Port of Venice

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Venice, Veneto, Italy)

Venice port is served by three ferry companies offering trips to destinations in Greece, Croatia and Slovakia.

Venice to Igoumenitsa

During low season, Minoan Lines offers crossings four times a week to Igoumenitsa. These crossings increase to six per week during peak season.

The journey takes approximately 20 hours, 30 minutes. Anek Lines also runs a service along this route, although it takes up to 27 hours. Igoumenitsa is located in north-western Greece and is a popular tourist destination and principal ferry port. The port offers direct routes to Bari, Brindisi and Ancona in Italy.

Venice to Corfu

Both Anek Lines and Minoan Lines sail to Corfu from Venice Port. There are up to five crossings a week taking about 29 hours with Anek Lines, whereas there are between four and six crossings per week taking just 21 hours, 45 minutes with Minoan Lines.

Corfu lies off the coast of Albania, in the Ionian Sea. The port of Corfu provides ferry routes connecting to Greece and Italy.

Venice to Patras

Minoan Lines offers between four and six sailings per week to Patras depending on the season. The duration of the journey is approximately 29 hours, 30 minutes. Anek Lines also runs a service along this route. Their ships leave five times a week and take 36 hours to reach Patras. Throughout the last ten years, the port of Patras has become a vital port offering connections with many Italian destinations.

Venice to Porec

The picturesque Istrian coastal town of Porec can be reached by ferries operated by Venezia Lines. The company provides four weekly trips that take approximately 2 hours, 45 minutes. In recent years, Porec has become a very popular holiday destination for many.

Venice to Rovinj

Venezia Lines operates a service twice a week to Rovinj. The journey time is 3 hours, 30 minutes. Rovinj is one of Istria's most sophisticated resorts and is stunningly situated set on a headland overlooking the quaint harbour. The port has excellent facilities for passengers.

Venice to Rabac

Venezia Lines sails to Rabac once a week, taking approximately 4 hours. Rabac is situated on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula and is a popular tourist destination.

Venice to Pula

The route Venice-Pula is served three times a week by Venezia Lines. The journey takes approximately 2 hours, 45 minutes. Pula is the largest city in the Croatian Istria region and is situated at the peninsula's southern tip.

Venice to Opatija

Venezia Lines operates one sailing a week between Venice and the Croatian resort town Opatija. Crossing time is approximately four hours.

Venice to Piran

The Slovenian port of Piran can be reached from Venice in about 2 hours, 30 minutes. Venezia Lines operates a service one a week. Piran is a charming seaside town boasting breathtaking Venetian Gothic architecture.

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