Civitavecchia Train StationHow to get from the Port of Civitavecchia to the train Station
Civitavecchia Train Station represents a strategic point for most of the tourists arriving to the port. It allows, actually, to get to Rome in less than 1 hour. There are two ways to get from the port to the Civitavecchia train station: by foot and by bus.
FROM THE PORT OF CIVITAVECCHIA TO THE RAILWAY STATION BY FOOT
Distance from the port: 1 km / 1.5 km (600 meters from Forte Michelangelo, 1.5 km from Largo della Pace)
Travel time: 10/20 minutes
From Fort Michelangelo exit from Varco Fortezza and take via Giuseppe Garibaldi, follow the directions for the train station.
From Largo della Pace pass the roundabout and take via XVI settembre, proceed along the street until the end and turn right. Take then via Giuseppe Garibaldi and follow the directions for the train station.
FROM THE PORT OF CIVITAVECCHIA TO THE RAILWAY STATION BY BUS
Distanca from the port: 1.5 km
Travel time: 10 minutes
Go to Largo della Pace and take a CSP (Civitavecchia Servizi Pubblici) bus or PortLink bus. Buses going to the station run about every 10 minutes.
Here's a summary timetable with the of the city buses operated by CSP. The average journey time and the bus frequency from Largo della Pace to the station is about 10 minutes.
|ROUTE ROUND-TRIP||DEPARTURE TIME*|
|Largo della Pace - Via XVI Settembre - Piazza Calamatta - Piazza V. Emanuele (Cathedral) - Largo Plebiscito - Viale Garibaldi - Stazione di Civitavecchia||Morning||from 7.30 to 12.00
every 10 minutes
|Stazione di Civitavecchia - Viale Garibaldi - Largo Plebiscito - Piazza V. Emanuele (Cathedral) - Piazza Calamatta - Via XVI Settembre - Largo della Pace||
|from 14.20 to 19.00
every 10 minutes
FROM THE PORT OF CIVITAVECCHIA TO THE STATION: USEFUL ADVICE
Cruise passengers disembarking at docks from 10 to 13 and willing to get to Civitavecchia Train Station can go directly on foot. The walk is less than 2 km in about 20 minutes you will arrive at the station, exiting from Varco Fortezza (map of the port of Civitavecchia).
Civitavecchia Station: assistance to persons with reduced mobility
All passengers with a disability or reduced mobility can benefit from a free assistance service, available only on request, at the Station of Civitavecchia. This is a useful service, especially to go up and down the stairs that lead to some of the platforms.
The service can be booked (at least 1 hour before) by calling the following numbers (from Italy):
- (+39) 800 90 60 60 (free number calling from a landline phone);
- (+39) 02 32 32 32 (number with a regular charge calling from a landline or mobile phone).
These numbers are active every day from 6.45 am to 9.30 pm (including holidays).
For further information, please refer to this page.
Connections and timetables to get to Rome from Civitavecchia Train Station
From Civitavecchia Train Station trains bound for Rome run approximately every 30 minutes.
You can get your ticket from the ticket office, and also from the news stand and at the bar inside the station.
Regional Trains and Fast Regional Trains:
- BIRG daily ticket: it is valid for a whole day and includes round-trip in addition to unlimited use of public transport in Rome (subway, bus and tramway). It costs €12 and it is advisable for who means to get around the capital. Take into account that every single trip costs €1.50.
- Kilometric ticket: it is valid for a one-way trip and it doesn't include public transports. The price varies depending on which station in Rome you will get off at. For example, 1 way from Civitavecchia to Roma S.Pietro costs €4.60 and round-trip is €9.20. On the other hand, 1 way from Civitavecchia to Roma Termini costs €5.00 (€10.00 round trip).
Intercity Trains bound for Roma Termini
- second class ticket costs €11 (first class €15) and it is recommended for who wants to get to Rome in short time. The trip, in fact, takes only 50 minutes to Roma Termini, with only one intermediate stop at Roma Ostiense.
Direct Trains - "Le Frecce"
- "Le Frecce" are new trains that don't do any intermediate stops and link Civitavecchia Train Station with Roma Termini and Roma Tiburtina. This is the most expensive option, but the best if you need to get to Rome fast. For further information about timetables and prices we invite you to refer to Trenitalia website.
The train runs four times daily and stops only at the intermediate stations of Roma San Pietro and Roma Ostiense. One way ticket is €10 and the return ticket is €15. Public transportation in Rome is not included.