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Civitavecchia Shore Excursions
All inclusive: Private guide-driver- entrance tickets


8 Hours

Min People

Private experience:
1>6 people

Pick Up

Civitavecchia Port

Min Age


Starting time

8:00 am


All Year - Vatican Museums and Sistine chapel are closed on Sundays and during public and Christian holidays

Civitavecchia shore excursion is the tour your are looking for arriving from Civitavecchia.

Once arrived in Civitavecchia let our driver pick you up at the dock of your boat and led you in Rome for a 6 hours tour.

Pick up in Civitavecchia around 7:30 am arrival in Rome at 9:00 am. You will meet your guide in Rome to visit the major attraction of the city: Vatican Museums, Sistine chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica, Colossseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish steps, Navona Square, Circus Maximus, Piazza Venezia and you will stop for lunch in a street food market or in a local restaurant. We will leave  the choice to you. 

The English speaking driver and your guide will be at your entire disposal for the time of the tour.

After the tour the driver will lead you back at the dock of your boat.

You will depart Rome around 3.30 pm to be back in Civitavecchia around 5:00 pm.

Vatican Museums

The Vatican Museums are a collection of museums housing one of the most important art collections in the world. Part of the palaces once built for the popes have been transformed over time into museums that welcome tourists from all over the world. For many centuries the popes have played the role of patrons and profound connoisseurs of art. The result has been one of the world’s largest collections of classical and Renaissance art with important works such as the Laocoon group, discovered in 1506 on the Escquiline Hill, the Apollo of the Belvedere and the Etruscan bronze known as Mars of Todi. 
It is impossible to fully visit the Vatican Museums in one visit, but we will show you the best of them. 

Sistine Chapel

It is the main chapel of the Vatican Palace, named after its founder Sixtus IV della Rovere. The walls were frescoed by some of the finest artists of the 15th and 16th centuries. Inside you can admire the vault frescoed by Michelangelo and the Last Judgement. 

St.Peter’s Basilica 

The heart of Catholicism, it attracts pilgrims from all over the world, captivating with its 22,000 square metres. Built on the former basilica created in turn by Constantine over the tomb of St. Peter. It is rich in altars, mosaics and sculptures of such beauty that it leaves the visitor breathless. 



The largest amphitheatre in Rome that was erected by Vespasian on the site occupied by Nero’s artificial lake. The deadly gladiator fights were offered by the emperors and the wealthiest citizens of the city to entertain the public. Its elegant and rational architecture still stands in the centre of Rome. 

Trevi Fountain

One of the largest and most scenic fountains in Rome. Don’t forget the coins to throw inside for your wishes. Discover the story of Trevi fountain behind it. 

Spanish Steps

The staircase was designed to connect the church of Trinità dei monti to the square below. The staircase alternates curved and straight stretches and terraces, creating a true scenography. 

Navona Square

One of the largest squares in Rome with Gianlorenzo Bernini’s famous Fountain of Rivers at its centre. The rivers are representaing the four most important rivers known at the time. 

Circus Maximus

One of the ancient stadium of Ancient Rome situated between Palatine hill and Aventine hill. Its capacity could hosts 300.000 spectators. Used for chariots races. 

Piazza Venezia 

One of the central square of Rome where is possible to admire the Vittoriano the huge building built to celebrate the victory of Vittorio Emanuel II. 

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