Video Postcard from RomeCabs: Vatican Museums

 

Buon giorno and welcome to Stefano’s RomeCabs transfer and tour travel blog. Our goal is to make you a trip to Italy as easy and enjoyable as possible.

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Video Postcard from RomeCabs: the Vatican Museums

 

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The Vatican Museums are located within the Vatican city, not in Rome.  

There are 54 galleries inside the Vatican Museums, making the Vatican museums one of the largest museums in the world.

Extensive exhibitions of many of the world’s most treasured masterpieces are featured throughout the many individual museums, galleries, and  halls, have been collected by popes throughout the centuries since the Renaissance era.

The Vatican museums have been founded by Pope Julius II in early 16th century to showcase a special marble sculpture that you can admire inside the Cortile del Belvedere (The Belvedere Courtyard).

The sculpture is of Laocoon and his Sons  was discovered in 1506 buried in what used to be a vineyard near the Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica in Rome.

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Laocoön and his Sons - Belvedere Courtyard, Vatican Museums with RomeCabs

Laocoön and his Sons – Belvedere Courtyard, Vatican Museums

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The different museums were founded by various other popes to feature specific collections of Renaissance works of art, Etruscan artifacts discovered during archaeological excavations, ancient Egyptian objects, and more.

Not to miss are also the Papal apartments frescoed by the famous artist Raphael and his workshop called the Raphael Rooms (Stanze di Raffaello):

Room of Heliodorus, Hall of Constantine, Room of the Signature, Room of the Fire in the Borgo.  

The most famous painting in all of these rooms is the School of Athens (inside the Room of the Signature)
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School of Athens by Raphael. Rooms of the Signature – Vatican Museums

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Also to be enjoyed is Sala Rotonda, a circular room shaped like a miniature Pantheon complete with a faux coffered dome above, and lined with  ancient statues of pagan gods and Roman emperors.

The Gallery of the Maps is a long vibrant hall with Renaissance era maps painted on the walls making it the world’s largest pictorial geographical study.  The ornate ceiling adds to the magnificence of this Gallery.
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Hall of the Maps, Vatican Museums

Hall of the Maps, Vatican Museums

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What most visitors anticipate at the end of their Vatican Museums visit is to enter the Sistine Chapel (Capella Sistina) and admire than breathtaking frescoes by Michelangelo: the Sistine Chapel Ceiling depicting 9 scenes from the Book of Genesis, and the Last Judgment fresco on the altar wall.

The Vatican Museums is part of Stefano’s RomeCabsRome in A Day” Day Tour and Shore Excursion from Civitavecchia, as well as “Christian Rome Tour” with Stefano Rome Tours.

 

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Thank you very much for choosing Stefano’s RomeCabs for your Tours in Rome and beyond.

We look forward to showing you beautiful places in Italy!

Stefano’s RomeCabs Team

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Video Postcard from RomeCabs: VILLA D’ESTE, Tivoli

 

Villa d’Este is a 16th century Renaissance villa surrounded by breathtaking terraced gardens in the town of Tivoli in the countryside of Rome.  

Here art, nature and history combine for an unforgettable visit.

 

Video Postcard from RomeCabs: VILLA D’ESTE, Tivoli

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The Villa was originally commissioned by Cardinal Ipplito d’Este as Tivoli was a popular summer residence for those wishing to escape the chaos of Rome since the Roman times.

The large multi level villa includes numerous magnificently painted rooms that you can enjoy during your visit. From walls to ceiling, each room is a masterpiece of artistic glories.

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Inside Villa d’Este, Tivoli

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However, most of the visitors have something else in mind when they think of Villa d’Este: it’s magnificent Italian style gardens with hundreds of fountains, pools,  waterfalls, and water troughs with water supplied by the Aniene River.

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Villa d’ Este Gardens

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Elaborate fountain complexes will delight your senses and with gushing water that is music to your ears.

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Villa D’Este Water Falls and Fountains

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The tiered gardens can be descended along pathways or elegant stairs.

Perfectly manicured landscapes, an abundance of lush greenery, classical statues, artificial grottos and a symphony of water fountains and pools, conjures images of the fabled Hanging Gardens of Babylon and mythical nymphs that makes you feel you’ve entered a magical garden full of wonders.

