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Ferry from Venice to Greece

Venice is an impressive seaside town that is located in the north part of Italy. It is famous for its traditional boats (gondolas), its canals, and its famous cultural events, such as its famous Carnival and its International Film Festival. Moreover, what makes Venice special is its Renaissance influences and its Medieval buildings.
Below, you will find information on how to get to Greece from Venice (Italy) by ferry, where to buy your tickets and information about Venice and its port, along with many photos.

HOW TO GET TO GREECE BY FERRY FROM VENICE

Ferries depart from Venice to the ports of Igoumenitsa and Patras in the Greek mainland. The ferry trip from Venice lasts for 27-30 hours. Venice is also directly connected by ferry with Corfu and Ancona.

Ferry schedules from Venice

 

Ferries from Venice to Greece operate all year round. However, in the summer, ferry routes are more frequent.

Ferry from Venice to Patras

There are at least 1-2 ferries per week from Venice to Patras throughout the year. The duration of the trip from Venice to Patras is 30-33 hours.
> Book your ferry tickets to Patras from Venice

Ferry from Venice to Igoumenitsa

Ferries from Venice to Igoumenitsa operate all year round with about 3 ferry crossings every week. In the summer, routes are more frequent. The duration of the ferry trip from Venice to Igoumenitsa is 27-29 hours.
> Book your ferry tickets to Igoumenitsa from Venice

What types of ferries travel to/from Venice?

 

The only type of ferry that connects Greece with Venice is the conventional ferry. The ferry companies that serve itineraries from Venice are Minoan Lines, Blue Star Ferries, and Anek Lines.

Island hopping from Venice

 

In the summer, there are frequent ferry connections between Venice and Greece. Some of the most popular ferry routes from Venice are from Venice to Patras, from Venice to Igoumenitsa, and from Venice to Corfu.

Travel tips

 

Travel tips to organize your travel:

  • Ferry trips from Venice are long and usually overnight, so booking a cabin is highly recommended!
  • The best way to plan your trip from Venice is to book your ferry tickets in advance, as Greek ferries may be fully booked, especially in July and August.
  • The ferry trip from Venice to Igoumenitsa is shorter than the ferry trip from Venice to Patras. So, if you want to save some time, you can choose to arrive at Igoumenitsa port.

 

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INFORMATION ABOUT VENICE

Venice is a magnificent town in north Italy. The port of Venice serves ferries to Patra and Igoumenitsa in Greece and also to some ports of Adriatic. The romantic town of Venice is built upon many small islands and no car is allowed. Transport is done on foot or by boat. The traditional boat of Venice is of course the gondola, which makes visitors a tour around the lovely canals of the town.

Venice is a town with Renaissance architecture and Medieval impressions. Many hotels are housed in Medieval buildings offering a romantic place to stay. Venice is also a place where many cultural events take place, such as the famous Carnival of Venice and the Venice International Film Festival.

 

Why visit Venice?

 

Hop on a ferry to Venice for romantic gondola rides, picturesque architecture, and worldwide famous Carnival festivities.

  • Venice is made of small islands divided by canals.
  • Cars are not allowed in Venice, you can move around by water taxis and gondolas.
  • Venice is full of Renaissance and Medieval gems. Many hotels are housed in Medieval buildings, offering a very romantic ambiance.
  • The town plays host to the famous Carnival of Venice and the Venice International Film Festival.

The best season to visit Venice

 

Venice is wonderful all year round, but it is usually overcrowded during the summer. If you want to join the Carnival festivities, you should visit Venice in January-February.

Is Venice for you?

 

Venice is an utterly romantic destination, perfect for couples and newlyweds on their honeymoon!

Sightseeing in Venice

 

Some of the best places to visit in Venice are St. Mark's Square, St. Mark’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace, Burano Island, and the Grand Canal.

Photos of Venice

Ferry to Venice map

About Venice Port

Connected ports to Venice

Corfu - Igoumenitsa - Patra

Port description

Venice is a town in northeast Italy, famous for its romantic setting and the Medieval architecture. Ferries connect Venice with the Greek ports of Patras and Igoumenitsa.

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