The City also boasts a port in nearby Civitavecchia. This is a departure and arrival point for cruises in the Mediterranean, as well as ships to and from neighbouring Sardinia. In 2016 the port welcomed 1,537,907 passengers coming and going, and 2,271,652 cruise passengers. 24 Shipping companies and 300 shipping lines reach the main national, European and international destinations.
It is the number one port for cruise ship traffic in Italy and it clearly overshadows the ports of Venice and Naples.


The largest Italian railway station is Roma Termini. It is second only to Paris Gare du Nord for passenger traffic in Europe with 850 trains a day. The 225,000 m2 total surface area is covered by all existing categories of rail service, from high speed trains to Eurostars, from InterCity to national and international services, and regional trains.In addition to the Leonardo Express line, which provides a direct connection to Roma-Fiumicino, there is a shuttle service that also brings passengers to the Ciampino Airport.
The second largest train station in Roma and sixth at a national level is Roma Tiburtina, which was designed by architect Paolo Desideri and is the first high-speed train station in Italy. The high-speed trains carry passengers from Roma to Milan in only 3 hours! There are also many other stations located in different parts of the city (Tiburtina, Ostiense, Trastevere, Tuscolana, etc.) all with more than 500 trains a day. These have 140,000 daily transits and carry about 51 million passengers a year. They are served by all the long-distance north-south trains that do not stop at Roma Termini.
The city also offers easy connections for reaching all the other tourist destinations of cultural and historical interest in Italy.