Limos4 Rome offers outstanding, private chauffeured limousine services to passengers from cruise liners that dock at the beautiful Port of Civitavecchia, located about 80 km northwest of Rome. We provide Rome cruise port transfer service to and from the Rome Cruise Terminal (RCT), downtown Rome, or a hotel, by latest car models driven by professional, multilingual, code-dressed chauffeurs.
A special offer for cruise passengers are our customized sightseeing tours and lovely shore excursions, guided by either our professional driver-guides or official tour guides (organized upon request). Our chauffeured Rome city tour is a great way to see all the city’s highlights and experience the capital of Italy from a completely different perspective. Our shore excursions start directly from Civitavecchia Port of Rome and can be adjusted to perfectly suit your interests, budget, and time.
We offer the most comfortable, safe and reliable cruise port transportation solution, whether you need an airport transfer from Fuimicino Airport to cruise port, but especially if you need a transfer from Civitavecchia Port of Rome to airport to catch a flight on time.
Besides the “Port of Rome”, our shore excursions can depart from any of the popular Italian cruise ports, such as Livorno, La Spezia, Naples, Venice, Genoa, Palermo, etc. We take pleasure in presenting Italy’s finest to cruise passengers, making sure their experience is unforgettable.
“We hired Limos4 to meet us at the Copenhagen cruise pier and transport us to a downtown hotel. Cab lines at the pier are extremely long, and we were grateful to see our driver, Finn, waiting for us when we left the ship. Finn speaks perfect English and pointed out the sights on our way to the hotel. We recommend this service highly!”
“Limos4 was the best choice I could have made. I didn’t miss one meeting, I arrived punctually at all my appointments, I didn’t catch a cold, I didn’t get stressed and I could admire the beautiful and elegant city of Copenhangen. In fact, it was a “five star” experience.”