Rome, Italy - Mediterranean Cruises

A visit to Rome is an unforgettable experience. Explore the legends of the ages: the Vatican and Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Catacombs. Stroll down the Via Veneto or sip cappuccino in the Piazza di Spagna. Italy's "Eternal City" is eternally fascinating. Throw a few coins in the Trevi Fountain and you may be back again!

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Excursions

Please note: The shore excursions listed are typical for this port. The full programme of shore excursions available for your cruise will be displayed on Cruise Personaliser at least 12 weeks prior to departure.

  • Interactive Rome For Families

    Explore Rome on a tour especially designed for families. See the highlights with expert guides and have fun with interactive games.

    Interactive Rome For Families

    Designed to entertain both children and adults, this tour provides a memorable experience that will capture the attention of the entire family. Both educational and entertaining, the tour will introduce historical and cultural information in a fun and exciting way. Through songs, games, treasure hunts and with the aid of an interactive booklet, families will experience an engaging and instructive approach to the city of Rome.

    On arrival in Rome, you’ll be met by your friendly guide, who will introduce you to the exciting programme and provide you with the booklet. You’ll choose your own Roman name and join in with a fun song called ‘We’re going to Rome’.

    Your first stop is around the Roman Forum, where you’ll take a fascinating journey through history. You’ll see the largest Roman amphitheatre, which hosted spectacular shows with Gladiators and animal fights, the Colosseum!

    Activities include building a laurel leaf crown, participating in a fascinating treasure hunt, and you’ll be taught all about Roman coins and numerals.

    Afterwards, you’ll be treated to views from the most beautiful terrace in the city, ‘Piazzale Caffarelli’.

    Enjoy some free time to relax and take in the atmosphere, before you head back to Civitavecchia.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. The drive between Civitavecchia and Rome is approximately 1½ hours each way. At the entrance of the Colosseum you may encounter considerable crowds, queues and delays at the venues. There is approximately two hours of walking on this tour. Luncheon is not included.

    Tour code

    ROM_168

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    • Family

      Especially suitable for families

    Duration

    7¾ hours

  • Bracciano Castle

    Journey through the Italian countryside to Bracciano, and visit the impressive castle.

    Bracciano Castle

    Just an hour from Civitavecchia you’ll find yourself in the ancient hillside town of Bracciano dominated by the imposing Odescalchi Castle.

    Once described as one of the most beautiful feudal residences in all of Europe, Odescalchi Castle was built in the second half of the 15th century and combines military architecture with a captivating elegance. Discover impressive rooms adorned with renaissance masterpieces, frescos and busts. The castle is built around a central courtyard and the views over Bracciano Lake are truly captivating. See for yourself the reason why Bernie Ecclestone’s daughter Petra chose this fairytale location for her wedding in 2011.


    This excursion operates by coach and on foot. There is a 10-15 minute walk from the coach parking area, through Bracciano town, to the castle. The tour of the castle involves around one hour of walking including many steps, gravel, uneven ground and a spiral staircase. Comfortable, flat non-slip shoes are essential. As Odescalchi is a private residence, this tour may be cancelled at short notice

    Tour code

    ROM_157

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    Duration

    4½ hours

  • Civitavecchia Private Tour by Minibus – Full Day

    Explore at your own pace with a private vehicle, driver and English-speaking guide at your service.

    Civitavecchia Private Tour by Minibus – Full Day

    This exclusive private tour is designed to give you the freedom to customise your time ashore so you can discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle.

    With your private vehicle, and the personal attention of your driver and English-speaking guide, you’ll have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests, and take in the sights at your own pace. See the famous sights, or go beyond to create your own special and memorable day ashore.


    This excursion will operate by minibus. Private minibuses are ordered per vehicle (not per person) and will accommodate up to 6 passengers. Only one person in the party needs to book the vehicle. The price shown is the total cost for the vehicle, driver, and English-speaking guide. Entrance fees for attractions, meals, refreshments and gratuities are not included. In many destinations, the number of vehicles available is extremely limited, so passengers are encouraged to secure their private vehicle reservation as early as possible. Tour price includes sightseeing within the city limits, touring outside the city is available at an additional cost.