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Villa d’Este Fountains

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Villa d’Este is part of Stefano’s RomeCabs TIVOLI VILLA AND GARDENS TOUR from Rome where you have the opportunity to visit both Villa d’Este and Hadrian’s Villa.

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USEFUL INFORMATION ON VISITING VILLA D’ESTE

Villa d’Este is closed the following days:
All Mondays, January 1st, May 1st, and December 25th.  

Ticket Prices:
Full ticket: € 8,00
Reduced ticket: € 4,00
Ticket prices may vary in conjunction with exhibitions inside the Villa.

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Thank you very much for choosing Stefano’s RomeCabs for your tours and transfers in Rome and beyond. We look forward to showing you beautiful places in Italy!

 

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Tivoli: Villa d'Este

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Don’t Do These 7 Things when Booking a Fiumicino or Civitavecchia Transfer

 

Buon giorno and welcome to Stefano’s RomeCabs Transfer and Tour Blog.

We are dedicated to help turn your trip or cruise to Italy into a vacation of a lifetime!

When planning your holiday or cruise to Italy there is one thing that you have to decide on: your transfers to and from the Airport, Hotel, and / or Cruise Ship in Civitavecchia.

For more than 12 years, Stefano’s RomeCabs has provided quality, reliable and affordable Airport and Civitavecchia Transfers to hundreds of thousands of happy travelers and cruisers.

In this article, we bring to your attention some of the most important things NOT to do when booking your Airport or Civitavecchia Transfers.

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Don’t Do These 7 Things when Booking a Fiumicino or Civitavecchia Transfer

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Civitavecchia Transfers with Stefano's RomeCabs

Civitavecchia Transfers with Stefano’s RomeCabs

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1  Don’t book your Transfers last minute just before your trip

If you travel in the shoulder or off season, you may be able to secure reliable last minute transfers (and tours) in Rome or the cruise ports in Italy.

But in late spring, summer and early fall which are the peak cruising and travel season, securing airport and Civitavecchia transfers on a last minute basis can be difficult or impossible.

If you require multiple transfers during your trip, don’t wait until just before your trip to book them as you may not secure availability on ALL your transfers together.

As with most last minute plans, being rushed and anxious can also result in errors when placing your reservations. Errors in your Airport or Civitavecchia reservations can have terrible consequences if your transfers are not provided accurately based on misinformation.

If rushed, you may even skip reading important information about the services you book, resulting in disappointments during your travels if not properly informed in advance.

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2  Don’t book your Transfers during your trip

Whether you rushed to book your arrival transfer and did not have time to organize multiple transfers together, or you wanted to try out the company before committing to further reservations, waiting until while on your vacation or cruise to book further reservations is not recommended.

Not only you face the same predicament of not being able to secure last minute services, planning your additional transfers take up precious vacation time that you’d otherwise spend enjoying Italy or your cruise.

While on a cruise internet and phone access is not always guaranteed or may be spotty, making it difficult to properly connect to place your reservations.

Your cruise or vacation should be about enjoying yourself and filling up your day with fun activities…. Not spent trying to book transfers and tours, or worrying about how you will secure a much needed transfer.

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3  Don’t Forget to Provide a Phone Number in case the Company Needs to Contact You

Email technology is a great way to communicate important information, however, we can’t reach you by email if our emails bounce back (which sometimes happens!).  Some email accounts have super hyper filters that block or send legitimate email correspondences into the spam folder, never making it to your inbox.  Also, a simpler error in your email address will result in our inability to ever reach you.

By providing a telephone contact, we can reach you should it become impossible to do so via E-Mail.

If you plan to bring a cell phone to Italy, it is recommended to provide that number as well so you can be reached in case of emergency.

With the ease of traveling with a cell phone internationally, it’s a huge advantage to have one with you to stay connected with your transfer and tour provider, as well as they being able to stay in touch with you regarding urgent or time sensitive information.

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4 Don’t assume that ALL your luggage will fit in the vehicle.  

The prices for transfers and tours are generally for the total number of passengers. However, to be assured you will be provided a proper size vehicle to accommodate your party and luggage together, it is important to inform us of the total number of suitcases and carry ons you plan to bring with you.

If you are a party of 2-3 with more than s suitcases and 3 carry ons, it is important to inform the company to be provided a vehicle upgrade to accommodate all your luggage.

If you are a party of 7-8 with more than 8 suitcases and more than 8 carry ons, you may need a 2nd vehicle if all your luggage will not fit inside the vehicle.

