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The link between Livorno and Palermo is served by the maritime company Grimaldi Lines with a schedule of 3 weekly connections with mostly evening departures and maximum duration of 19 hours. Ferry operators serving this line have ships suitable for vehicle transportation, so you can reach your destination with your car, motorbike or camper van. 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 LIVORNO
The port of Livorno is the main port of Tuscany and one of the most important ports in Italy for both tourists commercial activity. It is a multi-purpose port and is equipped to accommodate any type of ship and handle any type of goods or traffic. The port of Livorno has a rich and fascinating history and has been extended and modified often since the sixteenth century. The freight yard opened in the mid-1800s. Then the old port had a brief period of crisis, but has had a resurgence since the Orlando Shipyard in the New Dock opened. Today the port areas is vast and includes, customs and all th... [More information]
Address: Via Guido Donegani, Livorno, Italy
Directions: Google Map @ Livorno, port
Guide of PALERMO
Palermo was the Capital of Italian culture in 2018 and is a city of contradictions, which gives the city its character. There are beautiful squares, majestic buildings and markets full of colours, smells and voices. History The city was built around its port, which in Roman times was an important port called Panormus which was later remodelled by the Arabs and called Balharm. Before the Romans however, the Phoenicians settled in here giving the city the name Fiore. Under Arab rule the city flourished in the IX century AD, it became one of the most important Islamic cities in the West. In 1072 ... [More information]
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