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The ferry route between Salerno and Catania is covered by the operator Grimaldi Lines who operate 5 connections per week with evening departures and traveling times shorter than 13 hours. Ferry companies working on this crossing have ships available that are suitable for cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks. All ships have both cabins and reserved seating arrangements, allowing you to choose your preferred level of comfort as you travel.
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Port of SALERNO
Salerno, in the Tyrrhenian Sea, is an important commercial port in Italy. Always overshadowed by the nearby port of Naples, it was only in the 1970s that it regained its position winning recognition by the EU for safety levels. The port has a high number of passengers and freight passing through and the cruise industry is rapidly developing there. There are daily connections departing from Salerno for Sicily. How to reach Salerno The passenger terminal is located in the city center, if you come by car from Naples along the A3 motorway you can take the exit Vietri sul Mare. If you come fr... [More information]
Directions: Google Map @ Salerno, port
Guide of CATANIA
Catania, a Sicilian town at the foot of Mt Etna, the highest volcano Europe is a great city. It offers crystal clear sea to snowy peaks that UNESCO declared a World Heritage Site. History The name Catania takes into account its geographical location, katà meaning near, and Etna. The citiy's foundations date back to the ancient Greeks, but many many invasions have occurred here over the centuries and these civilisations have brought with them varied cultural, artistic and architectural heritage. After the Greeks, who subjugated Catania for three centuries, the Romans arrived, developing ... [More information]
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