Ferries

 
Passenger ferries are a lively business in the Port of Venice. Venice is ideally located for connections to the Eastern Mediterranean coasts.

Closing the distance to the Eastern Mediterranean

Several ferry lines for passengers, cars, lorries and trailers (Ro-Pax), or for vehicles and trailers only (Ro-Ro) link the Port of Venice with the Eastern Mediterranean, reacheble in 1-2 days.

A service to Greece operates from Venice year round. The line set sail to Corfu, Igoumenitsa and Patras.

A ferry in front of Saint Marc square
A ferry in front of Saint Marc square

The ferry passenger terminal

Terminal 123 is the terminal for ferry passengers. It is located in the Marittima not far from the centre of Venice.

You can find further information on Venezia Terminal Passeggeri's website.

A ferry to Greece leaving Venice, and a cruise ship in the background
A ferry to Greece leaving Venice, and a cruise ship in the background
A ferry at the passenger terminal
A ferry at the passenger terminal