1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2019
The town itself isn't great, though it has an ocean-side promenade that you can spend time on. We decided to take the train into Rome (45 minutes trip on the fast train) and it was exceptional. No need to take a bus or other ... Read More
The town itself isn't great, though it has an ocean-side promenade that you can spend time on. We decided to take the train into Rome (45 minutes trip on the fast train) and it was exceptional. No need to take a bus or other transport, the train is the way to go - just make sure you check whether there is a strike on... Read Less
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5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
Did the included panoramic city tour which does the city an injustice, but was all that was offered. Getting admitted to Saint Peter's Basilica was the only redemption for this 8 hour tour.
Did the included panoramic city tour which does the city an injustice, but was all that was offered. Getting admitted to Saint Peter's Basilica was the only redemption for this 8 hour tour. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
Did the included panoramic city tour which does the city an injustice, but was all that was offered. Getting admitted to Saint Peter's Basilica was the only redemption for this 8 hour tour.
Did the included panoramic city tour which does the city an injustice, but was all that was offered. Getting admitted to Saint Peter's Basilica was the only redemption for this 8 hour tour. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
We took a private tour from the port,left at 8.15am and arrived back at 4.30pm. Great day but expensive. The ship offered last minute transfer to Rome for 25eu which may be ideal.
We took a private tour from the port,left at 8.15am and arrived back at 4.30pm. Great day but expensive. The ship offered last minute transfer to Rome for 25eu which may be ideal. Read Less
27 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
ROME: I usually skip Rome when it is just a single day visit from Civitavecchia. The shuttle/walk/train/metro each way takes more than an hour (about the same as a rental car). If you decide to go into the city, I recommend getting a ... Read More
ROME: I usually skip Rome when it is just a single day visit from Civitavecchia. The shuttle/walk/train/metro each way takes more than an hour (about the same as a rental car). If you decide to go into the city, I recommend getting a BIRG ticket, which covers the regional train and all transport in Rome. Rick Steves guides have excellent info on what to see and do in Rome, with self-guided walking tours. His Mediterranean Ports of Call guide includes detailed info on how to get from the port to the city. Highly recommended guides. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
Don't spend the $69/person to do 'Rome on your Own'. Instead, take the train from Civatavechia. It's easy, far cheaper (as little as 6 Euro on the local) and the scenery is great. Both of the big train stations (San ... Read More
Don't spend the $69/person to do 'Rome on your Own'. Instead, take the train from Civatavechia. It's easy, far cheaper (as little as 6 Euro on the local) and the scenery is great. Both of the big train stations (San Pietro & Termini) can be reached from the port multiple times in the day and give you options on both sides of Rome. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
Port has had some upgrades over the last few years and very easy to get off the ship and on to a shuttle that takes you to a transport hub. You can either walk around from here or take a shuttle to the train to get into Rome which is about ... Read More
Port has had some upgrades over the last few years and very easy to get off the ship and on to a shuttle that takes you to a transport hub. You can either walk around from here or take a shuttle to the train to get into Rome which is about an hour away from the port. Read Less

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