Getting there


Once at the Civitavecchia train station you will be able to get a local “Argo” bus or walk towards the port.

The “Argo” buses leave from the area in front of the station, running every 20 minutes, getting you to the port in less than 10 minutes. The ticket costs €0,80 (if you are carrying extra size luggage, there is a surchage of €0,80) and can be bought at the news-stand or at the bar inside the station.

Important: the autobus from the station will take you to Porta di Città, the port’s hub for cruise lines. From here you can take one of the free shuttle that run regularly and that will take you to your terminal or departure quay.

Alternatively it is possible to reach the port by foot from Civitavecchia Staion. The entrance of Varco Fortezza is actually located 600 metres away. Once outside the station go towards via Giuseppe Garibaldi and, walking along the sea, you will find the pedestrian entrance. Go in and on your right you will find one of the free shuttle stops. Wait for few minutes and you will be taken to destination for free.


The port has two accesses for motor vehicles: the Varco Vespucci, main entry used by tourists, and Varco Nord, reserved access for heavy vehicles, truck drivers and internal service transports. Follow the directions present in the port to reach your quay or your terminal.


The port has 3 pedestrian accesses: Varco Fortezza, the access to Fort Michelangelo located at the end of via Giuseppe Garibaldi, Varco Vespucci, a great pedestrian link for who arrives from or has to get to Porta di Città, and Porta Livorno, the most evocative access to the port with the splendid Vanvitelli Fountain in great view.
Every access has a neraby shuttle stop. Wait for yours and in no time you will reach your destination.


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Civitavecchia, also referred to as “Port of Rome”, is a modern port located 45 miles (70 kilometers) north west of Rome. There is a train station in Civitavecchia city where trains run hourly. It could take from 45 minutes to 1 hour and 20 minutes to reach the port from Rome depending from the train you are catching.

Who wants to make the trip Civitavecchia Port – Rome Airport (or Rome City) by train must arm ourselves with patience. The few taxis present in port do not transfer to the train station in Civitavecchia.

If your time for the coincidence between the ship and the flight is tight, you are strongly advised to use a private vehicle, or a dedicated car hire with driver (NCC).

We suggest to prebook a private Civitavecchia transfer the driver will be waiting for you under your cruise ship and will drive you to the Rome airport. The cars are all air conditioned and you money will be worth it.


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