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Salerno has a sea link with Catania, Messina and Palermo (Sicily) and La Valletta/Malta (Malta) and Tunis (Tunisia). The lines to Salerno are provided by Caronte & Tourist and Grimaldi Lines who offer a total of 17 weekly connections with traveling times ranging between 9 hours and 30 hours (mostly evening departures). 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.

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Guide of SALERNO

Salerno is a city bathed by the clear waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea and is rich in history, art and culture and has been an important port since ancient times. History The first settlements in Salerno date back to ancient times, near the river Irno. After the 5th century and the Etruscans left southern Italy, the Samnites settled here, then eventually left the area in 240 BC. The importance of Salerno grew when Scipio decided to send 300 Roman citizens, to create a maritime colony here. The medieval era saw it under Byzantine rule up until 646, the year in which the Longobards made it part of t... [More information]

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