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    Viale Garibaldi, 34
    00053 Civitavecchia - Roma (Italia)
    Tel +39.0766.5991
    Fax +39.0766.599230
    email: info@sangiorgiohotel.biz

    Place of interest

    The Forte Michelangelo, located on the seafront in Civitavecchia, is the ancient fortress built to defend the city.

    The construction work
    began nel1508 and were completed on 1537 under Pope Paul III: The local tradition says that the main tower, called the male, it was designed by Michelangelo Buonarroti, hence the name given to the fortress.

    Inside the fort it is also possible to admire the chapel of Santa Fermina, patroness of the city of Civitavecchia.

    Today the fort is home to the Port Authority and has been renovated Rcente offering a spectacle of rare beauty

    Le terme taurine

    Also known as the Baths of Trajan, the Roman emperor founder of the city, the taurine spas are located over a hill filled with green 5km away from the center of Civitavecchia, and are one of the most important thermal complex of the Roman period of the whole Etruria.

    The park
    also houses a botanic garden to relax by taking a stroll in the green.

    Il Museo Archeologico di Civitavecchia

    The Civitavecchia Archaeological Museum is located in the historic center of the town and is located in is set up in the eighteenth century building of Clement XIII.

    In the museum they are preserved reperts from the city of Centumcellae (ancient name of Civitavecchia) and neearby areas of Civitavecchia.

    National Archaeological Museum of Civitavecchia
    Largo Cavour, 1
    00053 Civitavecchia (RM)
    Tel. 0766/23604
    Open From Tuesday to Sunday from 8:30 to 19:30.