What to do in Civitavecchia?
Civitavecchia rises between the Migone and Marangone rivers and the clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Civitavecchia It is about 110 d.c. at the hands of the Etruscans, it now houses over 52 thousand inhabitants and is the second European port for the number of passengers per year.
If you are visiting the beautiful town of Civitavecchia then this article will help you.
Below is a list of what to visit in Civitavecchia
“The Forte Michelangelo”
The fort was begun in 1508 and completed in 1537 under the pontificate of Paul III, a rumor tells that the Main Tower was designed by Michelangelo Buonarroti from which it takes the name of Forte Michelangelo.
If you are interested in visiting Forte Michelangelo we suggest a pleasant walk along the new pedestrian path that circumnavigates the Fort characterized by wide green flowerbeds and an enchanting stretch of water that runs around the Fortress.
“The Archaeological Museum”
stone materials, Roman sculptures, materials (mainly ceramics) of protohistoric, Villanovan and archaic age and decontextualized finds of fortuitous discovery or recovered from clandestine excavations. The Museum is on three floors and is located a few steps from the entrance of the Fortezza (Forte Michelangelo) of the Port of Civitavecchia.
Tuesday – Sunday from 8:30 to 19:30.
“Lungomare di Civitavecchia”
The Lungomare di Civitavecchia (Civitavecchia waterfront) includes the entire stretch of promenade that starts from Forte Michelangelo and goes up to Borgo Odescalchi passing through Viale Garibaldi and the Pirgo. Place dedicated to lovers of the sea and good food, hosts events and concerts in the summer and a meeting point of nightlife.
The ghetto of Civitavecchia is located in the center near the entrance of the Port of Varco Fortezza and the equally historic Corso Centocelle. Developed around piazza Antonio Fratti, historic piazza civitavecchiese, the day is a beautiful place to visit where you can enjoy a good pizza, an ice cream or an sprizz.
The evening “Civitavecchia nightlife” is concentrated in the streets of the ghetto and guarantees an evening with friends.
The Teatro Traiano of Civitavecchia, historical theater of the city. Located in Corso Centocelle, it is the main theater of the city, The theater was built in the first half of the nineteenth century, and inaugurated on May 4, 1844
The Civitavecchia Market is located in the heart of the city in Piazza Regina Margherita, between the streets of the historic center.
The market is located a few steps from the port of Civitavecchia, from 6:00 to 13:00 the market offers an ambia choice of local products including fresh fish, fruit, vegetables, clothes and objects.