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Experience the best of the Mediterranean on cruises departing from Civitavecchia, Italy. Located northwest of Rome, the culture radiating from this classical European country comes alive on these tours as you visit museums and ancient Roman ruins, like the Colosseum, Pantheon, and the Forum, among others. Departing from Rome, your cruise might head to the coastal towns of Ponza, Amalfi, Positano, Sicily, and Capri, just to name a few. Or perhaps you'll visit the haunting town of Sorrento, also known as Pompeii. Wine tasting, biking, walking tours, and leisurely strolls down cobblestone streets are highlights for many of these cruises. Many of the tours also visit other top destinations on Europe's Mediterranean coast, including stops in Nice, France and even Barcelona, Spain. Contact Adventure Life's travel experts with questions or to begin planning your trip.

Top 10 Cruises from Civitavecchia for 2020-2021

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Trip NameSaveFromDaysNext DepartureSummary
Italy, Montenegro & CroatiaSavings$263011Sep 5, 2020Discover the stunning Adriatic landscapes of Croatia, Montenegro, and Italy on this fabulous 11-day sailing adventure aboard the Royal Clipper. Visit …
Balearic Islands & CorsicaSavings$19608Apr 24, 2021This region of Europe has much to offer the adventurous soul or one who prefers just the perfect get-away in warm coastal waters, simply letting the …
Italy, Montenegro & CroatiaSavings$295012May 29, 2021Explore the Eastern Mediterranean on this 12-day cruise aboard the luxury tall ship the Royal Clipper. This round-trip cruise departs from Rome, …
Grand Voyage: Lisbon to RomeSavings$321013Apr 19, 2021Cruise with Royal Clipper on a 13-day expedition along the Mediterranean Sea from Lisbon, Portugal to Rome, Italy.
Italy, Montenegro & CroatiaSavings$295012May 29, 2021Explore the Eastern Mediterranean on this 12-day cruise aboard the luxury tall ship the Royal Clipper. This cruise departs from Rome, Italy, and …
Grand Voyage: Rome to VeniceSavings$335015May 29, 2021Cruise along the Mediterranean coast for 15-days aboard the Royal Clipper. Starting in Italy’s capital, Rome, and visiting Croatia, Montenegro, and …
Grand Voyage: Venice to CannesSavings$329015Sep 5, 2020Explore the Mediterranean aboard a tall sailing ship, the Royal Clipper, on a 15-day sailing expedition. Experience Croatia, Italy, Montenegro, …
Corsica & MonacoSavings$11005Sep 15, 2020Explore Corsica and Monaco aboard the Royal Clipper on an exclusive 5-day adventure sailing from Italy to France.
Italy, Montenegro & Croatia 2021Savings$268011Sep 4, 2021Discover the stunning Adriatic landscapes of Croatia, Montenegro, and Italy on this fabulous 11-day sailing adventure aboard the Royal Clipper. Visit …
Dalmatia to the Amalfi Coast: Dubrovnik to RomeSavings$182989May 22, 2022An overnight in Capri crowns this dreamy voyage from Dubrovnik’s walled city and Kotor’s UNESCO-listed bay to Corfu’s renowned beaches and …

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Best Time to Visit Civitavecchia and Rome

Between April and June is the best time to visit the Southern half of Italy. The temperatures are comfortable, there's little-to-no rain, and the crowds are small as this is a shoulder season. Additionally, you may be able to find reduced hotel and flight rates during these months.

Between July and September is the high season for this region. It's hot, crowded, and prices are at their height. This is when most people go and it's a fine time to visit Italy, but it probably won't be a super relaxing trip between the high crowds and hot weather.

Between October and March is an okay time to visit Italy. This is the off season and most attractions are on shorter winter hours or may be closed for renovations. That being said, you can get a solid hotel deal during these months, it's not crowded, and the weather only really gets cold (it may snow but it's not likely) between December and February.

 
Is Civitavecchia the same as Rome?
  • Although the small port town of Civitavecchia is not the same as Rome, it is just under 40 miles from the Italian capital city.
  • The drive from Rome to Civitavecchia is less than an hour.
  • Civitavecchia is the departure point for all of the cruises of the Italian Mediterranean
  • While the population of Rome is nearing three million, the population of Civitavecchia hovers just around 50,000.
  • Civitavecchia is a town steeped in its own history, featuring the original 2nd century Roman Dock and the nearby 16th century Michelangelo Fort; you can also visit the ruins of the Roman baths at Terme Taurine just northeast of this small town.
What other cities will I visit on my Mediterranean cruise if I depart from Civitavecchia?

The itineraries departing from Civitavecchia are varied and exciting, with options to suit all tastes. From Italian coastal cities to the port towns of neighboring countries, our hand-selected cruises visit the highlights of the tranquil Mediterranean:
  • Nice, France
  • Lisbon, Ibiza, and Palma de Mallorca in Spain
  • Sicily
  • Corsica
  • Venice, Italy
  • Naples, Italy
  • Amalfi, Italy
  • Sorrento, Italy
  • Capri, Italy
  • Athens, Greece
  • Mykonos & the Greek Isles
  • Croatia & Montenegro
  • Many other historic ports 

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