Cruise ships berth at docks 10 to 13 and dock 25 at Civitavecchia port, about an hour drive from Rome. The new state-of-the-art cruise terminal – Terminal Amerigo Vespucci has just recently opened in May 2018 and is the largest in Europe, covering 11,000 square meters. The facilities include a check in area with 60 counters, that can double to 120 if needed, 90 monitors for the passengers to observe their check-in status, a VIP lounge with a separate check-in desks, a luggage hall, a bar and a restaurant and plenty of comfortable sitting space. The cruise port is 70 km away or about an hour drive from the International Fiumicino Airport, and just over an hour from the smaller Ciampino Airport, 90 km away. Getting out and about from the cruise terminal at Civitavecchia is fairly easy, there are port shuttles that can take you near the port exit (it would be too far to walk). From there you can either hire a taxi from a licensed company (you wouldn’t be able to go short distance with those) or go to the train and bus station outside of the port. From there you can take a train to Roma Termini in Rome, it would take about an hour.