Things to see and do - Civitavecchia
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Civitavecchia Travel guide
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Ancient Centumcellae has been the port of Rome since the reign of Trajan and is still a busy port today, handling maritime traffic with Sardinia. It is here that the writer Stendhal was appointed French Consul in 1831. He took advantage of the substantial amount of leisure time offered by his post to write several of his works, including The Charterhouse of Parma.
Tourist attractions Civitavecchia : Things to see and do
Porto di Civitavecchia I - 00053 Civitavecchia
This solid building defending the port is a Renaissance building that was started by Bramante, continued by Sangallo le Jeune and Bernin and completed by Michelangelo after whom it is named in 1557.
Largo Plebiscito 1 I - 00053 Civitavecchia
This museum displays Etruscan and Roman collections unearthed in excavations carried out in the area. Among the objects on display, there is a surprising collection of Roman anchors.
v. Terme-di-Traiano I - 00053 Civitavecchia
The spas (also called Terme Taurine) are actually made up of two developments. The western development dates back to the Republican period whilst the second and best-preserved development was built under Hadrian, Trajan's successor.
Via Aurelia Sud, Km 68.750 I - 00053 Civitavecchia
The Sunbay Park Hotel, with beautiful views over the sea and tourist harbour, is only 40 minutes from Rome and Leonardo da Vinci Airport. It offers a swimming pool overlooking the sea. The location just outside Civitavecchia, in the heart of Souther..
Via del Gazometro 3 I - 00053 Civitavecchia
Via Montegrappa 27 I - 00053 Civitavecchia
Hotel Porto Di Roma is set in Civitavecchia’s old town, just 450 metres from the harbour, and close to shops and restaurants. The bright rooms include free Wi-Fi and LCD satellite TV. Transport links from Porto Di Roma Hotel are excellent, making tr..
corso Marconi 50 I - 00053 Civitavecchia
This elegant, small restaurant has a large fireplace, as well as prints and reproductions on the bright orange walls. The cuisine focuses mainly on fish and seafood with a few Sardinian specialities on the menu (guests are advised to book the latter ..