Port of call for cruise ships and ferries to the islands, but also a seaside town with a complex history. Civitavecchia is the "gate to the sea" in Rome. Its port has always been of strategic importance, since the times of the Romans.
Here you can imagine how they relaxed the ancient Romans and you can admire rooms and mosaics beautifully preserved original. And for those who want to enjoy the healthy sulfur springs that the Romans liked so much, just go to the nearby complex Ficoncella.
It’s very close to Roma so is very easy to go there during your holiday or honeymoon to visit places like the Colosseo, Piazza di Spagna, etc.