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Rome and the port city of Civitavecchia are only a short distance away, so flying isn't an option. There are also no regular scheduled buses between the two cities, but travelers have a wide choice of trains if they want to make the journey. If you are staying in the center of Rome, catching the train from Termini makes sense, but travelers can also hop on the Civitavecchia train at suburban stations.
Return trips from Civitavecchia to Rome are also available.
Trains are currently the only way to travel from Rome to Civitavecchia, and a regular daily service is operated by the Italian national company Trenitalia. The first service of the day leaves Rome at 5:26 a.m., getting into Civitavecchia at 6:40 a.m. and after that there is at least one train every hour until late at night, with a final train at 12:11 a.m. The journey time varies a little, from 47 minutes to 1 hour, so if you need to board a ferry or cruise liner be sure to pick the right service. Trains from Rome to Civitavecchia leave from Roma Termini, which is near the center of town. The best way to get there is via the Rome Metro. Both lines A and B stop at the station, making it easily accessible from all parts of the Italian capital. However, trains will probably also stop at San Pietro, Trastevere and Ostiense, which may be even more convenient. When you reach Civitavecchia, i it is about 750 meters from the station to the cruise port, and shuttle buses are usually available to transport passengers and luggage to the port.