Getting There in CivitavecchiaEdit This
Civitavecchia is a part of the Province of Rome in central Italy. There are many reasons to visit the city, both for the thermal power stations, and the architectural wonders such as Michelangelo’s fort, the 15th Century castle and the Roman baths. Visitors might also visit Civitavecchia in order to catch one of the many cruises that depart from its harbour.Traveling to Civitavecchia from Rome
As the major capital of Rome is so close to Civitavecchia, getting there is probably best achieved by taking a plane to Rome and making the rest of the journey overland.
- By train – This is the most popular way of travelling to Civitavecchia; travel to the Roma Termini station, and take the intercity train to Grosseto. This train will stop at Civitavecchia.
- By Car – The A12 Rome to Genoa motorway has an exit to Civitavecchia, and the city center is signposted quite clearly.
- By Boat – As mentioned above, Civitavecchia is the main port of the Rome region, and ferries travel from Rome to the city very frequently.
Traveling from Other Locations
- By car from Genoa – The E80 motorway passes through Civitavecchia.
- By Ferry – Boats travel to Civitavecchia from all over the Mediterranean, so it is possible to travel to the city from France, Spain and other parts of Italy.
- By Train – Civitavecchia is connected by rail to many good connections to major cities in Italy and the Rest of Europe.