When You Arrive By Cruise
If you are travelling by cruise ship, you will most likely be landing in Civitavecchia and your boat will moor, for security reasons, in a restricted area.
From there, depart frequent free shuttle that will bring you at “Michelangelo Castle”, located in a no-restricted area near the southern exit of the port. There, you can meet your friends, relatives, anybody else coming to pick you up or start your walking toward the train station.
Using a comfortable shuttle from Civitavecchia to Rome
If you need a transfer to/from Civitavecchia we can pick you up, assist you and make your life much easier.
Apart the comfort, expecially considering the docking time, this solution will give you different interesting options:
– ask for a free of charge drop off in Rome after receiving a map and a detailed briefing (while enjoying your day in Rome, we will bring your luggages back home);
– ask quotation for an escorted tour at some of the marvellous surrounding;
– simply make yor life easier and enjoy a relaxing sightseeing.
Travelling by train from Civitavecchia to Rome
You can also reach Zagarolo by train, This solution will be much cheaper and not particularly difficoult, if travelling light.
The ride itself take about an hour+stand by time. Enemy, in this case, will be not distance or difficoults but luggages.
To reach the train station, simply exit the southern port entrance (nearby the castle mentione above) and then cross the street w the crosswalk (pictured below).
Continue along this street (parallel to the coastline) for approximately 4 blocks until you hit the train station. It takes probably 10-15 minutes walking.
The ticket counter is at the train station. You can also buy your tickets at the bars and newspaper kiosks in or around the train station.
The best ticket to buy is the B.I.R.G. that will allow you to have unlimited access to regional trains, underground and buses in Rome, until midnight of validation day.
The same train ticket is valid to reach Zagarolo. Make sure you get a 3 zone BIRG ticket. It will cover all the zones you are passing through.
Don’t forget to write your name on the ticket and validate it in the little yellow machines in the train terminal at departure (no more validations are required).
Be aware that the train from Civitavecchia may arrive in Termini at a slightly detached section of train track (from 27 to 30).
From there you need about 10 min walking to reach the main tracks section.
Visit our webpage to find further information about: train connections between Rome and Zagarolo, ticketing and train timetable.