    Tour code

    ROM_701

    Features

    • Activity low

      Activity Level: Low

    Duration

    8 hours

  • Italian Countryside & Catacombs

    Visit the ancient Roman underground Catacombs and experience the spectacular Roman countryside.

    Italian Countryside & Catacombs

    Upon arrival in Rome you will visit the Catacombs, a curious underground maze of tunnels where the early Christians, persecuted by the Romans, practiced their religion in secret. In the Roman Hills lies a wealth of beautiful countryside.

    You will follow the Appian Way, which runs along one of the first ancient Roman military roads into the campagna (countryside) dotted with farmhouses, villas and palaces.

    In Rome’s wine-growing hinterland, you will stop at the Monte Due Torri farmhouse, which is located in the Albani Hills. A member of the household will greet you and will lead you on a tour of the property. Upon entering the home you will be invited to assist in the preparation of the meal. Enjoy a lunch of local products; homemade bread, wine, fresh mixed salad, pasta and a dessert.


    This tour operates by coach and on foot. There is approximately 1 hour of walking involved on this tour. The terrain at the Catacombs is rough and uneven. The visit to the Catacombs is led by a Vatican guide and you may be asked to join another group not connected to P&O cruises. Flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Euros and major credit cards are accepted for local purchases. This tour is not suitable for guests who suffer from claustrophobia.

    Tour code

    ROM_164

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Meal included

      Meal Included

    Duration

    9 hours

  • Introduction to Rome

    This tour introduces you to many of Rome's highlights, with the afternoon for you to explore at your leisure.

    Introduction to Rome

    The Roman Forum was the religious and political focus of the city in Republican and Imperial times. This interesting ensemble of ancient ruins reflects twelve centuries of history, which created Roman civilisation (exterior view only).

    Photograph Rome’s finest amphitheatre, the Colosseum. Commissioned by Emperor Vespasian in 72 AD, this immense structure once held up to 55,000 people. Now standing empty and in ruin, echoes of its glorious past can still be heard (exterior view only).

    The centre of the Roman Catholic faith, St. Peter's Basilica is one of the most famous cathedrals in the world. With its immense dome, lavishly decorated interior, impressive exterior and grand piazza, it truly is a sight to behold. Your guide will offer interesting facts about this incredible monument before you enter independently.

    During the afternoon, enjoy some free time to explore Rome independently from St Peter’s Square. Have a spot of luncheon, do some shopping or perhaps visit another of Rome’s top attractions.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. The guided element of this tour involves substantial walking. Guests are advised that there are some cobbled and inclined surfaces to negotiate during this tour. Flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. There may be long queues to enter St Peter's Basilica and other popular attractions. Please dress appropriately for entering churches. Guide commentary will not be given within St Peter's Basilica. Free time is generally around two-three hours, but this may vary depending on local conditions. Please pay careful attention to the pick-up point and time. 2016 is a religious Jubilee Year of Mercy, the area around the Vatican is expected to be crowded and there will be heightened security measures in place.

    Tour code

    ROM_002

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    9½ hours

  • Rome On Your Own

    An opportunity to rediscover Rome if you have been before, and the ideal option for those who prefer to explore independently.

    Rome On Your Own

    As you walk through this treasure-filled city, the shadows of the past surround you. Images of the Roman Forum, the Colosseum and the Pantheon mingle with the splendour of the Vatican, the magic of the Trevi Fountain and the warmth of a hundred flower-filled piazzas.

    On arrival in Rome you will leave the coach for a full day of independent exploration. Wander through the shops or sample Italian cuisine at restaurants nearby. Venture further afield and discover as many of Rome's treasures as your pace allows.

    This is the perfect opportunity to tailor your day to suit your needs and make the most of your time in this wonderful city.

