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This is the train station where you can catch the train to Rome. To reach it you can either walk which is usually about 2 km depending on where your ship will be docked. You can also take the port shuttle and take the local transportation from there. Buy your tickets at the ticket office here and don’t forget to validate your ticket before stepping into the train. The train schedule you can check at: http://www.trenitalia.com/cms/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=4ddd1a035296f310VgnVCM1000005817f90aRCRD
Piazzale Scipione Matteuzzi, Civitavecchia, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy
Directly to the right of the port is the Civitavecchia Boulevard. Go here for a nice stroll, the beach and restaurants.
Strada Stratale 1 Via Aurelia, Civitavecchia
This is the Civitavecchia cruise port. You will find the port has many docking locations for cruise ships. Most cruise dock offer shuttle services to the exit of the port. Read all about this in the full Civitavecchia cruise port guide.
This beautiful cathedral stand right in the city centre of Civitavecchia. It dates back from 1610 and it distinguishes itself by its elegant two-order facade. In front of the cathedral is also where the local bus station is to catch the bus to Tuscania or Tarquinia
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, 00053 Civitavecchia RM, Italy
The most prominent of all is Fort Michelangelo. It is a 16th century fort that used to guard the port of Civitavecchia.
Calata Cesare Laurenti, 00053 Civitavecchia RM, Italy
As you can see there are limited things to see and do in Civitavecchia and the reason your ship goes to this port is to give you the opportunity to go to Rome. Simply go by train (check information above), by 160 euro taxi or by shore excursion.