Civitavecchia Train StationHow to get from the Port of Civitavecchia to the train Station.
Civitavecchia Train Station is a strategic point for tourists arriving to the port. In fact, it allows you to reach Rome in less than 1 hour. There are two ways to get from the port of Civitavecchia to the train station: on foot or by bus.
FROM THE PORT OF CIVITAVECCHIA TO THE TRAIN STATION ON 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 at Varco Fortezza and take via Giuseppe Garibaldi, then follow the directions for the train station.
From Largo della Pace, go past the roundabout and take via XVI settembre, continue to the end of the street and turn right. Then take via Giuseppe Garibaldi and follow the signs for the train station.
FROM THE PORT OF CIVITAVECCHIA TO THE TRAIN STATION BY BUS
Distance from the port: 1.5 km
Travel time: 10 minutes
Go to Largo della Pace and take a CSP (Civitavecchia Servizi Pubblici) bus or a PortLink bus. Buses going to the station run about every 10 minutes.
Here is a summary timetable with the information about CSP city buses. The average journey time and frequency of buses 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 - Civitavecchia Train Station||Morning||from 7.30 am to 12 pm
every 10 minutes
|Civitavecchia Train Station - Viale Garibaldi - Largo Plebiscito - Piazza V. Emanuele (Cathedral) - Piazza Calamatta - Via XVI Settembre - Largo della Pace||
|from 2.20 pm to 7 pm
every 10 minutes
FROM THE PORT OF CIVITAVECCHIA TO THE STATION: USEFUL ADVICE
Cruise passengers disembarking at docks number 10 to 13 can easily reach Civitavecchia's train station on foot. The walk is less than 2 km, so in about 20 minutes you will arrive at the station. You have to take the exit at Varco Fortezza (map of the port of Civitavecchia).
Civitavecchia Station: assistance for people with reduced mobility
For all passengers with disabilities or reduced mobility, a free assistance service is available at Civitavecchia Station (only on request). This is a useful service, especially to go up and down the stairs that lead to some of the platforms.
The service can be requested (at least 1 hour in advance) by contacting the following numbers (from Italy):
- (+39) 800 90 60 60 (toll-free number from a landline);
- (+39) 02 32 32 32 (ordinary rate number 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 visit this page.
Connections and timetables to get to Rome from Civitavecchia Train Station
A train runs every 30 minutes from Civitavecchia train Station to Rome.
You can buy the ticket at the ticket office, but also at the kiosco or at the bar inside the station.
Regional Trains and Fast Regional Trains:
- BIRG daily ticket: it is a round-trip ticket valid for one day, including an unlimited use of public transport in Rome (subway, bus and tramway). The price is €12 and it is recommended for those who want to get around the capital city. Please note that each single ticket on public transport costs €1.50.
- Kilometer ticket: it is a one-way ticket and it doesn't include all public transport. The price varies depending on which station in Rome you get off at. For example, one-way ticket from Civitavecchia to Roma S.Pietro costs €4.60, while a round-trip is €9.20; one-way ticket from Civitavecchia to Roma Termini costs €5.00 (and a round-trip costs €10.00).
Intercity Trains bound for Roma Termini Station
- second class ticket costs €11 (first class €15) and it is recommended for those 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 as quick as possible. For further information about timetables and prices, please visit Trenitalia website.
This train runs four times daily and stops only at the intermediate stations of Roma San Pietro and Roma Ostiense. One-way ticket costs €10 and the round-trip ticket is €15. Public transportation in Rome is not included.