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The crossing between Civitavecchia and Tunis is served by 2 different sailing companies (Grandi Navi Veloci and Grimaldi Lines) which carry out 2 trips per week with mostly evening boardings and crossing times ranging between 18 hours and 27 hours. Ferry companies working on this crossing have ships available that are suitable for cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks. Even if you have long journey ahead, you can travel in comfort thanks to on board services. Self-service restaurants, bars and shops are provided to make the journey more pleasant. When booking your ticket, be sure to choose accommodation that best meets your needs. We have various options available on board.
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CIVITAVECCHIA TUNIS offers
Pre-paid meals offer
Buy meals onboard whilst booking your ticket by selecting a prepaid card. Food Pass cards (€30), Maxi Food Pass cards (€50) and Super Food Pass (€100) will allow you to save up to 30% on meals onboard.
Children under 2 travel free
Children under 2 travel free on all ferry routes to Morocco and Tunisia, but will not be designated seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 15
Receive a 50% discount on tickets for children between the ages of 2 and 15 for ferry routes to and from Tunisia, including fees.
Children under 2 travel free
Children under 2 travel free, but will not be designated seating or accommodation. This discount cannot be used in conjunction with the Superfamily & Friends promotion.
Discounts for children under 12
Receive a 50% discount on tickets for children between the ages of 2 and 12 including fees. This discount is valid on all lines to and from Morocco, Tunisia, Sardinia, Sicily, Spain, Malta and Greece and cannot be used in conjunction with the Superfamily & friends promotion.
Return ticket discount
Receive a 20% discount for a return journey on all lines to Tunisia and Morocco during the low season, when the outbound and return ticket are purchased at the same time. The discount applies to fees, services on board such as meals, wi-fi, etc. The ticket is non-refundable. The ticket is non-refundable and changes to the date are permitted upon payment of the full fare at the time of adjustment.
Grandi Navi Veloci allows you to travel with your pet. To bring your pet onboard just buy a ticket for the kennel or cattery, or travel in a special cabin that allows the transport of pets. Access to common areas with pets is forbidden, but walking on the deck is allowed as long as you keep your pet on a leash and with a muzzle. The company also required appropriate documentation for each pet. It is forbidden to transport animals inside your vehicle.
Port of CIVITAVECCHIA
Civitavecchia is among the most important Italian passenger ports. The maritime connections have been increased by the recent "motorways of the sea" project that was designed to increase sea travel around the Mediterranea. From Civitavecchia it is possible to reach Sardinia and Sicily by ferry. The port was built under the Emperor Trajan in the 2nd century AD. Civitavecchia is also considered the 'port of Rome' and is today the most important ferry terminal in Italy, it was relaunched thanks to the 'motorways of the sea' project and is the second largest port in Europe for cruise ship tr... [More information]
Address: Raccordo Civitavecchia - Viterbo, 00053 Civitavecchia RM
Directions: Google Map @ Civitavecchia, port
Guide of TUNIS
The historic city of Tunis is located on the northern coast of Tunisia, in ancient times it was known as Carthage. It is a Maghreb city with a rich history. A brief history It was called Carthage and remained strong for a long time and hindered the expansion of the mighty Roman Empire. Eventually the Romans took the city and it was destroyed, subsequently, the Byzantines and Arabs took over. Later in the Middle Ages, the name of the city became Bournus of the Prophet because coming from the sea or from the desert, Tunis appears to be a mirage. Tunisia became a French colony in 1900 and i... [More information]