Make the most of your time in port with a full-day shore excursion to Rome from Civitavecchia. Ride into the Eternal City by coach. Join a knowledgeable guide on a walking tour to see some of Rome's top attractions, including the Pantheon, St Peter's Basilica and Trevi Fountain. Walk the ancient streets of the Roman Forum and gaze in wonder at the outside of the Colosseum.
8-hour shore excursion to Rome from Civitavecchia
Travel to central Rome by coach from the port
Join an expert local guide for a walking tour to see Rome's top attractions
See monuments such as the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and St Peter's Basilica
Walk through the Roman Forum and admire the Colosseum from the outside
Spend an unforgettable day exploring the best of Rome with this shore excursion from the port in Civitavecchia. See the highlights from several different eras of Roman history – including the ancient, Baroque and modern – with this whirlwind one-day tour.
Travel to Rome from the port in Civitavecchia by coach, a journey of roughly 1.5 hours (depending on traffic). Meet your knowledgeable local guide neat St Peter's Square in Vatican City, from which you can see the famous St Peter's Basilica – the largest church in Christendom. Continue in the coach to the heart of ancient Rome to begin your walking tour.
Marvel at the ancient architecture of the Colosseum, one of Italy's most recognizable monuments. Hear stories about the bloody gladiator battles that were once fought inside its walls. Walk to the busy Piazza Venezia, the ancient Palatine Hill and the epicenter of the Roman Empire – the Roman Forum.
Stroll through the historic center of Rome to see the Trevi Fountain, recently unveiled after a lengthy restoration, where you can throw a coin into the basin to ensure your return to Rome. Continue on to the Pantheon, an exquisite ancient Roman temple preserved through constant use over the centuries, and then take a break for lunch in the area (own expense).
Follow your guide back to St Peter's Square, where you can admire the immense colonnaded arms around the piazza, designed by Bernini, and the ancient Egyptian obelisk in the center.
The present large fountain inaugurated in 1735 covers the entire shorter side of Palazzo Poli for a width of 20 meters on 26 of height.
It is located at the foot of the Capitol, where five of the most important streets of the capital intersect: via dei Fori Imperiali, via del Corso, via C. Battisti-via Nazionale, via del Plebiscito-corso Vittorio and via of the Theater of Marcellus.
The Colosseum, originally known as Amphitheatrum Flavium or simply as Amphitheatrum, is the largest amphitheater in the world, located in the center of the city of Rome. Able to contain an estimated number of spectators between 50,000 and 75,000 units, it is the most important Roman amphitheater, and the most impressive monument of ancient Rome that has come down to us, known throughout the world as a symbol of the city of Rome and one of the symbols of Italy.