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 ...
Flmicruiser
12/16
We spent a few days in Rome and then took private shuttle to port. Read more
Host Hattie
12/16
Embarkation only Read more
Keyser Soze
11/16
Nice beach at port of Civitavecchia. Take train to Termini station, see the Colosseum first. Like Naples, ... Read more
Ah Noooooooo
11/16
Of course Rome is incredible. Make sure to spend a few days in this city before you leave for your cruise. Read more
russg140
11/16
Stayed in Rome 3 days prior to the cruise. Loved it! Read more
greg_lindeblom
11/16
Rome is one of the world's great cities. Read more
lstarli1
11/16
Unique experience! Read more
woodstock28
11/16
Walked into town, which is really quite poor. Went to Rome last year Read more
kimmk
11/16
We had a couple of days in Rome before the cruise so didnt do any ship excursions here. Getting to the ship ... Read more
Papgd454
11/16
No excursions, walked around on our own. Read more
johhnnyt
11/16
Civitaveccia is pretty little city Read more
peter grant
11/16
Took cruiseline transfer from FCO to the ship. Read more
ThelmLou
11/16
A working Commercial Port - confused and disjointed Read more
Paulosprey
11/16
Had been to Rome many times so decided to stay in port, OK for a couple of hours some decent shops and coffee. Read more
SrReal
11/16
I booked a six hour golf cart tour for 6 of us and we really enjoyed it. Read more
tvl4life
11/16
Despite the rain, we enjoyed a day in Rome before flying home the next morning. Stayed at the Hilton Rome ... Read more
One eyed
11/16
Did not go into Rome stayed locally interesting town Read more
jbpro
11/16
Rome - what more is there to say? Walking the old city, touring St. Peter's, seeing the famous monuments - it ... Read more
san diego spartan
11/16
Port was fine, but just a long drive from Rome FCO airport - 45 minutes or so - plan accordingly. Read more
happycamper45
11/16
We went straight to the port city of Civitavecchia the day before cruise departure. We were. Able to ha e a ... Read more
Kansasbex
11/16
Hired a car to take us into Rome. Read more
jjmurph01
11/16
Booked our own guide and spent a full day at the Colisseum, The Forum, The Pantheon, Vatican Museum, Sistine ... Read more
barrymx5
11/16
An expensive port to get to from Rome airports or centre if you have luggage. But the town itself has some ... Read more
baypeople
11/16
Did not stay in Rome but rather stayed in Civitavecchia where we explored the city on our own. Read more
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