There are a number of ferry routes between Italy and Greece in the Mediterranean. There are ferries operating from Trieste, Venice, Ravenna, Ancona, Bari and Brindisi to the ports of Corfu, Igoumenitsa and Patras. Ferries call at Corfu only during summer season.
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especially in a high season. The easiest way to book a ferry ticket is by
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process you will receive confirmation e-mail which serves as a ferry ticket.
Anek Lines together with Superfast Ferries operate ferry service from Venice in Italy to the ports of Igoumenitsa and Patras in Greece. Two ships sailing on this route are Forza and Coraggio. Both ships are comfortable and offer passengers wide range of services: restaurants, bars, shops, swimming pool, internet access etc.
This service is all year round and runs 4 times a week. The crossing time from Venice to Igoumenitsa is around 27 hours and from Venice to Patras around 34 hours.
The fares start from €86.00.
Find more info on this route here.
Minoan lines operates a ferry service from Italian port of Trieste to Greek ports of Igoumenitsa and Patras three times a week (Monday/Wednesday/Saturday).
The ferry departs from Trieste and stops in Ancona before proceeding to Greece.
The ferries operating on this route are modern passenger/car ferries with wide range of facilities onboard.
Sailing time from Trieste to Igoumenitsa is around 27 hours and from Trieste to Patras is around 34 hours.
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Anek Lines and Superfast Ferries sail together on the route from Ancona in Italy to the port of Igoumenitsa and Patras in Greece. The service is daily throughout the year with an extra sailing three times a week in summer months.
This route is operated by fast and comfortable passenger/car ferries Hellenic Spirit, Superfast VI and Superfast XI.
Minoan Lines is another ferry operator running ferries on the route from Ancona to Greece. The ferries sail six times a week all year round.
The ferries operating on this route are Cruise Olympia, Cruise Europa and Europa link. This is a modern, well-equipped fleet of ferries which offer passengers a wide range of facilities.
In the case you need to travel from Southern Italy to Greece by ferry, you have several options to choose from. From port of Bari, which is located in Puglia region, there are ferry connections to Greece. ANEK Lines and Superfast Ferries operate together ferry route from Bari to Igoumenitsa, port in Northern Greece, and Patras, port on the Peloponnese. This ferry service is available all year round. Crossing time from Bari to Igoumenitsa is 9 hours and to Patras is little bit longer - 17.5 hours.
Greek ferry company Ventouris Ferries runs seasonal (July & August) ferry routes from Bari to the ports of Corfu, Igoumenitsa, Kefalonia and Zakynthos. Ships sailing on this route offer all facilities needed for comfortable travel: cabins, restaurants, cafe bars, duty-free shop etc. Find more details on this ferry routes and book tickets online!
Another ferry route from Southern Italy to Greece would be the one from Brindisi. Grimaldi Lines is a operator that runs fast and comfortable ferries between Brindisi and Corfu (only during summer), Igoumenitsa and Patras (all year round). This is the most southern port for travel from Italy to Greece. Find more details on Brindisi to Greece ferry route and book tickets online!
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