    At a time specified by your hostess, you will meet up and walk back to the coach park for the return drive to Civitavecchia.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. Comfortable, flat walking shoes are recommended, as is a bottle of water. This tour is unguided, exclusive of luncheon and entrance fees. City maps will be provided on the coach and local transportation in Rome is readily available. Please remember to take Euros; major credit cards are also accepted for purchases. Coaches cannot be held for latecomers, please listen carefully for the pick-up time and place.The drop off point is Teatro Marcello close to Piazza Venezia Transfer time to Rome is approximately 1½ hours.2016 is a religious Jubilee Year of Mercy, the area around the Vatican is expected to be crowded and there will be heightened security measures in place.

    Tour code

    ROM_004

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    9 hours

  • Wine Tasting & Marta

    Visit an award winning winery and enjoy the distinct taste of Italy’s finest wines, and take a stroll on the shores of Lake Bolsena.

    Wine Tasting & Marta

    Depart from the pier and enjoy a panoramic drive through the Etruscan countryside to the town of Montefiascone, a town of the Alta Tuscia which looks over the Lake of Bolsena.

    Here, you’ll visit a well established Winery and sample three of the famous local wines accompanied by local products.

    Afterwards, proceed to Marta, a small village on the southern shore of Lake Bolsena. The village, whose economy is based primarily on the traditional activities of fishing and agriculture, is perched on a hill and descends gently to the shores of the Lake.

    Enjoy some free time to discover the beauty of this village, characterised by narrow streets, picturesque corners and dominated by the magnificent clock tower.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. The drive to Montefiascone takes one hour. There are steps to negotiate at the winery. Flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Euros are accepted for local purchases. There is approximately 20 minutes of walking on this tour.

    Tour code

    ROM_145

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    Duration

    4½ hours

  • Pope's Summer Estate Castel Gandolfo and Vatican C

    Take a pilgrimage to the Papal Estate of Castel Gandolfo, to explore its gardens, followed by a visit to the Vatican Museum and Sistene Chapel.

    Pope's Summer Estate Castel Gandolfo and Vatican C

    Opened to the public in 2014 for the very first time in its 389-year history, the Papal Estate of Castel Gandolfo, is a sanctuary of peace, tranquillity and serenity.

    Departing from Civitavecchia, you’ll begin your adventure back in time as you travel to the ancient town of Castel Gandolfo, believed to date back 37 centuries. In the early 12th century, the area became the property of the Gandolfi family who built a palace atop the 1st century ruins of Roman Emperor Domitian’s grand villa. It became the official Papal summer residence in 1626 when Pope Urban VIII first stayed here.

    Upon arrival at the Pontifical Villas, you’ll board a trolley train for an orientation of this majestic estate. Meander around the picturesque gardens dressed in spectacular blooms and edged with towering cypress trees. Take in a visit to the Roman Amphitheatre and marvel at the cloud-shaped crowns of umbrella pines and the blue-green of age-old cedars, before moving on to the farmhouse. Covering 61 acres the farmhouse supplies olive oil, wine and fresh milk for the Vatican State’s residents.

    At the end of your amazing tour, you’ll walk to the village of Castel Gandolfo for some lunch and some shopping on your own. As you steadily climb up the hill to the Papal Palace, you’ll have a bird’s-eye view of Lake Albano, a small volcanic crater lake resting at the foot of Monte Cavo.

    Afterwards, rejoin your coach and travel back to Rome, passing by landmarks such as Venice Square and the Colosseum.

    At the Vatican Museum, you’ll leave your coach for a guided tour of its rich collections before visiting the Sistine Chapel. Gaze up at the renowned ceiling and be mesmerised by Michelangelo's spectacular artwork. Last on your itinerary is a brief sojourn to St Peter's Basilica, where there will be the chance to purchase religious articles.

    When it's time to call it a day, you'll travel back to your ship.


