1. How can I get to the Port of Civitavecchia from the station?

 

From Civitavecchia Train Station you can take a CSP (Civitavecchia Servizi Pubblici) bus running every 20 minutes and connecting the station with Largo della Pace. Tickets are 2€ (luggage included) and you can buy them on board, at the newsstand and at the bar of the station.

From Largo della Pace you can take a free shuttle bus that runs every 20 minutes and takes you straight to the piers of the port and other points of interest.

Otherwise, from the station you can go on foot to the pedestrian entrance of Varco Fortezza (about 600 meters), flanking Fort Michelangelo and go the the end-of-line stop "Molo del Bicchiere". From there you can take a free shuttle bus that will take you to the piers or back to Largo della Pace. Click here for further information.

2. And the other way round... from the Port of Civitavecchia to the station?

 

If you are on a ship and you want to get to Civitavecchia Train Station, you can go by bus, on foot or using a private transfer (taxi, hire with driver services).

By bus, you can get on a free shuttle connecting the piers with Largo della Pace and then wait for a CSP (Civitavecchia Servizi Pubblici) bus or PortLink bus, that will take you to the station in about 15 minutes for €2 per passenger.

On foot, you have 2 options:

1. you can get on a free shuttle, but instead of arriving at Largo della Pace, you stop at "Bramante". The stop is a few ateps away from the Fort Michelangelo and really close to the pedestrian exit "Varco Fortezza". From there, walking for about 600 meters along Viale Garibaldi you will arrive at the station.

2. you can get to Largo della Pace with the free shuttle and then go on foot to the station, but it will take a bit longer: this is the best option if you are not in a hurry and you wish to go shopping in the city.

Please Note: the stop Bramante (option 1) works only from 11.30 am to 2.30 pm.

3. How can I get around inside the Port of Civitavecchia?

 

You can easily get around the port using the free shuttles of Port Mobility, running every 20 minutes and connecting every point of interest of the port.

5. What is and where is Largo della Pace?

 

The area called Largo della Pace, main hub and information point of the Port of Civitavecchia is close to the port entrance of Varco Vespucci: point of boarding and disembarkation of cruise passengers.

From Largo della Pace infatti, in addition to getting on a shuttle bus to reach the piers of the port, you can also get on a CSP (Civitavecchia Servizi Pubblici) bus that will take you to the train station, get on a SIT (Società Italiana Trasporti) Shuttle Bus that will take you to Roma S. Pietro and Roma Termini, get on foot to the stop in Piazza Vittorio Emanuele and get on a Cotral bus (to Tarquinia) and finally contact many Tour Operators, Taxis and car hire services, where you can buy tourist packages and other services.

Port of Civitavecchia - Main connections with Rome and surroundings

Port of Civitavecchia - Main connections with Rome and surroundings

6. Which are the useful numbers for passengers?

 

For a full list of the main useful phone numbers to travel safe from the Port of Civitavecchia to Rome and the other way around, read this page.

7. I will arrive at the Port of Civitavecchia: where can I leave my luggage?

 

Unfortunately, there is not an official  esiste un deposito bagagli ufficiale del Porto di Civitavecchia. However, there are many luggage storages in key places. To learn more, please read this page.

8. Where can I park inside the port?

 

There are three parking facilities inside the Port of Civitavecchia: Bramante, Cruise and Nord.

The three surveilled parking facilities are connected with the shuttle bus service that allows you to get easily and without wasting your time to the boarding pier.

To learn more and to book your parking space, click here.

9. Where are the information points?

 

Inside the Port of Civitavecchia, our qualified staff provides accurate information about boarding and disembarking of cruise ships and ferries.

The service is available at the 3 Tourist Information Points located in the main areas of interest: Largo della Pace, Varco Vespucci, Terminal Autostrade del Mare.

10. How much does the ticket from Civitavecchia to Rome cost? What is the timetable?

 

Trains from/to Rome run every 30 minutes from the Station of Civitavecchia. You can buy the BIRG (€12 return ticket) which includes public transportation (bus, metro, tram), the kilometric ticket (€4.60 one way, public transportation not included) or the new Civitavecchia express service (€15 return ticket) including CSP city bus to the station.

For timetables, prices and further information, please refer to the site of Trenitalia.

12. How long does it take to get to...?

 

You can see below the journey times to some of the most popular points of interest in Rome from the Port of Civitavecchia:

From Civitavecchia to Roma: how to get to the main points of interest

From Civitavecchia to Roma: how to get to the main points of interest

13. How can I get to the Port of Civitavecchia from the airport Roma Fiumicino?

 

From the station of Fiumicino Airport you can get on a train going to Rome and get off at Roma Trastevere and change line to Civitavecchia.

For further information and further details, please click here.

14. Come posso raggiungere il Porto di Civitavecchia dall’aeroporto di Roma Ciampino?

 

You can go from the airport of Roma Ciampino to the station of Civitavecchia with 2 exchanges: 

From Rome Ciampino airport you can get to Civitavecchia station changing trains twice:

First, get on the Shuttle Bus ATRAL that connects the airport with the station in about 5 minutes, once at Ciampino train station, get on a train to Roma Terminithen from there get on the first regional train, Intercity train or Freccia Bianca to Civitavecchia.

For further information and further details, please click here.

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