Last May 18 inaugurated the new cruise terminal Amerigo Vespucci, designed to meet the requirements of the ever larger cruise ships that dock at Civitavecchia, which has steadily become one of the most important ports in Europe.
Its construction, lasting 18 months and costing about 20 million, will allow to manage in a day about 6000 people.
RCT (Rome Cruise Terminal), dealership of cruise docks, expects to manage about 2 million and a half passengers and more than 700 ships this year, as confirmed at the portal Seatrade Cruise News; from 2007 about 23 millions of passengers have passed from Civitavecchia, making the crocieristica activity one of the most important port activities, if not the most important.
Incitur will be able to operate in the new terminal in welcoming tourists, collaborating with the world's major TO, hoping that this new terminal will also serve the city, taking into account the need to promote Civitavecchia and its rich cultural heritage.
In this direction should go the institution inside the terminal of a museum with findings and evidence of the Etruscan and Roman past of these territories, but it will be necessary to inform passengers of the possibility to visit Civitavecchia with organized tours or simply promoting the major points of interest.