    This tour operates by coach and on foot. The transfer to Castel Gandolfo is approximately 1¾ hours. There is extensive walking over cobblestoned surfaces as well as negotiating 250 steps while visiting the Vatican Museum and St Peter’s Basilica. All visitors must clear security (metal detectors) at the Vatican Museum and St Peter's Basilica. Large items (bags, rucksacks, bulky coats) cannot be taken inside Vatican Museum. Flash photography is not permitted in the Vatican Museum, and no photographs and videoing is permitted in the Sistine Chapel. Entrance inside St Peter's Basilica may not be permitted if a special event or mass service is being held. The Basilica may be close without prior notice due to security reasons. The order of the tour may be reversed or altered depending on traffic conditions. This tour does not operate on Sundays or religious holidays. .

    Tour code

    ROM_159

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    10 hours

  • Discover Villa d’Este & Villa Adriana

    This combined tour of the Tibertine Villas is a perfect balance of architecture, archaeology, art, nature, relaxation and entertainment.

    Discover Villa d’Este & Villa Adriana

    Take a mythical journey back in time to the 18th century Villa d’Este, a magnificent villa built in the 16th century. A masterpiece of Italian landscape gardening, the site was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000. The gardens have been nominated and awarded the title of “Most Beautiful Park in Europe” more than once. It is also well-known throughout the world for its splendid fountains, its water displays and musical melodies. The design has been emulated many times in Mannerism and Baroque style gardens in Europe. Explore the villa with your guide and learn about the history and admire its beautiful gardens.

    After your visit to the villa and its gardens, you’ll have some free time for lunch and souvenir shopping.

    Continue on to the exceptional Villa Adriana, built by the Emperor Hadrian who closely followed the projects in every detail. Inside the villa, there are monumental buildings, streets, ponds, thermal springs, libraries and theatres which had impressed and inspired the Emperor during his numerous journeys throughout the provinces of the empire.

    The Emperor’s thirst for knowledge from far away places served to shape the structure of the Roman Empire and enriched it with many different cultures. This villa is a city in itself and covers an area of approximately 300 hectares. This site was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999.


    This excursion operates by coach and on foot.There is approximately 1 hour of walking involved on this tour. Flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Euros and major credit cards are accepted for local purchases, and lunch is not included.

    Tour code

    ROM_165

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    8 hours

  • The Etruscans

    Take a leisurely tour of the Italian countryside. Visit an Etruscan burial site which dots the hillsides with clusters of grassy topped tombs, and then sample some delicious local products.

    The Etruscans

    Take a journey back to Etruscan times and learn of the fascinating culture and burial rituals from the 6th to the 1st centuries BC. You’ll visit the Tarquinia Etruscan Necropolis, a village-style burial ground, featuring unique and fascinating tombs.

    You’ll see the Palazzo Vitelleschi – an excellent example of early Renaissance architecture, whose Archaeological Museum houses the remains of the mysterious Etruscan population.

    The Necropolis contains thousands of tombs organised in a city-like plan, with streets and small squares, many of which have not yet been explored. Enjoy the unusual panorama and hilltop views over the surrounding countryside.

    After your visit to Tarquinia, you’ll have the opportunity to sample some of the wonderful local produce at a nearby venue. Savour the taste of the traditionally-produced wines, olive oil and bread. You can even purchase some of the tasty products and take a little piece of Italy home to enjoy.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. There is approximately one hour of walking involved on this tour. The ground at the burial site is rough and uneven. Flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Euros and major credit cards are accepted for local purchases.

    Tour code

    ROM_162

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Refreshments included

      Refreshments included

    Duration

    4 hours

  • Ostia Antica

    Explore the magnificent ancient city of Ostia Antica and admire the beautifully preserved Roman ruins.

    Ostia Antica

    Founded by King Anco Marzio around the 4th century BC, Ostia Antica was Rome’s main commercial port and military base, with a population at its peak of nearly 100,000 inhabitants. Barbarian invasions and malaria led to the decline of city and eventually all the inhabitants abandoned it. Buried for centuries by sand, the city is remarkably well-preserved and, although maybe less spectacular than Pompeii or Herculaneum, it gives a more complete picture of the life in the Roman Empire.