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5  Don’t book your transfers before booking your flight and hotel

To prevent issues with your transfer that can result from incomplete information submitted in your reservation, make sure you book your flight and hotel before you book your transfers.

Your flight arrival information and hotel accommodation is required in order to be able to pick you up. If you leave this important part “To Be Determined” later, from experience it is very easy to forget to update the company later, and your transfer may not be able to be provided accurately with incomplete information.

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6 Don’t assume small children can ride in your lap and fail to include them as passengers.

If  you are traveling with small children they will need a child seat or booster seat and cannot travel by car without a secured seat.

It is imperative that you inform the company of the number of children and their ages in advance when placing your reservation.

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7  Don’t assume that company, payment, and cancellation policies are the same around the world.

When booking your Airport and Civitavecchia Transfers, read the important information provided on our website, as well as in the confirmation emails you receive from us. They contain all the necessary information pertaining to your reservation, our service,  where to meet your drivers, payment and cancellation policies and more.

To avoid disappointments during travel, take the extra few minutes to inform yourself in advance, you’ll be glad you did as the only surprises you will encounter are Pleasant Surprises!

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For more information on Airport and Civitavecchia Transfers please visit our website at http://www.RomeCabs.com, or click on the transfer options below to go directly to that specific transfer page.

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Thank you very much for choosing Stefano’s RomeCabs for your Transfers and Tours in Italy.

We look forward to welcome you to Rome!

Stefano’s RomeCabs Team

 

 

St Francis Church in Civitavecchia
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Video Postcard from RomeCabs: Bracciano Castle

 

Buon giorno  welcome to Stefano’s RomeCabs Transfers and Tours travel blog. Our mission is to make your trip to Italy as interesting and enjoyable as possible.

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VIDEO POSCARD FROM ROMECABS: BRACCIANO CASTLE

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In this week’s video postcard we feature the wondrous Bracciano Castle featured in our Countryside Splendor Day Tour from Rome, Pre-Cruise Tour from Rome to Civitavecchia, and shore excursion from Civitavecchia.

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Bracciano Castle. Countryside Splendor Tour

Bracciano Castle. Countryside Splendor Tour with RomeCabs

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Bracciano Castle is one of the most magnificent as well preserved renaissance castles in Italy. A monumental fortress, Bracciano Castle is located in the historic town of Bracciano overlooking the pristine volcanic Lake Bracciano.

Built in the 15th Century, the castle is a combination of strong military defense fortress and a private residence of the feudal lords of that time- namely the Orsini and Borgia families.

Formally named Castello Orsini – Odescalchi after their families that owned it, the castle is still owned by the Odescalchi  family even today. 

The castle and its grounds are open to visitors to explore the ornate rooms finally decorated with Renaissance era furniture, paintings, frescoes, and many fascinating objects that were used during that time. You really feel you’ve stepped back in time surrounded by all this original splendor. It is more than a museum, it is life as it was lived.

As you explore these menu brooms over to stories, you can imagine that many of it to lease most illustrious figures such as Kings, Queens, lords, ladies, Popes, and more have lived and slept here. It is quite a sale retail castle that takes you back in time 500 centuries into one of Italy’s most glorious eras. 

When you visit the castle grounds and the atrium outdoors, don’t forget to climb on top of its defensive wall that was once patrolled by armed soldiers,  and enjoy a spectacular view of the Lake Bracciano and the magnificent countryside that surrounds you.

Thank you very much for choosing Stefano’s Romecabs for your transfers, day yours, and shore excursions in Italy. We look forward to welcome you to Rome.

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BRACCIANO CASTLE featured on Countryside Splendor Tour with RomeCabs

Bracciano Castle – Countryside Splendor Day Tour

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Visiting Rome in the Summer? What to expect – by RomeCabs

 

Buon giorno and welcome to Stefano’s RomeCabs Transfer and Tour blog.  We are dedicated in providing quality and reliable Transfers, Day Tours and Shore Excursions and throughout Italy.

Summer is by far the most popular time of the year to visit Italy. With summer vacations, warm temperature and long days to enjoy more sightseeing, millions of visitors from around the world make their way to Rome either on vacations or by cruise ships.

There is one question that is most frequently asked, and in this article we will let you know.

