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Book a Venice Ferry ticket for your ferry crossing from the port of VeNice to the Greek port of Corfu, Igoumenitsa, Patras, with the ferry operator
Minoan Lines Ferries, or to the ports of Lussino, Pirano, Pola, Porec, Rabac, Rovigno, Umago
in Slovenia and Croatia with the ferry operator Venezia Lines ferries.
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About Venice Ferry
Venice is built on 117 islands separated by 177 small canals and one big one - the famed Grand Canal, the city's main thoroughfare.
(Venice is also linked to the mainland town of Mestre by a road and rail causeway.) The waterways of Venice dominate the town.
You'll notice that the slap of water against the landings and the buzz of vaporettos (water buses) form a constant backdrop.
Getting to Venice Ferry Port Terminal
The strategic location of the Venezia Ferry Terminal Passeggeri, situated at the exit of the Ponte della Liberta (which links the mainland to Venice), allows easy access to the terminals by car, taxi, or bus from the adjacent mainland town of Santa Lucia. Ferries provide international connections with Greece and Croatia, while the nearby airport provides further international links to the city.
If you are arriving at the port by car, you will find the port situated at the exit of the Ponte della Liberta. For the Marittima area, exit at the first set of traffic lights, or exit at the second set of lights if you are headed towards the S. Basilio port area.
Coaches, taxis and water-taxis travel towards most destinations. There are also efficient connections with the nearby Piazzale Roma Terminal. Connecting services with the city centre and the Marco Polo airport are particularly convenient.
No vehicular traffic is permitted on the main island of Venice, and water taxis and water buses (vaporetti) are the only means of transport.
The Venezia Terminal Passeggeri is easily accessible to those who arrive by train to the Stations of Mestre (Venice), Centrale or Venezia (Santa Lucia). From the station Mestre (Venice) or Centrale stations, taxi and bus lines permit you to reach the port area within 10 minutes. The public waterway transportation lines also reach the station of Piazzale Roma in just one stop.
Marco Polo International Airport is readily accessible by bus and taxi, once you have having disembarked in Venice.
Venice Ferry Port Terminal Facilities:
The new Venice Marittima Ferry Port Terminal offers check-in desks, shops, restaurants and other services, while the Terminal S. Marta, located in one of the oldest buildings in the port and offers modern facilities including shops, cafes and public conveniences. The terminal S. Basilio is situated in one of the city districts, and receives ferries from Croatia, as well as catamarans from the northern Adriatic. During the summer season, it is possible to take advantage of rapid lines connecting to the Dalmatian and Istrian coast towns like Porec, Umago, Pirano, Rovinj, Rabac and Lussino. The Venice port terminals provide parking areas for both short and long-term stays, with specially designated areas available for those with disabilities.
The passenger terminals are wheelchair-friendly and provide disabled toilets, while all ferry lines cater for those with disabilities. Passengers are recommended, however, to notify staff which will be happy to assist of any special needs.
Ferry Routes from Venice and Ferry companies operating the ferry crossings
Venice to Corfu, operated by Minoan Lines Ferries.
Venice to Igoumenitsa, operated by Minoan Lines Ferries.
Venice to Lussino, operated by Venezia Lines ferries.
Venice to Patras, operated by Minoan Lines Ferries.
Venice to Pirano, operated by Venezia Lines ferries.
Venice to Pola, operated by Venezia Lines ferries.
Venice to Porec, operated by Venezia Lines ferries.
Venice to Rabac, operated by Venezia Lines ferries.
Venice to Rovigno, operated by Venezia Lines ferries.
Venice to Umago, operated by >Venezia Lines ferries.
>Minoan Lines Ferries have sailings from Venice to Igoumenitsa in Greece, with onward connections to Corfu and Patras available. The company has four sailings a week during low season (Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday), rising to six sailings a week during the high season (no sailing on Monday) or even daily ferry sailings. The total sailing time is 20 � hours.
Venezia Lines ferries has crossings to Porec and Rovinj (Croatia) and several other ports in slovenia and Croatia. Departures to Porec are seasonal (sailings are on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday) while sailings to Rovinj are also on a seasonal basis (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday). All of these sea crossing routes are on board of catamarans.