Civitavecchia is the gateway to Rome, known as the “Eternal City” and Italy’s capital. Few cities can compare to Rome for the sheer breadth of its 3,000 year history that shaped the civilization of the Western world. Rome is home to the independent state of the Vatican City, the seat of the Pope and head of the Roman Catholic Church. Built upon seven hills in the 8th century BC, ancient Rome developed into one of the most sophisticated cities and societies in the world.
Port Address: Pier 10, 12 South & North, 25 South & North Port of Civitavecchia