 

Visiting Rome in the Summer? What to expect

 

Hot Summer Months in Rome

Rome is hot in the summer, temperatures can rise into upper 80’s and 90’s on many days.  The stone buildings, pavement, and monuments absorb sun heat and make the city even hotter.

Staying hydrated is easy as there are many public fountains in Rome where refreshing natural water gushes out, making it possible to refill your water bottle throughout the day.

The sun his hot and strong in the summer, so be sure to protect yourself with sunscreen, sunglasses, and sunhats whenever possible.

 

Summer Sales all around Italy!

After the 1st week of July, the summer sale starts in Italy! Expect great value on clothing, shoes, accessories and more.
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Summer Sale in Rome

Summer Sale in Rome

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The summer sales last through August (or until the shops finish their sale merchandise), so if you don’t catch the sales when they start, you can still expect great findings and even more reduced prices throughout the summer.

At Outlet Malls like Sorrate and McCarthur Glen near Rome you’ll find sales even on existing discounted prices on popular and designer labels.

If a shopping spree is part of your plans while in Rome and the thought of carrying a too many shopping bags around from store to store, or you’d like to visit the outlet malls, Stefano’s RomeCabs can assist with a private deluxe vehicle with plenty of space for all your shopping and an English speaking Driver at your disposal to take you where you’d like to go.
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Outlet Shopping near Rome

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Crowded Museums and Monuments

With millions of visitors into Rome in the summer, expect Museums and Monuments like the Vatican Museums and Colosseum to be very crowded.
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Crowded Monuments and Museums in Rome in the Summer

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If you don’t book your Admission Tickets in advance online, you can expect hours’ long ticket lines.

If crowded attractions are not for you, you can substitute the Vatican Museum with other Museums in Rome like Borghese Gallery, Capitoline Museums, of the National Roman Museum.

You can also substitute a visit inside the crowded Colosseum with Roman Forum, Palatine Hill, Baths of Caracalla, or Trajan’s Market.
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Last minute bookings for tours and transfers not always available

While last minute deals “may” be possible on many airlines and hotels, if planning to arrange hotels, transfers and tours in Rome in the summer, you may not find availability for last minute requests.  

Aside from the large number of visitors in Rome, add the cruisers (about 2 million a year) who also book hotels, transfers and tours pre cruise, shore excursion from Civitavecchia, or post cruise.

If planning to visit Rome in advance and you want to have your choice of hotel accommodation, transfers and tours, book in advance and remove the stress, anxiety, and disappointments that come with last minute preparations.

For more information on Transfers and Tours in Rome and Italy, please visit our website at www.RomeCabs.com
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Thank you very much for choosing Stefano’s RomeCabs. We look forward to welcome you to Rome!

Stefano’s RomeCabs Team

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Video Postcard from RomeCabs: CIVITAVECCHIA

 

 Buon giorno and welcome to Stefano’s RomeCabs, Rome’s premier company for private Transfers and Tours in Italy.

 This week’s Video Postcard from RomeCabs features Civitavecchia.

Civitavecchia is a lovely seaside port town that sees more than 2 million cruisers and visitors each year, and 2 thousand ships that pass through this historic harbor.

Even though it’s about 1.5 hours drive time from Rome, Civitavecchia is considered the Port of Rome…and a very ancient port too!  In the name itself.

Civitavecchia means “little old town.

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Video Postcard from RomeCabs: CIVITAVECCHIA

 

 

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HISTORY OF CIVITAVECCHIA

In the ancient times of the Romans, the harbor in Civitavecchia was constructed at the start of 2nd century AD by Emperor Trajan

Pliny the Younger (Roman author and magistrate of Ancient Rome), made reference to this port town by the name of Centum Cellae – and some have proposed that it could have referred to the hundred (centum) chambers (cellae) of the Emperor’s villa.

After the collapse of the Roman Empire, during the Middle Ages Centumcealle as it was called, became a Byzantine citadel. The Byzantine Empire was also referred toas the Eastern Roman Empire – the continuation of the Roman Empire in the East during late Antiquity and Middle Ages when its capital was Constantinople (modern day Istanbul).

In the 9th century it was raided by the Saraceans (Arabs of that era), and then later became part of the Papal States.

 It wasn’t until late 1690’s that the harbor became a free port and the main port of Rome. It survived occupation by the French Empire and WWII bombings.

