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Are you looking for information on how to get to Livorno? Book your ferry from Palermo to Livorno with Italy ferry booking service by NetFerry. Our pages give you all the info for your trip to Livorno from Palermo including the prices, timetables and duration of the crossings.
The route connecting Palermo and Livorno is operated exclusively by Grimaldi Lines who provide 3 weekly sailings with travel times that range between 18 hr 46 min and 19 hr 15 min and evening departures. 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 PALERMO
The port of Palermo, in Sicily, is an important port that has undergone improvement and renovation in recent years. The port is part of the urban fabric of the city and offers many services to the passengers who transit here. The port has an interesting history and was built by the Phoenicians for trade and used by the Arabs and Romans. Today it serves routes throughout the Mediterranean and is equipped with catering services, tourist information offices, a parking area and luggage storage. The port is made up of three piers, Molo Santa Lucia, Molo Piave and Molo Vittorio Veneto, all connected... [More information]
Address: Via Francesco Crispi, 90133 Palermo, Italy
Directions: Google Map @ Palermo, port
Guide of LIVORNO
Livorno, on the Tuscan coast, is one of those intriguing seaside cities that are just full of history. History Livorno’s origins date back to the Roman era, but its port was built later under Cosimo I de 'Medici. By the middle of the 1500s, it had begun to be an important port city for trade, because of the breakdown of the neighbouring port of Pisa. Between the 13th and 15th centuries, Livorno developed architecturally and was given a fort and a majestic lighthouse. The Medici declared the city free port and this also attracted people from everywhere such as Jews, Spanish, Muslims, and ... [More information]
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