The Port of Civitavecchia, founded by the Emperor Trajan, as the port of Rome, was for many centuries the hub of trade and contacts between the peoples of the ancient "Mare Nostrum". Even today, Civitavecchia keeps this position, putting at the center of a modern and efficient rail system, road and airport linking the capital and the center of Italy with the rest of the world. Also known as "Port of Rome" The Port Civitavecchia is located about 75 km north of the capital in the Italian west coast. Civitavecchia is one of the largest ports in Italy and has become popular for its links by ferries and cruise ships, including the main characteristics of the port there are connections with All main locations in the Mediterranean as well as the popular islands are far and near, every year about two million people pass through its doors. And you can find the restaurants and hotels in the vicinity of the port where possibly spend the night before embarking on the ship.