"On time and very professional "
Reach the Rome airport stress free with this private luxury transfer from the Civitavecchia port, and relax in your air-conditioned Mercedes with English-speaking driver.
Departure from: Fiumicino Airport, Civitavecchia
Duration 1 hour
from 13 February 2018 to 31 December 2020 (All days)
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
- Transfer from the Civitavecchia Port to the Rome Airport (or vice versa)
- Mercedes with air conditioning
- Mineral water
- English-speaking driver
- Baby car seat available upon request
You will be transported by sedan or minivan, depending upon the number of passengers. Let us know your arrival and departure times for any flights or trains.
Provided by: Top Excursion Sorrento (Sorrento)
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"Giovanni was great. Patient with finding us all leaving Pompeii, recommending a local restaurant, and getting us to the train on time. Would definitely highly recommend."
"Excellent transfers. The drivers were professional and spoke very good English. I will definitely use them again."
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