Jan 10, 2014 - 11:37 AM
There is a train station in the town of Civitavecchia with several trains per hour going to Rome. Local trains take you to Rome's central station (Roma Termini) in about an hour and 20 minutes. Faster trains can make it in under an hour. The station is close to the entrance of the port, but quite a distance from where passengers usually disembark.
Cruise and Ferry passengers can catch a shuttle to the entrance of the port and walk 4 blocks to the train station. A detailed route with pictures is available on European Port Reviews
You will change trains in Rome Termini and continue on to Florence
|12237 Regionale||23 Jan 09:43||Civitavecchia||23 Jan 10:48||Roma Termini|
|9526 FRECCIAROSSA||23 Jan 11:20||Roma Termini||23 Jan 12:51||Firenze S. M. Novella|
|9763 FRECCIABIANCA||23 Jan 11:18||Civitavecchia||23 Jan 12:03||Roma Termini|
|9528 FRECCIAROSSA||23 Jan 12:20||Roma Termini||23 Jan 13:51||Firenze S. M. Novella|