Another option to get to Rome is through the ship, docking at the Civitavecchia port, located 72 kilometers from the city. This distance is one of the biggest problems that you will have to face after arriving by boat to Italy. Some of the main ones companies with which you can look for a ferry with which to approach you to Italy are the following:
- Grimaldi Lines (http://www.grimaldi-lines.com/)
- Grande Navi Veloci (http://www.gnv.it/)
- Corsica Sardinoa Ferries (http://www.corsica-ferries.co.uk/)
How to get from the port to the city center:
- En train: It takes 50 minutes and leaves you at the Termini station. To get to the station where you can catch the train, there is a free port bus that approaches you every half hour. The station is 500 meters away, in case anyone wants to walk.
- En COTRAL company bus: In the Vittorio Emmanuele square you can take an intercity bus (they are blue) that leaves you in the center of Rome.
- In the “C” city bus: In the Vittorio Emmanuele square you can take this bus that will leave you at the FC station. From there you can take a train to the Termini station.