Getting to Us By Cruise Ship

Getting to Us By Cruise Ship

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 free shuttle that will bering you in a no.restricted arrea where you can meet your friends, relatives, anybody else coming to pick you up or start your walking towards 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 according to any of  your wishes below 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.

Ask for a quotation at:

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 (about 15 min. walking) or difficoults but luggages.

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.
It  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 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 webpages to find further information about: How to get around and Public transportation system, updated train timetable & connections between Rome and Zagarolo.

How to reach Olive Tree Hill B&B in Zagarolo by train


In Italy, travelling by train, is quite easy, cheap and comfortable.

You can find more information regarding Rome metro tickets and the transportation system that connect Rome with its Province at our Getting Around Rome – Transportation and ticket system page.

Being the main southern east gateway of Rome, Zagarolo is particularly well connected by train, by buses and by car (free and toll roads).

There are frequent trains traveling from Termini (Rome Central train station) to Zagarolo. In about 30 minutes you will be welcomed at Olive Tree Hill (aka “Il Colle degli Ulivi”).
Zagarolo, located just outside Rome, is on the route of trains with final destination to:

  • Cassino
  • Frosinone
  • Caserta
  • Colleferro

Note: A few of the trains with on the above final destinations will not stop in Zagarolo (10%).
Please make sure Zagarolo is mentioned on the general digital deprature diplay or at the small display you’ll find at the beginning of the track.
If not traveling from the above destinations, to reach Zagarolo by train, you’ll need to first get to Termini Station (the Central train station in Rome).
Once you decide which train you’ll catch, please call or text us your departing time and we will come to pick you up at Zagarolo train station.

In case of text, we always confirm that we received the text with “OK”. If you don’t receive an “OK” message, please call in case we did not receive your message.

Train tickets from Termini to Zagarolo are available at ticket office or automatic machines that you’ll find at the station, but will be quicker and easier to buy them at any newspaper kiosks or bars you’ll find at the station.
If you are asking for a ticket from a bar or newspaper kiosk, ask for a 40 Km. ticket.

Traveling in and Around Rome
For more information about traveling in and around Rome, visit our Useful Links section. If you are planning your trip to Rome, read our advice on:
What to do when Flying Around Europe
Getting a Papal Audience while in Rome
What Places to See Outside of Rome
Discovering the Hidden Rome with a Rome Night Walking Tour
Using The Roma Pass: Your Roma Pass Guide
What to do when Traveling in Rome With Kids
What you need to know about Withdrawing Money from an ATM in Rome

See the train table here.

How to reach Olive Tree Hill B&B in Zagarolo from the airport


Wondering how to reach Olive Tree Hill – B&B just outside Rome, from the airport?  It’s easy!

In Rome there are two main airports:

Leonardo da Vinci (FCO) is the main airport.
Used for National/International/Intercontinental and Charter flights, is located in Fiumicino (40 km. from Rome city center and 55km. from our B&B)

G.P.Pastine (CIA) is the second largest airport.
Used to be a military airport, nowday mainly used by European low cost companies, is located in Ciampino (15km. from Rome city center and 30km. from our B&B).

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