Ross - Answered a Question by Negus (24 Aug 07 18:12)

Isn't Civitavecchia where the cruise is docked?

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Neil Down - Answered a Question by Negus (24 Aug 07 19:49)

Sorry I don't understand either your question or the problem. The ship docks, I understand, in Civitavecchia and that is where you join it so where are you coming from ? Maybe you should RING your agent to get a definitive answer. Regards....Neil Dow.

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Doyle - Answered a Question by Negus (25 Aug 07 08:40)

Hi if arriving by train then you can get taxis to the cruise berths as at say southampton. the journey from rail station to cruise berrth takes about ten mins i think to calrify other answers, Costa cruises start from Civitavechia, and many people fly to Rome independently and make their own way to the shi.

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Ross - Answered a Question by Negus (25 Aug 07 19:05)

From civitavecchia train station walk along the front with your luggage keeping the sea on your left hand side - you will then get to a bus stop where the 'free' bus runs you to the ship. Or catch a cab.

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