    Your visit starts at Via delle Tombe, which leads to the Porta Romana - one of the city’s 3 gates. This is the beginning of Decumanus Maximus, the main road through the town. From the Neptune and Amphitride Baths, you’ll walk to the theatre built by Agrippa and to the Forum, which once formed the centre of the city. Discover the main public buildings - the Capitolium and the Temple of Rome and Augustus.

    There are no fewer than 18 temples dedicated to the Persian God Mithras, as well as a Jewish Synagogue dating from the 1st century BC and a Christian basilica. See the House of Diana and the Termopolium, an ancient Roman bar, with a marble counter and a fresco representing the fruits and foodstuffs that were sold there. After this fascinating stroll through the past, re-board your coach to return to Civitavecchia.


    This excursion operates by coach and on foot.There is a considerable amount of walking on this tour, over uneven ground and cobblestones. Please wear flat, comfortable shoes; bring a hat, sunscreen and water. This tour does not operate on Mondays.

    Tour code

    ROM_158

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    Duration

    4½ hours

  • Romantic Roma

    This tour allows you to explore Rome in the comfort and privacy of a private car, and the personal attention from your guide as they introduce you to romantic Rome.

    Romantic Roma

    Depart Civitavecchia’s pier for a private car transfer to the Eternal (and romantic) City of Rome. In the morning, you will a enjoy a pleasant drive among the incomparable architectural treasures and sites of the city, such as St Peter’s Basilica, St Angelo’s Castle, the Jewish Synagogue and Circus Maximus.

    Next you’ll visit the stunning complex of the Baths of Caracalla, built during the reign of the Emperor Caracalla. This turned out to be more of a leisure centre than a series of baths, since it also included two gymnasiums and a library.

    Your discovery of the Eternal City will continue by horse and carriage, which will meet you at the Colosseum. Heading towards your deluxe restaurant for luncheon, you will pass by the Roman Forum, Venice Square, and the Pantheon, where you will step inside.

    At the Trevi Fountain, make sure you toss in a coin to ensure your return to Rome, and enjoy the throngs of Romans and visitors meeting at the Spanish Steps. After luncheon, enjoy some free time for shopping in the famous Via Condotti and sightseeing in the Via Veneto area.

    Meet your private car for the return journey to the pier.


    This excursion operates by private car, horse and carriage and on foot.Audio headsets will be used to enhance your tour experience. Tour price is per couple, not per person. Please purchase one ticket only. Wear comfortable walking shoes. There is approximately one hour of walking on this tour.

    Tour code

    ROM_163

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Meal included

      Meal Included

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    9 hours

  • Rome & The Sistine Chapel

    This comprehensive tour delivers the highlights of Rome. Visit the Vatican see the Sistine Chapel, St Peter's and more.

    Rome & The Sistine Chapel

    Step inside the colossal Colosseum and imagine the glory of ancient Rome as you look over the vast arena. Pass by the Roman Forum, a once chaotic place with markets, temples and the Senate House. See the beautiful Trevi Fountain, Rome's largest and most famous fountain.

    The Vatican Museum houses one of the most impressive collections in the world. Admire the many works of art and visit the Sistine Chapel, dominated by the efforts of Michelangelo. The conception and execution of 'Creation of the World' and 'Last Judgment' are positively titanic.

    Magnificent St Peter's Basilica took over 100 years to build and features Renaissance and Baroque stylings. Resting on over 800 pillars and adorned with 44 altars, St Peter's is by far the largest church in the world.

