One of the first questions many cruise passengers to Italy ask themselves is, "how do I get from Civitavecchia port to Rome?" The answer is simple and the ways are easy. Here is a quick guide to help you choose the method that works best for you.
If you would like to get from Civitavecchia port to Rome by train, it is fairly easy to do. Once you arrive at the port, go to Largo della Pace square and board a local public transport bus with the ARGO company, which will take you the five-minute journey to the train station. There is an ARGO bus running to the train station every 20 minutes. Tickets cost two euros per person for a one-way trip.
Once you reach the Civitavecchia train station, board a train to the Eternal City. There is a train to Rome about once every 30 minutes. The Intercity train to Rome's Ostiense station takes just under one hour.
One of the most convenient ways to get from Civitavecchia port to Rome after a long cruise journey is to book private transportation in advance. Habi Cabs offers two comfortable and easy ways to get to Rome. You can choose a private car transfer, or opt for a shared transfer by shuttle bus. Reserve your transportation in advance directly online at the Habi Cabs website.
There are five Habi Cab shuttles daily from Civitavecchia port to Rome (7 a.m., 8 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 9 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. The driver will wait up to 20 minutes for all passengers to arrive at the meeting point.
A private transfer is available at the time you request between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. daily. You can get a price quote and book directly at the Habi Cabs website. You can meet your driver directly as you disembark the ship, making the trip extra convenient and free from hassles.