Book your ferry from BRINDISI to ALBANIA with NetFerry!
Want to book a holiday to Albania? Find your ferry from Brindisi to Albania with Albania ferry booking service by NetFerry. This website provides you with all of the information you need on sea routes, timetables, tariffs and crossing times for the ferry crossings to Albania from Brindisi.
The ferry connections between Brindisi and Albania are covered by 3 ferry operators (A-ships Management, European Ferries and Red Star) offering 15 weekly sailings and travel times ranging from 6 hr 59 min to 11 hours (mostly evening boardings). Ferries on this route can transport both foot passengers and vehicles. In order to provide optimum passenger comfort, each ship is equipped with food shops, an information centre and accommodation suitable for all needs (according to availability).
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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 ... [More information]
Address: Località Costa Morena, 72100 Brindisi BR, Italy
Directions: Google Map @ Brindisi, port
Guide of ALBANIA
Albania is on the Balkan Peninsula in south-east Europe, overlooking the Adriatic and the Ionian seas. To the east it borders Macedonia, to the south Greece and to the north Montenegro to the west and Kosovo to the north east. HISTORY Archaeologists have found evidence to show that the country was inhabited during prehistoric times. In Xare and in the caves of Santa Marina in Saranda, archaeologist have found remains dating back to a period between 10 and 100,000 years ago. It was thought that the Albanians descended from the very ancient Pelasgians, who were later called Illyrians by the Gree... [More information]