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Port of Civitavecchia

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Terminal 1 Autostrade del Mare, Via Prato del Turco, 00053 Porto di Civitavecchia RM, Italia Terminal 1 Autostrade del Mare, Via Prato del Turco, 00053 Porto di Civitavecchia RM, Italia

Information from the Port of Civitavecchia

Civitavecchia Ferry Port Information
Civitavecchia, Italian city in the region of Lazio, located 80 kilometers from Rome. Main maritime connection with the Italian capital for passengers travelling on ferries and cruises. Book your ticket now with and travel to Civitavecchia comfortably and easily. Our comparator will offer you all the possibilities at the best price. On arrival in Civitavecchia you can admire the massif "Forte Michelangelo" built to defend the port from pirate attacks. From this city we can reach Rome in just over an hour and discover every corner of the enchanted city. Although there are countless buildings, squares, fountains, churches and monuments that the visitor must know, they are indispensable: the Colosseum, marvel and symbol of the Roman Empire; the Pantheon of Agrippa, monument spectacularly well preserved and raised in honor of the gods; the Roman Forum, maximum example of the activity of the ancient Rome; the Vatican, small independent state that is located inside Rome and that presents great artistic works like the Basilica of San Pedro or the Sistine Chapel. In addition to special interest are the Fontana de Trevi, Plaza Navona, Plaza de España, the Basilica of St. Mary Major, the Column of Trajan ...

Departure information
The port of Civitavecchia is located on the west coast of Italy and is bathed by the Tyrrhenian Sea. It has the largest number of boardings, disembarkations and transits of European ports as it is an optimal point of support for visits and excursions to Rome for those who choose the ferry or cruise. As a strategic point it has regular connections with other Italian ports such as Porto Torres on the island of Sardinia and Trapani on the island of Sicily. It also connects with Spain through its route to Barcelona and with Africa through the port of Tunis.