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One Of Europe’s Busiest Cruise Ports To Get New Terminal

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The Port of Civitavecchia is to get a brand new modern cruise terminal with construction set to begin November, 2016.

The busy cruise port located on Italy’s west coast and just 50 miles away from Rome is to get a shiny new terminal. The new facility will be 10,000 Square meters and will be able to handle 4,500 passengers.

Discover The New Terminal Below:

The 20 Million Euro development is impressive where 9,000 pieces of luggage can be stored and scanned. The terminal called 12 B North is just one of two new developments for the Italian port. Another smaller Terminal 12 will be built with further details released soon.

Terminal 12 North
Rendering By: Roma Cruise Terminal s.r.l.

The building will have a 3000 square foot baggage claim area and a large 4,400 square foot waiting area. There will be plenty of room for bus parking as well as taxi drop off and pick-up. The new terminal will bring the Port of Rome inline with leading cruise ports like Barcelona in Spain.

The cruise terminal is scheduled to be completed in 2018.

Terminal 12 North

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