If you're planning your Italian holiday and a cruise is part of the plan, you're likely to need a transfer from Rome to Civitavecchia port. Luckily, there are several easy ways to get there; the one you choose depends on your own preference and needs. Here is some information you can use in your planning.
Although your Italian holiday is likely to be full of fun and memories, it's also true that traveling can be quite tiring. Multiple transfers and seeing various cities in a short amount of time can really wear you out. That's why it's important to build in simple ways to maximize convenience and comfort wherever you can. One way to do this is by booking a private or group transfer from Rome to Civitavecchia port.
A private transfer with Habi Cabs is truly the easiest and most convenient way to get from the Eternal City to the port for catching your cruise. Private transfers can be booked at the time that works best for you, 24 hours a day. There is a 20% surcharge for evening and overnight transfers between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m.
If you wish to save a bit of money but still travel in comfort and convenience, you can opt for a shared shuttle with Habi Cabs. There are eight shuttles available for a transfer from Rome to Civitavecchia port daily, starting at 9:30 a.m. and then every half-hour until the last meeting time at 1 p.m.
Another option is to take a train for your transfer from Rome to Civitavecchia port. This option involves more than one transfer, and can be particularly cumbersome if you have a lot of luggage. However, it is another possibility for getting to your cruise departure from Rome.
You can board a train from Rome's main train station, Termini, directly to Civitavecchia station. Once you reach the station in Civitavecchia, you can take a local public transport bus with the ARGO company to the port's main square and walk to your cruise ship from there. The train ride takes just under 90 minutes and the bus ride from the station to the port is about a 10-minute ride. Buses leave about every 20 minutes from the station.