 

CIVITAVECCHIA TODAY

Today, the main site in Civitavecchia is the imposing fortress: Forte Michelangelo

Renaissance era architect Donao Bramante was commissioned by Pope Julius II to build a fort that would defend Rome from invaders by sea.  One part of the “maschio” tower was designed by Michealengelo and the entire fortress went by his name.

The town of Civitavecchia is lively with shops, restaurants, cafes and hotels that cater to locals and visitors alike. Many cruisers who arrive late the day before their cruise choose to spend the night in Civitavecchia and leave on their cruise from the nearby port the next day.

For more information on Civitavecchia, please click below to read more from our sister blog.

WHAT TO SEE AND DO IN CIVITAVECCHIA (TRAVEL TIPS FOR CRUISERS)

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Traveling to Italy on a cruise and need Port Transfers, Pre Cruise Tours, Shore Excursions and Post Cruise tours from Civitavecchia?  

Visit our official website at http://www.RomeCabs.com or click below for more information.

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Civitavecchia Transfers with RomeCabs

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SHORE EXCURSIONS FROM CIVITAVECCHIA

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PANORAMIC ROME FOR CRUISERS

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Thank you very much or choosing Stefano’s RomeCabs for your Transfers and Tours to/from Civitavecchia.

We look forward to welcome you to Italy!

Stefano’s RomeCabs Team
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Civitavecchia harbor

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The BEST and WORST Time to Book your Civitavecchia Transfers

 

Buon giorno and welcome to Stefanos’ RomeCabs, Rome’s premier company for quality and reliable Civitavecchia Transfers, Day Tours and Shore Excursions in Italy.

If you are planning cruise, one of the important decisions you will have to make is how to get to and from your cruise ship.  If your cruise starts or ends in Italy, chances are you will be leaving and arriving at the cruise port of Civitavecchia.

Although regarded as the Port of Rome, Civitavecchia is about 1.5 hours away from Rome, and about 1 hour away from Fiumicino Airport – Rome’s international airport in the town of Fiumicino (about 40 minutes from Rome). Most international flights arrive at Fiumicino Airport. Some regional flights also arrive at Ciampino Airport, but most of our clients arrive at or depart from Fiumicino Airport (FCO).

During your cruise holiday that starts or ends in Civitavecchia, you may need various types of Transfers that includes:

Fiumicino Airport to Civitavecchia
* If arriving at Rome’s airport on the same day your cruise departs, or if arriving a day early and planning to stay in the town of Civitavecchia near the port overnight

Fiumicino Airport to Rome hotel accommodation
* If arriving prior to your cruise and spend time in Rome

Rome hotel to Civitavecchia Cruise Port

Civitavecchia Cruise Port to Fiumicino Airport
* If your flight departs on the same day your ship arrives at the end of your cruise)

Civitavecchia Cruise Port  to Rome hotel accommodation
* If you plan to stay in Rome post cruise

Rome hotel accommodation to the Airport
* For your final departure from Italy at the end of your holiday
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As you can see, there are various types of transfers to plan for and arrange, depending on your travel itinerary. They can be as simple as 2 direct transfers between Airport and Civitavecchia, or multiple complex transfers with stays in Rome pre cruise and/or post cruise.

 

So what is the best time and the worst time to book your Civitavecchia Transfers?

 

The Best Times to book your Civitavecchia Transfer

 

One of the best times to book your Civitavecchia Transfer is as soon as your travel plans are finalized.

Once you booked your cruise, your flight, and your hotels, you are ready to book your transfers.

By booking early and in advance, you can secure your ALL necessary transfers on all your dates and times.

By waiting until last minute you may not find availability, especially during peak travel months and if your travel dates coincides with already busy port days when multiple large ships dock in Civitavecchia together and tens of thousands of cruisers booking up most of the available transfer companies.

Instead of wrapping up the final details of your trip, you’ll be spending your time anxiously contacting multiple companies trying to find available transfers… and since the most reputable companies get booked first and quickly, you may find yourself with less than desired options down the line.

You need to finalize your flight and hotel details first before booking your transfers as they will be required when placing your reservations.

Because your hotel location is necessary for hotel pick ups, it’s important to book your hotel accommodation before you book any transfers that require hotel pick up or drop off.

By booking your transfer first and leaving your hotel To Be Decided later, you may forget to update your transfer company with your new hotel, and your reservation will remain incomplete and service may not be provided accurately.

