Genoa Ferry Port

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Genoa Routes

  • Barcelona to Genoa / Genoa to Barcelona
    1 crossings weekly
    20 hr
  • 4 crossings weekly
    11 hr
  • Palermo to Genoa / Genoa to Palermo
    5 crossings weekly
    20 hr 30 min
  • Porto Torres to Genoa / Genoa to Porto Torres
    7 crossings weekly
    9 hr 30 min
  • Tanger Med to Genoa / Genoa to Tanger Med
    1 crossings weekly
    24 hr
  • Tunis to Genoa / Genoa to Tunis
    2 crossings weekly
    24 hr 45 min
  • Tunis to Genoa / Genoa to Tunis
    1 crossings weekly
    22 hr
  • Tunis to Genoa / Genoa to Tunis
    CTN operates ferry crossings on the route Tunis - Genoa
    1 crossings weekly
    23 hr

Special Offers

Quickly book a cheap Genoa ferry to Arbatax, Barcelona, Bastia, Olbia, Palermo, Porto Torres, Tanger Med and Tunis with Ferrysavers, or you can compare ferry prices by route, operator and time using our price comparison engine above.

  • Using Ferrysavers you can securely book a Genoa ferry to Arbatax, Olbia and Porto Torres with Tirrenia di Navigazione
  • Or to Barcelona, Palermo, Porto Torres, Tanger Med and Tunis with Grandi Navi Veloci
  • You can also book cheap ferry tickets from Genoa to Bastia, Olbia, Porto Torres and Genoa with Moby Lines
  • Or from Genoa to Tunis with CTN ferries

Find the latest information on cheap Genoa ferry ticket prices, crossing times and availability with Ferrysavers' price comparison engine.

One of Italy's most famous and busiest ports, Genoa's waters are often full of ferries, cruise-ships, fishing boats and private vessels. Located in Liguria, northern Italy, Genoa is a unique city, with beautiful multi-coloured architecture set amongst the rambling hilly terrain and stairways and winding alleys and roads leading down to the medieval old-town and the city's port and recently renovated waterfront.

Genoa is one of the oldest homes of art in Italy and some of the most popular attractions are the Strada Nuova, the Piazza de Ferrari, the St. Lawrence Cathedral and the Museo d'Arte Orientale which houses the largest collection of Oriental art in Europe.

Another attraction is the Genoa Aquarium, the second largest in the world, which represents a wonderful and fun place to visit for kids, both big and small! Historically Genoa is considered the "most English city in Italy"; in fact, Genoa's flag is that of St. George. Apparently, the flag of Genoa was adopted by the British Islands in 1190 for their ships entering the Mediterranean to benefit from the protection of the city's fleet.

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Port Addresses


Port of Genoa (Liguria) - Maritime Station, P.le dei Traghetti Iqbal Masih 5, 16126 Genova, Italy

Grandi Navi Veloci

Port of Genoa (Liguria) - Maritime Station, P.le dei Traghetti Iqbal Masih 5, 16126 Genova, Italy

Moby Lines

Port of Genoa (Liguria) - Maritime Station, P.le dei Traghetti Iqbal Masih 5, 16126 Genova, Italy

Tirrenia di Navigazione

Port of Genoa (Liguria) - Maritime Station, P.le dei Traghetti Iqbal Masih 5, 16126 Genova, Italy


  • 23 Jul 2019
    Great ferry
    • We booked through Ferrysavers who sent a confirmation email and nothing else. When we got to the port we were told we should have tickets. The port staff were very good and a bus took us to the ticket office and waited for us to get our tickets. Other than that the crossing was very good, we had a cabin suite which was very comfortable and clean

      Review by LOUISE EPERON

  • 23 Jul 2017
    A cost effective way to travel from Sicily to north Italy without the long drive.
    • The ship was spacious and comfortable but the catering was very poor. The catering staff were rude and tried to chase us out of the dining room before the end of service so they could close early. The boarding process was an absolute disgrace. There were no instructions provided in advance on how to obtain the tickets, how to join the boarding queues, or even where we should wait to board. There appeared to be a total lack of organisation.

      Review by DAVID MOOR

  • 13 Jun 2017
    Very Bad
    • Check in terminal no air conditioning. Had to wait in stifling heat. Long walk to boat with no help. Staff on board seemed to think we were a nuisance rather than customers. Cabin did not match description when I booked it.Cabin had bunk beds and we are old age pensioners. Cabin was dirty ,no hot water on arrival.Food unimpressive and facilities in general very poor.

      Review by EDWARD DOYLE

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