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Brindisi has connections with Durres, Saranda and Vlore (Albania) and Igoumenitsa and Patras (Greece) and Corfu, Paxos, Sami/Kefalonia and Zakynthos (Ionian Islands). The lines between Brindisi and any other destination are provided by 4 sailing companies that partner with NetFerry online services (European Ferries, European Seaways, Grimaldi Lines and Red Star) offering 45 weekly sailings and travel times ranging from 5 hours to 19 hours (typically afternoon and evening boardings).
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Port of BRINDISI
The port of Brindisi has ancient roots, and in its hay day was a very important city in the Roman empire because of its port. The port in brindisi marked the beginning of the famous Via Appia, which continues all the way to Rome.
Today the port of Brindisi is one of the most important in the Adriatic, it is an industrial, commercial and tourist port that provides connections to the Balkans. Ferries to and from Albania are frequent from Brindisi, linking southern Italy with the port of Vlora in Albania. Brindisi port also has connections to Greece throughout the year, for the ports of Igoumenitsa and Patras and the islands of Corfu, Kefalonia, Zante and Paxos during July and August.
The port of Brindisi consists of three areas. The Inner Harbor has two inlets that surround the center of Brindisi to the north and east, these two arms are called "breast of the west" and "breast of the east". The internal port has an area of 727,000 square meters. The Middle Port consists of the basin before you reach the Canale Pigonati, i.e. the internal access channel to the port. The boundaries of the outer harbor are to the east with the Pedagne islands, to the south with the mainland, to the west with the island of Sant'Andrea and to the pier of Costa Morena and to the north with the Punta Riso dam. The external port is spread over an area of 300,0000 square meters and is mainly used for industrial activities. Brindisi is the only port in Italy where incoming ships take precedence over the outgoing ones.
How to reach the port of Brindisi
By train - Brindisi Train Station is located at Piazza Francesco Crispi and is about a 15 minute walk to the port of Costa Morena. From April to September there is a public bus service running every 30 minutes, bus code 'AP'.
By plane - Brindisi Papola Casale airport is about 6 km from the city, taxi services are available outside the airport, there is also a public bus service, code 'AP', that runs every 30 minutes and connects the airport to the port.
By car - For those coming from north or south, once you reach the Brindisi bypass, take the Porto di Costa Morena exit and you will arrive at the port entrance following the signs. For those coming from Taranto, take the exit for Lecce and exit when you will find the signal Porto di Costa Morena.
Directions: Google Map @ Brindisi, port
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