Ok i've checked all the time tables and i just want to check something.
I want to get the train just after 8am a regional train - but does it stop at Roma S. Pietro ?
On the website it give you a list of the stops but i don't see it on it.
CIVITAVECCHIA 08:02 AM
S.MARINELLA 08:09 AM 08:10 AM
SANTA SEVERA 08:16 AM 08:16 AM
MARINA DI CERVETERI 08:22 AM 08:23 AM
CERVETERI LADISPOLI 08:27 AM 08:28 AM
TORRE IN PIETRA PALIDORO 08:34 AM 08:34 AM
MACCARESE FREGENE 08:39 AM 08:39 AM
AURELIA INT.STOP 08:48 AM 08:49 AM
SSSSS 08:57 AM 08:58 AM
SSSSS 09:02 AM 09:03 AM
ROMA OSTIENSE 09:09 AM 09:10 AM
SSSSS 09:14 AM 09:15 AM
ROMA TERMINI 09:20 AM
Do you think its sssss - looking at a map Roma S. Pietro is in between AURELIA and OSTIENSE
Do all the trains stop at Roma S. Pietro ?
And which station would i be better using on the return journey ?
You are too early!
European railways schedules change at 10.06.2007.
Therefore you cannot request any schedules for 07.07.2007 when you are in Rome.
I would try it Mid/End of May 2007 again.
But current schedule reads as follow:
Civitavecchia --> Roma Termini
Stop Arrive Depart
------------------------------ ------ ------
S.Marinella 8:09 8:10
S.Severa 8:16 8:16
Marina di Cerveteri 8:22 8:23
Cerveteri-Ladispoli 8:27 8:28
Torre in Pietra-Pal. 8:34 8:34
Maccarese-Fregene 8:39 8:39
Aurelia 8:48 8:49
Roma S. Pietro 8:57 8:58
Roma Trastevere 9:02 9:03
Roma Ostiense 9:09 9:10
Roma Tuscolana 9:14 9:15
Roma Termini 9:20
day(s) of operation
Civitavecchia --> Roma Termini :
runs Mo - Sa, not 25., 26. Dec, 1., 6. Jan, 9., 25. Apr, 1. May,
K2: 2nd class only
Civitavecchia --> Roma Termini
The dates i put in were the 10.1.07 just to give me an idea.
So the Civitavecchia cruise port isn't really in the centrum of Rome?
Those who wants to see the city needs to use extra transport?
Junior Cruiser are you serious http://cruise-chat.com/groupee_commo...s/icon_eek.gifor just pulling my leg?????
Belfast - don't buy the train ticket online since when we got on the bus in the port that took one to the port exit the bus operator made us an offer €20.- per Person and they took us exactly where you are wanting to go. The Busstop in directly in front of the churchand the steps taking you to the walls of the Vatican City are also directly infront of you. all you have to do is go up the stair turn left and follow the big wall. The first site of interest you will find are the Museum of the Vatican (I can't remember the name this morning) If you don't want to go there just keep walking around the wall and you will get to St Peters Square and the rest is lot of walking but a piece of cake with a decent city map.
wow, I really didn't thought about that! http://cruise-chat.com/groupee_commo...on_biggrin.gif
RCCLs webpage just described Civitavecchia as being really close to Rome.
I guess the Rome Excursions is a good way here, to see it all http://cruise-chat.com/groupee_commo.../icon_wink.gif
oops he WAS serious.. rome is about 1 to 1,5 hours depending on traffic from Cevitavecchia
I did say depending on traffic..... Italian traffic is not like other traffic
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