Ferry to Dubrovnik - Bari, Croatia

Ferries Dubrovnik - Bari

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reaching the port of Dubrovnik
Ragusa (also often called with the Croatian name Dubrovnik, in Italian also "Ragusa di Dalmazia" and, in ancient usage, "Ragusi", "Rausa", "Raugia" and "Ragugia") is a Croatier city of 42,641 inhabitants, located along the Dalmatian coast. The city, which has long maintained its independence, boasts a historic center of particular beauty that is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List and which earned it the nickname of "pearl of the Adriatic".
From 1358 with the expulsion of the Venetians it was the seat of a free republic until the arrival of the French in 1808.


How to reach the port of Bari
Arriving in Bari by motorway, exit "Bari Nord" If you are coming from the North, "Bari Sud" coming from the South.
At the exit from the motorway toll booths, take the ring road of Bari "Fiera/Porto". Follow the ring road until you see a new signal indicating the turn right to "fair Haven" – exit n° 4 – and that leads to Via Napoli. Traveled this road to the junction with Via b. Queen, turn left onto Corso Vittorio Veneto where along the seaside, you will arrive at the port.

Destination information Bari
As the cultural and administrative centre, Bari is one of the main ports on the South coast of the Adriatic Sea.
The port is mainly used to connect Italy with many destinations including Greece, Montenegro and Albania.
Bari is also well connected with the rest of the country through railway networks both highways. Despite the old town's narrow, windy and the rest of the city is elegantly placed with its spectacular waterfront.