Rome Cruise Terminal is the main terminal for cruise lines at Civitavecchia Port of Rome. If you embark on a cruise in the Mediterranean, you’ll have to necessarily go by the RCT terminal. From here, it is possible to reach the docks for cruise ships for boarding and disembarkation, thanks to a free shuttle service.
The other terminal is Autostrade Del Mare (ADM), dedicated to ferry and shipping services.
How to get to the Rome Cruise Terminal coming from outside the port
It can be easily reached from Civitavecchia train station with the local buses “Argo”.
Argo stops to the service center of “Largo della Pace” (also known Porta di Città). From here you can reach the piers where takes place the embarkation / disembarkation of cruise ships, through a free shuttle service.
The Civitavecchia train station is located at about 1 kilometer from the port so you can also reach it by foot.
If you are driving, we recommend you to enter the port, park in one of the 3 available car parks and take a shuttle from there to the port.
How to get to the RCT terminal if you are in the port
How to get to the docks? The Rome Cruise Terminal is located within the Civitavecchia Port, it can be easily reached using the free shuttle service.
Take the pedestrian exit of Varco Vespucci (it is next to the main entrance for motor vehicles) and you will get there in less than 500 meters.
You can also exit from Porta Livorno. In this case, walking along the coast, with the sea on your left, you will find yourself in front of RCT in 20 minutes, approx.