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Would you like to find out the possible travel alternatives to Palermo? Choose your ferry from Naples to Palermo by accessing NetFerry online booking service. Our pages give you all of the information for your trip to Palermo from Naples including crossing prices, schedules and duration.
The Naples Palermo line is covered by 2 ferry operators (Grandi Navi Veloci and Tirrenia) offering 19 weekly sailings and travel times ranging from 9 hr 15 min to 10 hr 30 min (primarily morning and evening boardings). If you need to bring your vehicle on board, you have many options thanks to the cargo capacity of the ships operating on this crossing. 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 NAPLES
The port of Naples is one of the major ports in Europe and second in the world after Hong Kong for passenger travel. The port is located in Piazza Municipio an ideal location to visit of the city. In addition, the port is well connected by public transport and is located about 15 km from Capodichino airport, just a few minutes from the motorway exit and 10 minutes from the Napoli Centrale train station in Piazza Garibaldi. Passengers are boarded either from the Molo Beverello for hydrofoils, or from Calata Porta Massa from which larger ferries depart. A shuttle service to and from Piazzale Ang... [More information]
Address: Calata Porta di Massa, 80133 Napoli NA
Directions: Google Map @ Naples, 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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