we recommend visiting the nearby Ficoncella Spa complex.


    By car:
    - from the south (Rome): along the motorway A12 (E 80) exit Civitavecchia Nord; Turn left in direction Tolfa (SP 7b), after about 1 km;
    - From the north (Grosseto): take Via Aurelia (SS1), take Highway A12 (E 80) in direction Roma exit Civitavecchia Nord; Turn left in direction Tolfa (SP 7b,) arrival after about 1 km.
    By means of the means: Line B takes three daily races departing from the Civitavecchia Railway Station and passing through Largo della Pace. Running hours: 9.10 / 11.10 / 12.10

    Open daily from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm. The ticket office closes at 13.00.

    For information and guided tours, please call +39 327269699665 or visit the site prolococivitavecchia.com

    Whole: 8,00 €
    Reduced over 65: 5,00 €
    Reduced under 12: 3,00 €

    The Marina - Piazzale della vita
    The marina

    The Navy of Civitavecchia includes all that stretch of promenade starting from Forte Michelangelo, passing through Viale Garibaldi and the Pirgo plant goes south to Borgo Odescalchi.

    The Navy has become a real focal point for the city, hosting events, concerts and events. The core of all activities is the large area of Piazza della Vita (already Piazzale delle Eventi) in front of Forte Michelangelo where in summer it is also easy to find exhibitions of local products and handicrafts, stalls, rides and games for children, bar, street Food, kiosks and outdoor venues.

    Tourist harbor Riva di Traiano
    The Traian Sea Port is about 4 km from the south entrance of Civitavecchia Harbor (Varco Fortezza) and 5 Km from the Largo della Pace entrance. Getting there by car is easy: take Viale Garibaldi straight ahead. The entrance is on Via Aurelia (SS1) at Km 67,580.
    To visit the Marina, the entrance is free of charge and you can contact 0766/366401 for information
    - Email: direzione@rivaditraiano.com

    Piazza Leandra
    Fontana Leandra

    Piazza Leandra, in the heart of the historic center, is the oldest square in the city around which the characteristic medieval village develops. A compulsory stage for those looking for a suggestive and pleasant walk between ancient lanes and traces of the past.

    In the center of the square, between two old buildings, there is a fountain of medieval origin re-activated in 2015. Over it overlooks the small and beautiful Church of the Star (1688), one of the oldest in Civitavecchia.

    A Visitor's Advice: If you love medieval history we suggest you access by entering the nearby Piazza Aurelio Saffi (also known as San Giovanni) through the striking passage of the Arcto, archetto the door upstream of the ancient cinta (IX century) Gives the name to the homonymous neighborhood and from which you can reach the Church of Death, the absolute oldest in the whole city.

    The mystery of the paintings of Leandra Square - Paintings 18 6 2013 (32)

    In a private house in the same Leandra Square you can visit the famous raffaer's frescoes of the Vatican's Hymen Room, painted by Pope Julius II between 1510 and 1513 (this would be a replica).

    If you want to know the story of this wonderful discovery that took place in 1972, you can book the guided tour at 0766.28493 or send an email to info@cralcivitavcchia.it or fill in the form at the Cral Civitavecchia site.

    Please note that you will need to wait for a confirmed date to consider booking valid.