 

The other best time to book your Civitavecchia Transfer is when you are focused

When you are focused on a task, you reduce your risk of making errors. And making errors on your transfer reservations can be costly.

If you book a transfer on the incorrect date, with incorrect ship information for your pick up at the port, or the wrong flight number and time arriving in Rome, you may find yourself without your much needed service at the airport of the cruise port.
Verify the details of your reservations carefully for accuracy, and if you make an error in your reservation alert the company immediately so corrections can be made.

 

The Worst Times to book your Civitavecchia Transfers

 

One of the Worst Times to book your Civitavecchia Transfers is just before your trip.

Just before leaving on an important international trip and cruise, you are rushed and can easily forget to book important transfers and you can make errors in your reservations that can result in service not provided.

If waiting until last minute to book your transfers, you not have sufficient time to review the important information about on the service you book (such as where to meet your driver, mode of payment, cancellation policy, etc…).

By not taking the time to read important information carefully and simply relying on assumptions, you may find yourself faced with unpleasant surprises – especially when traveling abroad where things are done differently than at home.
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The Other Worst Time to book your Civitavecchia Transfers is during your cruise

Unfortunately too many cruisers book their transfers one at a time, piecemeal, with potentially unpleasant results.

Whether they want to test out the transfer company before booking additional services, in a hurry and only had time to book their initial transfers, simply forgot to book subsequent transfers, or preferred to keep their options open for alternatives, may find themselves in the middle of their cruise scrambling to find transportation to the airport or to their hotel once their ship docks at the end of their cruise.

At sea, internet access may be sporadic, slow and/or expensive, and phone connection poor.

Instead of enjoying your cruise, you’d be spending your time trying to secure a post cruise transfer.  

By waiting to book last minute, you may also find yourself in the same predicament mentioned previously: not finding availability for last minute reservations.   

With transportation options at Civitavecchia limited to a few Civitavecchia taxis and a slow and challenging train system, your post cruise just turned bleak.

 If you have a flight to catch directly from your ship, you may be at risk of missing your flight and ruining your otherwise perfect cruise holiday.

 

We hope this information helps you with your travel plans and to book your perfect Civitavecchia Transfers.

For more information on our Civitavecchia Transfers visit our official website at www.RomeCabs.com, or click below:

 

CIVITAVECCHIA TRANSFERS

 

Do you have a half day or full day available for sightseeing Pre Cruise or Post Cruise?

Turn your Civitavecchia Transfers into delightful fun filled tours with our popular Pre-Cruise and Post-Cruise tours in Rome and the Roman Countryside. Click below on the different tour options to find out more.

 

ROME PRE CRUISE TOUR

Rome Pre Cruise Tour includes pick up from your hotel in Rome, 4 hour tour of Rome in your private deluxe vehicle and English speaking Driver, followed by a transfer to Civitavevecchia where you will be delivered right on the pier next to your ship.

 

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Rome Pre Cruise Tour with Stefano’s RomeCabs

 

COUNTRYSIDE PRE CRUISE TOUR

Countryside Pre Cruies Tour includes pick up from your hotel in Rome, journey to the countryside to the village of Bracciano and visit the famous Bracciano Castle that overlooks the pristine volcanic Bracciano Lake

 

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Countryside Pre Cruise Tour with Stefano’s RomeCabs

 

ROME IN A DAY POST CRUISE TOUR

Rome in A Day Post Cruise Tour includes pick up from your ship, a full day tour of Rome’s most famous sites, and drop off at your hotel in Rome.

Please watch the TOUR VIDEO below for a preview of our Rome in  A Day Tour:
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COUNTRYSIDE SPLENDOR TOUR – POST CRUISE

 Our popular Countryside Splendor Tour from Civitavecchia can be provided as a Post Cruise Tour with pick up from our ship, full day tour of the countryside to Bracciano, Bracciano Castle, lunch in the Medieval Hamlet of Ceri, and an adventurous exploration of ancient Tombs in the Banditaccia Etruscan Necropolis in Cerveteri.

Please watch the TOUR VIDEO below for a preview of our Countryside Splendor Tour:
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Thank you very much for choosing Stefano’s RomeCabs for your Transfers and Tours in Italy.

We look forward to welcome you!
Stefano’s RomeCabs
http://www.RomeCabs.com

 

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