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Rome (Civitavecchia) Cruise Reviews

Rome (Civitavecchia) Cruise Port
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Rome (Civitavecchia) Overview
The capital city in the land of Leonardo, Michelangelo and the popes is today a living museum with gorgeous artwork, amazing architecture and inspiring ancient sites. At the same time, it's alive and ...
drTNcruiser
05/15
The next port was the city of Civitavecchia, which is about 1.5 hours from Rome. We had already decided that ... Read more
IntrepidExplorers
05/15
Since there was really not enough time to go into Rome (on our own) because of the requirement to be back for ... Read more
jkd62
05/15
There is a shuttle bus that takes everyone from the ship to the entrance to the port. Once you get to the ... Read more
S Dakota
05/15
I'm just going to comment on Civitavechia itself. It is easy enough to and from Rome by train, and its a ... Read more
Pyer
05/15
Know Rome from past visits -so after research on internet took Train from port (9 Euros return) so cheap fast ... Read more
Cumbriangal
05/15
Really liked Civitavecchia - easy to walk to from the ship a nice beach to sit on if that's your thing and ... Read more
ezstreet
05/15
We chose a Tuscany Tour with Romeinlimo Tours. Great Choice! The driver was so nice and helped us ... Read more
r0dsc0tt
05/15
A walk around town followed by emails at a great pizza place LA GHIACCIAIA RISTORANTE and had a quattro ... Read more
Mary from Canada
05/15
We had seen Rome before - so we just went on a Shuttle to local town -- lots of local shops - sample their ... Read more
Presto2
05/15
We put excellent because Rome just is! We have visited before though on a number of occasions and have a ... Read more
RayaneLB
05/15
We did not take an excursion to Rome, but we stayed for 2 nights after disembarkation. It is great, a big ... Read more
soberjohn
04/15
Excellent embarkation, very quick and easy. No waiting around and all formalities dealt with in a ... Read more
WH59
04/15
If you have been to Rome before, take time to explore Civitavecchia in its own right. It has a nice seafront ... Read more
Di G
04/15
Easy embarkation.Easy to get to by public transport both from Ciampino airport into Rome and from Rome to ... Read more
HimAndMeGoCruising
04/15
Excellent city to visit, stay in the heart of the city and walk everywhere. Book tour for the Vatican before ... Read more
looksatsmallthings
04/15
Rome is a very big city 2 hrs away from the port by train. Frankly, the best way to see Rome is to to spend ... Read more
Tiggerwasere
04/15
We took a private tour with other people to Rome as it was a fair distance from the port. We visited the ... Read more
Holidayqueen 2
03/15
The ship docked a fair way out of Rome. You had a free shuttle service out of the port which then took you to ... Read more
thedutch4
11/14
Hubby and I decided to venture out on our own...I was tired of paying for cabs when there were other travel ... Read more
shapatack0
11/14
There was simply too much to do and see in Rome in 8 hours, so we flew into Rome on the front end of our ... Read more
Chrissie Hall
11/14
Again we hired a minibus to keep costs down with other folk from our cruise ,and enjoyed the journey into the ... Read more
archerygirl
10/14
Very poor. Spent hours on the coach going to a farmhouse to taste olive oil. Then hours back to Tuscania ... Read more
gwebsterg
10/14
Just disembarked, had seen Rome before and no desire to be robbed again (literally) Read more
caseum
10/14
- Due to construction, the port shuttle stop at the port gate is now farther away from the train station. The ... Read more
catharsis_vc
10/14
We stayed an extra 3 days in Rome on our own, to take in the city in its entirety and even do a daytrip to ... Read more

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