    There will be an opportunity to 'refuel' during your tour, with an Italian-style luncheon.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. Guests booking this tour will have privileged access to the Vatican Museum, avoiding the main bulk of the crowds and queues for entrance. This is a fast paced comprehensive tour with substantial walking. The itinerary is subject to local conditions. Please dress appropriately for entering churches. For security reasons, St Peter's may close entrance altogether. In the event of excessive queues, free time will be given in St Peter's Square. Queues at the Sistine Chapel are to be expected. This tour is not operable on Sundays or on religious holidays.2016 is a religious Jubilee Year of Mercy, the area around the Vatican is expected to be crowded and there will be heightened security measures in place.

    Tour code

    ROM_023

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Meal included

      Meal Included

    Duration

    11 hours

  • Bracciano Lake & Chariot Ride

    Journey through the countryside to Bracciano Lake, take a boat ride across the tranquil lake, enjoy a relaxing chariot ride and sample local produce.

    Bracciano Lake & Chariot Ride

    Just an hour from Civitavecchia you’ll find yourself at Bracciano Lake. Formed within an ancient volcanic crater, the tranquil Bracciano Lake is surrounded by hills and medieval towns and the lake mirrors its beautiful surroundings.

    Here, you’ll board a local boat for a leisurely boat ride across the lake, where you can soak up the wonderful sights and scenery.

    You’ll dock at the town of Trevignano, where you‘ll re-join your coach for a short drive to a local estate. Here, you will sample traditionally-produced wines and local products (availability depending on the season) and embark on a relaxing chariot ride in the countryside, before you return to the pier by coach.


    This excursion operates by coach boat and on foot. The drive between Civitavecchia and Bracciano Lake is approximately 1 hour. The boat ride is subject to local weather conditions. Passengers must be able to walk approximately ¼ mile over uneven surfaces with few steps between the coach drop-off/pick-up point and the motor boat dock. Passengers must be able to negotiate the steps of the coach and able to board the motorboat. Comfortable, flat non-slip shoes are essential. On Sundays and public holidays, the majority of the shops will be closed and only souvenir shops will be open.

    Tour code

    ROM_166

    Features

    • Activity low

      Activity Level: Low

    • Refreshments included

      Refreshments included

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    4¾ hours

  • Jubilee 2016 Rome & its Basilicas

    Discover the treasures of 4 of Rome’s Basilicas on this historical and religious tour, designed specifically for the 2016 Jubilee ‘Year of Mercy’.

    Jubilee 2016 Rome & its Basilicas

    Your visit of the Eternal City will start outside the walls of the Papal Basilica of St Paul’s, which is one of Rome's 4 ancient Papal Basilicas. The Basilica was built over the burial place of St Paul, and inside you can admire the portraits of the pope’s reign during the time of St Peter through to Pope Francesco.

    Follow your guide to the 2nd Basilica, the Papal Arch Basilica of St John in the Lateran (the Cathedral of Rome). It’s the oldest church in the west and here, you can admire the Twelve Statues of the Apostles’ and the largest standing obelisk in the world. You’ll also see the famous “Scala Santa”, the stairs of the passion of Christ.

    You’ll then continue to the 3rd Papal Basilica, the Basilica of St Mary Major. With its famous mosaics, it depicts scenes from the life of the Virgin Mary, Christ and scenes from the Old Testament.

    Afterwards, you’ll stop at St Peter’s Square, where you can admire St Peter’s Basilica, the largest Christian church in the world. Here, you will have some free time for lunch, to browse the souvenir shops or time permitting an interior visit of St Peter’s Basilica.

    At the end of the day, you will be escorted back to your coach for the return journey to Civitavecchia.


    This excursion operates by coach and on foot.The drive between Civitavecchia and Rome is approximately 1½ hours each way. A guided interior visit to St Peters Basilica is not included. At the entrance of the churches you may encounter considerable crowds, lines and delays at the venues. Please dress conservatively when visiting sacred sites. Visitors will be required to check in large bags, video cameras and bottled water. For security reasons churches could close at short notice. In this Jubilee year, Vatican authorities will give priority to pilgrim groups. Should the designated coach drop off/pick up point for the churches be congested or unavailable, an alternative location will be used.

    Tour code

    ROM_167

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    10½ hours

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