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Information about Patra and its port

You will find bellow information about ferries from/to Patra, photos and description of the port.
The port of Patras serves ferries to Italy. The most popular routes are from Patra to Ancona and from Patra to Brindisi. The trip from Patra to Bari is the shortest, while the trip from Patra to Venice is the longest.
Patras is also connected with Corfu, Kefalonia & Ithaca.


About Patra

 

Patra (or Patras) is the third largest town in Greece and one of the busiest ports of the country. The town developed a lot in the 19th century, when many Neoclassical buildings and ample squares were constructed, such as the Square of King George I and Psila Alonia Square. A wonderful region for strolling is the beach promenade of Patra close to the port, with many cafes, bars and restaurants along the walkway.

The port of Patra is very busy as it serves ferries to the Ionian islands and Italy. The modern town bursts with life and has nice sightseeing, including the Medieval Castle of Patra built on top of a hill above the town, the Roman Odeon and few interesting churches. In close distance to Patra, there are many beaches and also an important tourist resort is Rio.

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About Patra Port

Connected ports to Patra

Ithaki, Pisaetos - Ithaki, Vathi - Kefalonia, Sami - Italy, Ancona - Italy, Bari - Italy, Venice

Port description

Patra is the third largest city in Greece. It is located on the northern side of Peloponnese and its port is considered the gateway of Greece to Europe. Ferries from Patra go to Kefalonia, Ithaca, Corfu and Italy.

Directions

To go from Athens to Patras, take the suburban bus from Kifissos KTEL Station (bus X93 from airport). The trip lasts about 3 hours and there are itineraries every hour.

Photos of Patra port

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