The Port in figures
The vast area on which the Port of Venice is situated is exploited for the port's logistics activities. It is an ideal location for receiving and processing both inbound and outbound cargo.
30,000 m of quayside - 163 active berths
The Port of Venice can simultaneously host numerous ships of different shapes and sizes.
45 km of internal railroad network
The Port of Venice is currently expanding its already vast internal railway infrastructure to enhance multimodal transport.
23 cargo terminals
With its 7 commercial terminals and 16 privately-owned terminals, the Port of Venice welcomes all kinds of traffic.
10 passenger terminals
Modern, state-of the art, passenger terminals cater to cruise ships and fast ships.
97 kg/TEU of CO2 are saved by choosing the Port of Venice rather than a northern European port to transport containers from Asia to Munich.
Methodology (drawn up by the Strategic Planning and Development): the commercial/industrial classification of statistical data on traffic to and from the Port of Venice bears in mind the fact that operations are considered industrial activities when goods are processed directly in the port facilities. When goods are processed elsewhere, operations are classified as commercial activities.