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The sea crossing between Dubrovnik and Bari is operated by the sailing company Jadrolinija with a schedule of 4 weekly connections with primarily morning and evening departures and maximum duration of 10 hours. Ferries on this route can transport both foot passengers and vehicles. In addition to deck space, all ferries offer more comfortable solutions ranging from reserved seating to various cabins, suitable for singles, couples and families. There are toilets, bars, shops and self service restaurants on board.
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Port of DUBROVNIK
Dubrovnik is centered around the port, in the past the port was important for the wood trade and storage of foodstuffs. Later cam the development of tourism and the port became an important transport hub for passengers in parallel with the existing commercial traffic. The two main ports on the peninsular are Porto Antico and Porto Gruz, the bus terminal is also located near Porto Gruz. The ferry terminal is located close to the city center, about 2 kilometers. There are all kinds of services in the area around the port including an information center, car park, refreshment areas, luggage stora... [More information]
Address: Obala Ivana Pavla II 9, 20000, Dubrovnik
Directions: Google Map @ Dubrovnik, port
Guide of BARI
On the southern Adriatic coast, Bari is an Italian city with an important port and a rich and fascinating history. Over time Bari has become more and more important in the merchant sector and is a trade hub with the Middle East and since 1930 boasts one of the most important festivals in the country, the Fiera del Levante. History According to findings excavated from the Church of San Pietro, the first settlement originates from the Bronze Age, but according to other scholars Bari was a colony of Crete, Greeks who gave it the name of Barion. The Romans took this city and gave it an important r... [More information]
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