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Directions to Civitavecchia cruise port from Rome's Fiumicino Airport:

Take the "Leonardo Express" train from Fiumicino Airport to Rome's Termini Train Station (runs every 30 minutes and the trip takes 30 minutes).

From there, you can take a train to Civitavecchia. You can find schedules on either Tren Italia (Italian train company) or Bahn's website (DB Bahn is the German train company but their website provides comprehensive trains schedules throughout Europe)

Once at Civitavecchia's train station, exit on Via Della Republica. When facing the police station/or can see the sea which is accross from the police station (and therefore would have the train station behind you), walk to your right and stay on Via Della Republica which becomes Viale Guiseppe Garibaldi and you'll reach the port in 20 minutes.

Civitavecchia 's port is very large with activities extending way beyound tourism. It is very easy to get lost attempting to walk to your cruise ship. Do not attempt to walk all the way to your cruise ship, even if you can already see it in the distance. Instead, wait for the free shuttle bus operated by Civitavecchia Port Authority, the shuttle will drop you at the pier (Civitavecchi Port Authority provides a free shuttle bus service running every 30 minutes from pier to port gate and vice versa).

Price:

  • Leonardo Express train: 11 euros
  • Train: From 9 euros to 11.50 euros (depending on class of service)
  • Walking is free
  • The shuttle is free as well

Time required:

  • Leonardo Express train: 30 minutes
  • Train: About 1 hour
  • Walking: About 20 minutes
  • Shuttle: 30 minutes

 

Directions to Civitavecchia cruise port from Rome's Train Stations:

Take a train from Rome (Most likely from Roma Trastevere as it has more connections, but trains from Termini or Ostiense are slightly faster and Termini or Ostiense's stations are directly connected to the subway network) to Civitavecchia. You can find schedules on either Tren Italia (Italian train company) or Bahn's website (DB Bahn is the German train company but their website provides comprehensive trains schedules throughout Europe).

If taking the subway in Rome, you may consider getting a "Biglietto Integrato Regionale Giornaliero - BIRG" for about 9 euros and that ticket would cover both Rome's subway/bus system and travel to/from Civitavecchia in the same day. More info at Ciao Rome & FTRoute.

Once at Civitavecchia's train station, exit on Via Della Republica. When facing the police station/or can see the sea which is accross from the police station (and therefore would have the train station behind you), walk to your right and stay on Via Della Republica which becomes Viale Guiseppe Garibaldi and you'll reach the port in 20 minutes.

Civitavecchia 's port is very large with activities extending way beyound tourism. It is very easy to get lost attempting to walk to your cruise ship. Do not attempt to walk all the way to your cruise ship, even if you can already see it in the distance. Instead, wait for the free shuttle bus operated by Civitavecchia Port Authority, the shuttle will drop you at the pier (Civitavecchi Port Authority provides a free shuttle bus service running every 30 minutes from pier to port gate and vice versa).

Price:

  • Train: From 9 euros to 17.50 euros (depending on departure train station and class of service)

  • Walking is free

  • The shuttle is free as well

Time required:

  • Train: About 1 hour
  • Walking: About 20 minutes
  • Shuttle: 30 minutes

 

Luggage storage in Rome:

If you wish to stay in Rome for a few hours and would not have an hotel to store your luggage, you can use the luggage storage service at Rome's Termini train station for a cost of 4 euros for the first 5 hours. More details at Roma Termini - Left Luggage .

 

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