How To Visit Rome When You Are On A Cruise

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If your cruise is over and you want to enjoy some more days of relaxation in Italy, or simply have your debarkation day in Civitavecchia, you can decide to visit the most beautiful city in the world: Rome. There are many agencies that offer several options to visit the Capital, such as Romecabs. Let’s check the opportunities and all the attractions you can see during your post-cruise!

Why an agency is your best option

A visit to Rome can be pretty difficult to plan, since the city is very big and full of all kinds of attractions. An expert guide can help you by planning a whole itinerary through the city and save you the trouble of booking tickets and managing city transportation. Agencies like Romecabs offer the possibility of being carried to the most beautiful city spots. The package includes the pick up in Civitavecchia, where the cruises stop, and all the itinerary in a deluxe vehicle. The tour takes you to all the timeless landmarks in the city: St. Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum and other grand remains of Ancient Rome, squares and fountains and many many other stunning places and neighborhoods.

What to see in Rome in a few hours

If you plan to stay only a few hours, a private tour of Rome from the cruise port is just what you need! The English-speaking driver will pick you up at the port, bring your luggage with you in the vehicle in case you need anything, and then take you to some of the most amazing spots in the city. Here are some of them:

Colosseum and Arch of Constantine: if you love history, you can not miss the landmark of Ancient and modern Rome, the Colosseum.

Pantheon and Piazza della Rotonda: another unforgettable monument of the Eternal City, but remember to book the tickets on weekends to visit the Pantheon!

St. Peter’s Basilica and Square: you should absolutely watch in reverence this masterpiece of the famous Italian architect Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

Trevi Fountain: everyone knows this stunning fountain from the film La Dolce Vita by Federico Fellini, but remember, you can not go in the water!

Spanish Steps: a marvelous stair just at the end of the famous shopping street “via Condotti”.

You will have the free time to have lunch in a traditional Italian osteria, then continue the visit to other characteristic places: Piazza Navona, Capitoline Hill, Basilica of San Paolo Fuori le Mura and many, many others.

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