Wondering how to go from Civitavecchia cruise port to Rome? Keep reading and you will find out.
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The train is probably the best way to go from Civitavecchia to Rome. It takes between 40 to 60 minutes, depending on which station in Rome you choose.
The cost is 4,60€, and trains leave approximately every 30 minutes and one hour. In just a short trip, you will find yourself in the Eternal City.
To keep up with your schedule, you could plan the visit to the Vatican museum according to your train's arrival time. Just make sure you get off at San Pietro station (Stazione San Pietro)! If a walk with no specific destination is what you have in mind, then Trastevere station is what would work for you.
Roma Ostiense is another stop that, in just a short ride on metro B, will take you to parts of Rome worth a visit. Just for an example, the Colosseum stop is your best shot!
The last stop is at Termini station, the hub of the city. From here, you can literally go anywhere you want.
Sit bus shuttle gives passengers the possibility to spend an entire day in Rome. You have the option to book your round-trip service on a clean and punctual bus. Make sure you book your ride in advance, as it might sell out pretty fast. One way costs 10€; roundtrip costs 20€.
The bus is a good option if you want to be dropped off at the Vatican museums and picked up there, as well to go back on your cruise.
Cotral, the public transportation agency, also offers the possibility to go from the Civitavecchia cruise port to Rome. It is a much cheaper option, but the ride is almost two hours long. Tickets are always available at any tabaccheria. Just make sure that, at the moment of the purchase, you specify your destination in order to be sure you are getting the right ticket!
Blabla car offers another solution to reaching the center of Rome from the port in just about an hour. By simply sharing the expenses of the car ride, you can arrange your arrival in Rome according to your needs.
Both the website and the app gives you the ability to read reviews about your potential driver, as well as to select your time of departure and route.
Sharing a car ride with a local might give you insights of the area that no books or tour guide might ever be able to.
If you like the freedom of leaving whenever you want and stopping wherever you wish, then you might want to consider renting a car. Driving from Civitavecchia to Rome is quite easy. Just take the highway A12 Roma-Civitavecchia and you will reach your destination. Once within the city, try not to panic for the wild driving manners of some Romans!
Whatever your preferred way to go from Civitavecchia cruise port to Rome is, make sure you have a local to back you up and ready to guarantee a stress-free experience!
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