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Ferries to and from Ports in Italy
Port of Civitavecchia
~ Port of Naples ~ Port of Venice ~ Port of Livorno ~ Port of Genoa ~ Port of Palermo ~ Port of Bari ~ Port of Ancona ~ Port of Messina ~ Port of Lipari ~ Port of Olbia ~ Port of Cagliari

 
Does your travel to Italy include ferry travel? There are many ports in Italy where you can board a ferry to go from one beautiful place to another.  There are ferries that take passengers only and other ferries that take passengers and cars.  The ferry across the Straits of Messina from Calabria to Sicily also take fully loaded trains.
  • Car and passenger ferries in Italy
  • Passenger only ferries in Italy
  • Train ferries in Italy
  • Ferries to and from mainland Italy and Sicily, Sardinia, Elba, Corsica, Capri, Ischia

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If you need assistance with transport to and from the airport in Italy...we can help. Check out our transfer services for low cost rides.

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