WHERE TO EAT
Tip: Take the stairs next to the McDonald’s for a great view of Forte Michelangelo and the harbor. Keep walking along, and you will find yourself along the walkway on the walls of what used to be a defense wall.
Via Zara, 14
Family owned trattoria since 1885. The seafood is among the freshest and most excellent in the area. It has both indoor and outdoor seating. Upon seating down you’ll find a fresh basket of breads and bruschette on the table, and each guest is served a flute of Prosseco on the house. Such service you don’t find in many restaurants! Your after-meal coffee comes with a small plate of various biscuits. The service and the food can’t be beat and we highly recommend it (afterall, we go there ourselves each chance we get!)
COFFEE AND DESERTS
Corso Marconi Guglielmo, 49
Chocolate and art have never tasted or looked more decadent than at Cioccolart. Whether a “sweet heart” for your sweetheart, or “edible tools” for the weekend warrior on a holiday, you will be in chocolate and dessert heaven when you step inside this small family owned chocolateria and cafe. Aside from the many handmade high-end artisan chocolate masterpieces, you will find a delicious variety of cakes, pastries, muffins, and great coffee to go with everything! All their products are handmade fresh on premise. We can’t think of more beautiful desserts to enjoy, and thoughtful gifts for loved ones than these edible pieces of chocolate art from Cioccolart.
Corso Marconi Guglielmo, 40
You’ll find many locals gathering here for their espresso and cappuccino fixes, as well as satisfying their sweet tooth with the various pastries and biscuits. It’s off the beaten tourist path so you can mingle with the locals. Outdoor tables available.
There is plenty of opportunity for shopping in Civitavecchia. Whether something stylish for the cruise, swimwear for the beach, shoes, handbags, jewelry, accessories or something comfortable in which to lounge around, there are many shops and boutiques for different needs, tastes, styles and budgets. Many shops line the gallery along Corso Marconi Guglielmo, just after you pass the cathedral of St Francis and near the cafes we recommended.
Eurolink Finanza & Servizi
via Dalmazia 3
Near the corner of Largo Plebiscito and via Dalmazia near the main road Via Garibaldi, you’ll find Eurolink financial service center where you can exchange currency or send money via Western Union or MoneyGram. It is also a phone center and internet point, and it sells international phone cards. We found it also to be open on Sundays.
ATM machines are also available in Civitavecchia if you need to withdraw funds.
Pharmacies (farmacia) are also available, just look for the signs with a green cross lit up.
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