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The route connecting Venice and Ancona is operated by Minoan Lines / Grimaldi Euromed who make 2 weekly sailings available with travel times ranging bewteen 6 hr 30 min and 6 hr 30 min. exclusively morning departure times for these crossings. Ferry companies working on this crossing have ships available that are suitable for cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks. For your comfort, services such as bars, shops and self service restaurants will be available during the crossing. Also, you can select from regular seating or various cabin options when booking.
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VENICE ANCONA offers
Children under 5 travel free
All children aged between 0 and 5 years travel free but will not be allocated seating or accommodation, offer available on all domestic lines within Greece.
Port of VENICE
Venice is one of the most important ports in Italy and the Mediterranean. There are cruise ships and ferries mainly heading for Greece, leaving from the Maritime Station, located near the center of Venice. In particular, Terminal 123 is dedicated to ferries between Venice and Greece and provide passenger services such as bars, refreshment areas and supermarkets. How to reach the port Piazzale Roma is considered the main entry point to Venice and the only one accessible by car. The passenger terminal is also served by taxis and public transport links and shuttle services. There is also a high-s... [More information]
Address: Stazione Marittima -Magazzino 123, 30135 Venezia VE
Directions: Google Map @ Venice, port
Guide of ANCONA
Ancona, the capital of the region of Marches, is on the Adriatic Coast and has one of the largest ports in Italy. Historical sites Historians believe there were human settlements in this are since the Bronze Age. The foundations of the city originate from 387 BC built by the Syracusan Greeks and for about two hundred years 'Ankon' remained a Greek colony. The port was very important during the Roman Empire and with the fall of the empire the city was besieged by the Ostrogoths to become a Byzantine city. From the year one thousand Ancona was an autonomous city and sea republic. Dur... [More information]
2 weekly sailings - Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Ships: CRUISE EUROPA , CRUISE OLYMPIA