Book your ferry from BARI to PATRAS with NetFerry!
Are you organizing a vacation to Greece? Search for the best ferry from Bari to Patras using the Greece ferry booking platform. NetFerry can help you find out which ferry operators cover routes to Patras departing from Bari and all related timetables, prices and duration.
The Bari Patras line is covered by the maritime operator K/x Anek-superfast who offer 5 weekly connections with traveling times not exceeding 16 hr 30 min (afternoon and evening departures). Ferry operators serving this line have ships suitable for vehicle transportation, so you can reach your destination with your car, motorbike or camper van. Once on board, you will find bars, shops and self service restaurants to make your crossing more relaxing and comfortable. Cabin accommodation allows you to rest with peace of mind.
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Port of BARI
The port of Bari is located on the south east coast of Italy, on the heel of the boot. It is a busy port providing both commercial and tourist services. Each year over 2.0 million passengers pass through the port, of which about 650,000 are cruise passengers. In the past century they added a cruise terminal and restructured the ferry terminal, there are currently several renovations and extensions. The port of Bari extends to the north-west for about 2.5 kilometers and includes the districts of Marconi - San Girolamo - Libertà. How to reach Bari port To reach the port from Bari tr... [More information]
Address: Piazzale Cristoforo Colombo, 1, 70122 Bari
Directions: Google Map @ Bari, port
Guide of PATRAS
Patras is the gateway to the Greek continent and is home to a very important and historical port. History Patras has been inhabited for at least 4000 years and so many cultures and populations have come and gone throughout history. During the Bronze Age Patras was a Mycenaean stronghold. Then the Romans came under Augustus and made it an imperial colony, then in the Middle Ages, the Byzantine era and during the Crusades, it was a thriving port. In 1400 Patras was a Venetian colony then it became an Ottoman colony. Places to visit When strolling around the city do not miss a visit to the Byza... [More information]
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