Ferry schedules from Bari to Greece and Albania
Bari is one of the most important ports of the Adriatic Sea, serving multiple marine operations and considered to be Europe’s door to the Balkan and the Middle East. Bari serves millions of passengers every year and many of them are cruise passengers. There are two separate harbours in the city of Bari, the old city Port, used for small vessels and fishing boats and the New Port, used for large passenger ferries that make crossings to Greece and Albania. There are many ferries that depart from Bari to Igoumenitsa, Patras, Durres, Corfu, and Cephalonia.
Ferry from Bari to Igoumenitsa and Patras
There is a daily route from Bari to Igoumenitsa and Patras. The duration for the trip from Bari to Igoumenitsa lasts approximately 10 hours, whereas the duration of the trip from Bari to Patras is approximately 16-17 hours.
Ferry from Bari to Corfu and Cephalonia
During the summer period, there are weekly ferry crossings between Bari and Corfu and Cephalonia. The trip from Bari to Cephalonia is performed by Ventouris Ferries and the duration is approximately 17 hours. The trip from Bari to Corfu is performed by the ferry operators Superfast Ferries and Ventouris Ferries and depending on the itinerary the trip may last between 8 to 11 hours.
Ferry from Bari to Durres
There are two daily trips from Bari to Durres performed by both Ventouris Ferries and GNV Azzura. The duration of the trip is approximately 8 hours.
A few words about Bari
The city of Bari is the capital of the province of Puglia and has been inhabited since 1500 BC. Modern Bari consists of the old city, on the peninsula, separating the old harbour from the new one. The main historic sightseeings of the city are the Romanesque cathedral, the Norman castle and the Basilica of San Nicola. The old town of Bari consists of historical architecture, great museums, and shopping streets. This combination of old and new lifestyle is spread all over this wonderful coastal city, and it is really a feeling that one should not miss.