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Roma Express is a transport by train really new and useful for people arriving in inside-romexCivitavecchia Port by cruising ship such as romexCosta Crociere , Msc Crociere, Royal Caribbean, Carnival, P&O, Holland Cruise Line, Norvegian Cruise Line and so on. After disembarkation (assisted by Ground Operator) you will reach Rome from Civitavecchia Port by private Train “Rome Express” a private, comfortable, fast and luxury train, the new and exclusive way for cruise guests to discover the eternal city. Enjoy a ride through the marvellous countryside delighted by classical music.
You’ll assisted by an escort who will help you on board of train and will hand out city-maps.
The train will stop in St. Peter’s Station, near the town centre so that it will be easy for you to reach the main monuments. You have to bear in mind the place where you are dropped off because the train will leave for Civitavecchia from the same station. Roma Express will take you back to Civitavecchia. A courtesy service may be offered on board under request.
It’s possible to have special solutions adding some tours in Rome with the transfer of Rome Express.
The technical data of the train are:

  • 5 Self-propelled Cars (rail coaches)
  • 380 seats – 2 engines per car (280 hp each)
  • Maximum speed: 90 miles/h
  • Maximum security standards – Maximum safety standards
  • 1 compartment with 40 seats
  • 1 compartment with 36 seats
  • 1 toilet – Facility for hospitality services
  • Indipendent sound system in each   compartment
  • American standard air conditioning
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The port is located at about forty five minutes from Rome, on the stretch that goes from Santa Marinella to Civitavecchia, in the heart of a notably important Etruscan area.
riva-di-traianoIt extends over 255,000 square meters with 4,000 line meters of docks that can host 1,182 boats that measure up to 42 meters.
24-hour radio assistance is provided by the control tower and 9 specialized persons assist boats with mooring maneuvers.
An AGIP gas pump is opened all year to distribute Super gasoline and diesel. Water, electricity and telephone are available at all mooring stations.  Furthermore, there are Toilettes, equipped also for handicapped persons, with free hot water showers open all day.
Amongst other things, there is also: a weather service, guard service, diversified waste collection, fire fighting service, change in port water and cleaning of water surface.  There are numerous parking spaces inside the port and a large parking area outside for visitors.
Lastly, there is a shopping center that includes, amongst other things, a restaurant, bar, supermarket, newspaper and tobacco shop, nautical equipment and brokers, clothing, photograph equipment, florist and others.
Above all, national and international regattas are organized and scuba diving courses and other sports activities are available. The Tourist Port of Riva di Traiano also promotes various cultural activities, such as:  music concerts, book presentations and art show.

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For family, teenager and for fun you will find swimming pools, water slides, streams passable by canoe, whirlpool baths, ocean waves, Toboggan and Kamikaze those are the fantastic attraction of aquatic parks in latium!

Zoomarine (Torvaianica – Rome)
A marine park situated in Lazio’s seacoast and far 25 Km from Rome. Zoomarine, inaugurated in 2005, inspires at Sea World american parks: water shows, educational proposal, swimming pools with slides, rides and more over. Every day Zoomarine offers to the public six different shows: the island of dolphins, the bay of pinnipeds, the wood of parrots, the land of raptors and the galleon of plunders.
Web Site: Zoomarine

Hydromania (Casal Lumbroso – Rome)
You’ll find swimming pools, water slides and water games. The attractions of the park are the kamikaze, the Tobbogan, the water slides and the swimming pool with artificial waves. The park offers the opportunity to spend a relaxing and a refreshing day.
Web Site: Hydromania

Aquafelix (Civitavecchia – Rome)
Swimming pools, water slides, streams passable by canoe, hydro, water games, rides and shows. You can spend wonderful days in the sun or under the shade of trees in a hilly area located a few meters from the sea.
Web Site: Acquafelix

Aquapiper (Guidonia – Rome)
One of the biggest aquatic park in Italy. Olympic swimming pools with ocean waves, water slides, whirlpool baths, children’s pool and playrooms. Free Parking.
Web Site:Acquapiper

Acquapark (Itri – Latina)
The park allows you to combine a hilly setting with the sea view. Swimming pools, water slides, fountains, sun beds and umbrellas are available for you to spend an unforgettable day.
Web Site:Acquapark

Scivosplash (Latina)
An aquatic park just a few minutes from the center of Latina. The hotel has a pool, a lagoon baby, numerous water slides, a whirlpool bath, a relaxation pool, a sunroof and a staff of animation.
Web Site: Scivosplash

Miami Beach (Latina)
To enjoy yourself and having fun during the summertime ther’s Miami Beach, an aquatic park just outside the city of Latina at only 30 minutes by car from the Rome and 20 minutes from Circeo.
The structure is a part of a complex distributed in 3 areas which covers an area of 100,000 square meters.
Web Site: Miami Beach

Hawaii Park (Cassino)
This park is adjacent to ‘”Hotel Rocca”. You can find a wave pool, an olympic pool, two pools dedicated to children, a multi-track to go with rubber boats, two Toboggans, a Kamikaze and so on.
Web Site : Hawaii Park

Park Club (Frosinone)
This park is open every day of the year thanks to swimming and tennis lessons. During the summer is a great aquatic park called “Aquapark Ciociaria”and has typical attractions such as Kamikaze, three Tobbogan Slides (2 open air and one fully closed) and another small Kamikaze dedicated to the childern. In addition to the classical wave pool, there is cute lagoon with a little slide for children and a third pool with a central ‘”mushroom” from which begins three slides for children.
Web Site: Park Club

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