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Rome (Civitavecchia) Cruise Reviews

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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 ...
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
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
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
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
aecan
10/14
The ship dropped us off in Civitavecchia, so we had to pay for a shuttle and then a train to get into Rome ... Read more
Sentinel56
10/14
When you disembark at Civitaveccia, if you're not on an organised trip, you'll be met by dozens of guys ... Read more
30timecruzrs
09/14
If you've never visited Rome...of course you must. However, we spent this day in Livorno having travelled to ... Read more
iayesh
09/14
Great!, the best thing to save money to get to Rome is to take the train. Read more
merphile
08/14
Too far away from Rome. Civitavecchia is interesting but nothing special. Read more
liverpool1996
08/14
excellent travelled on our own to Rome and found it good Read more
Makeitright
08/14
We rented an Avis car in Civitavecchia and drove to Orvieto and Civita di Bagnoregio which we liked even ... Read more
derrickt
08/14
Italian Trains !!!!!!!!!!!!! We thought we would have enough time to get the train to Rome, see a few sights ... Read more
sf49ers
06/14
Rome Italy – We did a private tour (Rome in a day), through RomeInLimo, I do not recall the ... Read more
Crissi the crazy cruizer
06/14
BIG CAUTION watch your bags on the train, coming and going to Civitaveccia. never leave them out of your ... Read more
marcogilbert
06/14
We got off the boat early and walked to the train station to buy the "BIRG - 5 zones" ticket that would give ... Read more
JemIB66
03/14
Having been on excursions to Rome on a couple of previous cruises, we decided to explore the port of ... Read more
gatoranddawg
12/13
We like to arrive a day or two ahead of embarkation day to spend some time Civitavecchia. As a port it is ... Read more
dvanlang
11/13
Rome: The port is one hour out of Rome and the traffic is terrible. Again we went with our independant ... Read more
jc24cruiser
11/13
We took a train to Rome but the train station staff were not very friendly. In France there were multi ... Read more
Nexus4
11/13
Much has already been written about this port and Rome itself, but here are my tips:1. After taking the free ... Read more

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