Since ancient Rome, the port of Civitavecchia has served as a link between different people and cultures. For this reason, even today, more than 4.5 million travelers choose this hub every year: by landing in the port it is in fact possible to easily reach the city of Rome, the international airport of Fiumicino and hundreds of the most valuable Italian tourist destinations. With 26 active piers and over 17 km of docks, the port of Civitavecchia is the perfect seaport for your Italian holidays.
If you come from Fiumicino international airport, the ideal solution to reach the port of Civitavecchia in a short and guaranteed time, is offered by our direct shuttle service.
The port of Civitavecchia offers its travelers a long series of services: in fact there is a maritime health office, tourist information points, a post office and various commercial activities useful for travelers.
Drinking water is available directly from fire hydrants on almost all docks or via barges.
In case of loss, you can contact the Police in the port.
An ambulance is always available in the port. A hospital and a clinic are instead present in the city.
Contacts of foreign embassies in Italy:
at the following link you can find all the information about foreign embassies present in the Italian territory.
Natural areas and archaeological sites:
The Caldarium of the Taurine Baths The ancient complex of thermal buildings of Civitavecchia, thanks to the excellent state of conservation, is among the most interesting in the whole Etruscan territory.
Terme della Ficoncella or Bagni della Ficoncella
Spas much appreciated by Civitavecchia and the Romans, take the name of Ficoncella, the fig tree located between the pools. The Baths have preserved their ancient structure, made of outdoor stone pools from which you can admire the view of the valleys below and the sea on one side, the Tolfa Mountains on the other.
The waters of Ficoncella are sulphate-calcium waters that exceed 40°, useful for finding relief from arthropathies, dermatitis and allergies
Since 2005, the four terminals of Leonardo da Vinci Intercontinental Airport have opened the doors of Rome to the world. Located in Fiumicino, 28 km from the center of Rome, it represents the first Italian airport for number of passengers. With its annual traffic of about 38 million travelers, in fact, the Roman airport is also among the top 10 airports in Europe. The presence of a cogeneration plant – completed in 2009 – also allows the airport to be self-sufficient from an energy point of view, in full compliance with environmental protection.
The ideal solution to reach Fiumicino airport in a short and guaranteed time, if you come from the port of Civitavecchia, is offered by our direct shuttle service.
Leonardo Da Vinci airport offers to its travelers a long range of services: in fact there is an airport health office, tourist information points, a post office and various commercial activities useful for travelers.
In case of loss, you can contact the Police present at the airport or the following offices: