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Next departures to Palermo - Salerno

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Sun, 07/14/2024
20:00
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Fri, 07/19/2024
10:45
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Sun, 07/21/2024
20:00
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Fri, 07/26/2024
10:45
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Sun, 07/28/2024
20:00
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Fri, 08/02/2024
10:45
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Sun, 08/04/2024
20:00
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Fri, 08/09/2024
10:45
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Sun, 08/11/2024
20:00
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Fri, 08/16/2024
10:45
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA

Next departures to Salerno - Palermo

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Mon, 07/15/2024
13:15
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Sat, 07/20/2024
01:00
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Mon, 07/22/2024
13:15
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Sat, 07/27/2024
01:00
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Mon, 07/29/2024
13:15
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Sat, 08/03/2024
01:00
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Mon, 08/05/2024
13:15
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Sat, 08/10/2024
01:00
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Mon, 08/12/2024
13:15
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA
Sat, 08/17/2024
01:00
Grimaldi Lines
MV_CATANIA

Palermo

Palermo

Ferries to Palermo

Palermo, the capital of Sicily, is one of the most fascinating and historically rich cities in the Mediterranean. Located on the northwestern coast of the island, Palermo offers its visitors a unique mix of culture, art, and culinary traditions. With its historical monuments, lively markets, and enchanting beaches, it is a must-visit destination for those who wish to discover the true heart of Sicily. Among the main attractions are the Palermo Cathedral, the Norman Palace and the Palatine Chapel, the Teatro Massimo, and the Ballarò and Vucciria markets, where you can savor authentic Sicilian cuisine.

Booking your ferry to Palermo at the best available price is easy and convenient on Ferriesonline.com, the price comparison site that allows you to compare offers from different shipping companies. Just select the route, choose the date, and compare the available fares to book your low-cost tickets online.

Palermo is well connected to the main Italian ports and several international destinations. Direct routes include connections from Alicudi, Cagliari, Civitavecchia, Filicudi, Genoa, Lipari, Livorno, Milazzo, Naples, Rinella, Salerno, Salina, Tunis, Ustica (Cala Cimitero and Cala S. Maria), and Vulcano. These routes are served by renowned shipping companies such as Tirrenia, Grandi Navi Veloci, Liberty Lines, Siremar, and Grimaldi Lines. Each company offers different services and amenities on board, allowing you to choose the option that best suits your travel needs.

The route from Civitavecchia to Palermo, for example, is served by Grandi Navi Veloci and has an average crossing time of about 14 hours. Ticket prices vary depending on the season and the type of accommodation chosen, starting from around 50 euros for a deck passage up to over 150 euros for a cabin with all comforts. The Naples-Palermo route, operated by both Tirrenia and Grandi Navi Veloci, has a duration of about 10 hours and similar prices, with numerous offers for those who book in advance.

From Genoa to Palermo, the crossing takes about 20 hours and is mainly managed by Grandi Navi Veloci, with prices starting from 70 euros for a deck passage. Crossings from Milazzo, Ustica, and the Aeolian Islands like Lipari and Vulcano are much shorter, lasting from 3 to 5 hours, and are mainly served by Liberty Lines and Siremar. These routes offer a quick and picturesque way to reach Palermo, with fares ranging from 20 to 60 euros depending on the season.

The shipping companies operating on these routes guarantee a comfortable and safe journey, with modern ships equipped with all the necessary services for a pleasant trip. Grimaldi Lines, for example, is known for its ships with spacious cabins, high-quality restaurants, and on-board entertainment. Liberty Lines, on the other hand, offers a fast and efficient service for shorter routes, with modern and comfortable hydrofoils.

Once you arrive in Palermo, you will have the opportunity to explore the wonders of this fascinating city. Its beautiful beaches, such as Mondello and Sferracavallo, are ideal for relaxing in the sun and taking a dip in the crystal-clear waters. The historic center, with its baroque churches, noble palaces, and traditional markets, will transport you back in time, allowing you to immerse yourself in Sicilian history and culture.

Book your ferry to Palermo now on Ferriesonline.com and get ready to experience an unforgettable adventure in one of the most captivating cities in the Mediterranean. Remember, all active discounts and promotions are automatically applied when booking low-cost tickets on our site. Have a great trip!

FERRIES TO PALERMO


Salerno

Salerno
How to reach the port of Salerno
By car:
The port of Salerno can be reached along the following motorway arteries:
for those coming from Naples (A 3): leave the motorway for the exit "Vietri sul Mare", for those coming from from Rome / Caserta (A 30): at the end of the motorway take the "Avellino-Salerno" link in direction "Salerno". Exit at "Salerno Centro", for those coming from Bari / Avellino: exit at "Salerno Centro" and for those arriving from Reggio di Calabria (A 30): take the exit "Salerno Centro".
By train / bus:
By train, get off at the train station closest to the port, Salerno center at about 2 km, and take the city bus line 5 or a taxi.
By plane:
The airport of Capodichino (Naples) is 50 km from the port of Salerno and is well connected by local buses that make more daily departures.
From Salerno Pontecagnano airport, take line 8 of the public transport service, or reach the Pontecagnano station to get to Salerno center by train.


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