Cruises from Rome
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The port of Rome is located northwest of Rome, around 60 kms from the city in a coastal town called Civitavecchia which is today a major cruise and ferry port. It’s the main starting point for sea connections from central Italy to Sardinia, Sicily, Malta, Tunis and Barcelona. Civitavecchia is easily accessible by road as well as by train - all Rome to Civitavecchia trains are direct, depart from either Rome's Termini or Ostiense train station and arrive at Civitavecchia train station and the journey takes only 40 minutes.
Rome, Italy’s capital and home to the Roman Empire, is a sprawling, cosmopolitan city with a rich history spanning 3000 years. Home to the world-famous sights of the Pantheon, the Colosseum, Vatican city and the Trevi Fountain, it is a city that will awe you and leave you wanting to come back for more. Most Mediterranean cruises offer a round trip option from Rome so you can comfortably explore the city before or after your cruise. Rome is well very connected by road, rail and air which makes it an ideal city to embark on your Mediterranean Voyage.