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With Ferrysavers you can easily book a cheap ferry from Venice to Slovenia, Greece, Egypt, Syria and Croatia, or you can compare Venice ferry crossing prices by route, operator and time using our comparison engine above.
- Using Ferrysavers you can securely book a ferry between Venice and Corfu, Patras and Igoumenitsa of Greece with either ANEK Lines or Minoan Lines
- And you can book a ferry between Venice and Lussino, Pirano and Porec, all in Croatia, withVenezia Lines
- Or from Venice to Tartus (Tartous) in Syria and Alexandia of Egypt with Visemar Line
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|Pula - Venice
Venice ferry port is situated at the exit of the Ponte della Liberta, which links the mainland to Venice and thus allowing easy access to the terminals by car, bus or taxi from the adjacent mainland town of Santa Lucia. Venice ferry port offers international connections to Greece and Croatia all year round.
Venice is located in the Italian region of Veneto. The city stretches across numerous small islands in the marshy Venetian Lagoon along the Adriatic Sea in northeast Italy.
Venice is undoubtedly one of the most famous and popular tourist destinations in the world. With a rich architecture, historical legacy, award-winning restaurants, charming terraced cafés and brasseries, the famous gondolas travelling along the canals, the luxurious palace and opera house, the magnificent Piazza San Marco and the Carnival starting on Ash Wedneday every year, Venice is regarded as one of the world's ultimate romantic and scenic destinations.
Fusina Ferry Terminal, Via dellâ Elettronica, 30176 Fusina (Venezia), Italy
S. Basilio Terminal, Fondamenta Zattere Al Ponte Lungo, Venice, 30123 Venezia, Italy
Venice Ro-Port MoS S.C.p.A., Via Autostrade del Mare (Via dell'Elettronica s.n.c.), 30176, Venezia - Fusina
30123, Venezia, Italy
Stazione Marittima San Basilio, 30123 Venezia, Italy
27 Aug 2019Shame about some of the staff
We arrived in lots of time to secure parking and check in. An irate lady came and moved us shouting that the parking was for hotel staff only. We moved and tried to find more parking - which we subsequently had to pay for. This made us nearly miss our ferry so imagine our annoyance when it turns out she was the lady booking us in and was just late for work!!!! She lied and threatened us and because she was late and did not want to pay herself. This made our early morning start unbelievably stressful and made us nearly miss the ferry. I hope She gets a more reliable alarm clock as her rudeness and lying was not a great showcase for the company. Other than that the journey was good, rest of staff were very helpful and the umbrellas were genius. It was hard to understand the tour as the quality of microphone was terrible which was really disappointing but when you could hear the facts and info was great.
Review by SAM
18 Aug 2019Rovinj to Venice day trip
This day trip was a great taster to Venice and the excursions offered helped to maximise the time spent there.
Review by Anon
12 Aug 2019Pula to Venice
This was a great experience. We were delighted that the price we paid through Ferrysavers was substantially less than we would have paid in Croatia. Great service and Ferry Savers were very prompt in their response when we were made aware, a few days before our trip, that the catamaran we were to travel on was out of service due to a breakdown. They quickly ascertained for us that our booking had been transferred to an alternative catamaran and provided us with all the details we needed.
Review by Helen
03 Jul 2019Good job!
Very very good!Keep like this!!!
Review by ANDREJS MARTINOVS