Ferry to Rome
Passengers traveling by ferry to Rome reach first Civitavecchia's coastal town, just a few kilometers outside the eternal city!
The base of the Italian State and Vatican City, Rome is a city museum that attracts millions of visitors each year. The city has so many things to see that one might not have time to explore them all. The Roman monuments, the imposing medieval and Renaissance palaces and the museums with exhibits of inestimable value make the city an open museum.
All tourists traveling to the Destination Rome pay a visit to the world-famous Vatican City, an independent country inside Italy. The magnificent St. Peter's Basil with the decorations of Michelangelo is the largest and holiest church in the world. The Vatican museum hosts many important masterpieces of Renaissance and of course The Sistine Chapel, and the four Raphael Rooms. The imposing Colosseum, a Roman amphitheater with a capacity of 45,000 spectators, is one of the monumental symbols of modern Rome. At the heart of the Historic Center, the Pantheon is a 2000 years old polytheistic temple and the well-known Fontana di Trevi fountain is flooded with the coins of tourists wishing to visit Rome again. Make sure to visit Piazza di Spagna, the Spanish Steps and the lively Piazza Navona. And of course one should not miss a walk in Villa Borghese a park of 148 acres with a lake, fountains, buildings and museums. Rome is undoubtedly a destination that combines history and contemporary lifestyle.
Ferry connections to and from Rome are well established and all year round available. In order to get to Rome by ferry, passengers have to reach the near port of Civitavecchia, which is interconnected with Sardinia, Sicily and Barcelona.