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Porto Turistico Riva di Traiano, Latium, Italy
Porto Turistico Riva di Traiano is also known as Marina Riva di Traiano or Port of Riva di Traiano and it is situated in Civitavecchia, an old town of the province of Rome and the region of Lazio. This port lies by the Tyrrhenian Sea and offers access to the Mediterranean Sea, being located only 80 km away from the capital of Italy. This ancient town has a long history and its harbour was built by the Emperor Trajan which is why it took his name. There are plenty of tourist attractions that are simply spectacular from an architectural point of view such as Michelangelo’s Fort, the Rocca, the Cathedral of San Francesco d’Assisi, etc. Natural, thermal Roman baths will be encountered here by tourists who will decide to explore this area. Neo-classical and Baroque architectural lines can be observed on old but well-preserved buildings of the past. Tourists who wish to stay for a few days in this area can accommodate at hotels like the Hotel San Giorgio, the Hotel Borgo del Mare, etc.
Facilities of Porto Turistico Riva di Traiano
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Porto Turistico Riva di Traiano : restrictive
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Attractions in Latium
The region of Latium is the ancestor of today’s Lazio, which is located in the central area of Italy and it has its capital in Rome. This is an administrative region that is extremely important for the Italian society, giving the fact that it is the most populous region of the country and an important economical centre of it. Lazio or Latium is comprised of the most famous cities in Italy such as Rome, Latina, Fiumicino, Viterbo and many more. The region has 5 large provinces: Frosinone, Latina, Rieti, Rome and Viterbo, the city and province of Rome being located in the centre of Latium.
Latium’s history is one of the most important in the world, due to the foundation of Rome on this territory. This fascinating ancient city quickly evolved and grew into the capital of the Roman Empire. Many important names derived from the development of this city and some of the greatest wars took place here, leaving behind an impressive history and a great number of anc... more info
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