Ferry from Venice to Pula
Tickets, Prices & Schedules
Is there a ferry from Venice to Pula?
Yes, you can travel from Venice to Pula by ferry thanks to the seasonal connections operated by Venezia Lines and Kompas (Adriatic Lines).
The route is active from June to the end of September with 4-6 weekly crossings.
Am I allowed to travel to Pula from Venice?
Yes, you can travel from Italy to Croatia by ferry at the moment. Take a look at the latest updates on Covid-19 and ferry traveling from/to Italy, and start planning your trip on Ferryhopper today!
What’s the ferry schedule from Venice to Pula
Usually, the earliest ferry to Pula from Venice departs at 17:00, arriving at 20:45. The latest departure is usually scheduled for 17:30, with the ferry arriving in Pula at 21:00.
Ferry Tickets, Offers & Discounts
How much is the ferry from Venice to Pula?
The Venice to Pula ferry price ranges from €79 to €92. The final ticket cost can be higher or lower depending on the operator chosen, discounts or seat type.
On Ferryhopper, you can find all available offers for the ferry trip to Pula from Venice. Take a look at our ferry routes, find the lowest prices and book your ferry tickets on Ferryhopper at no extra cost.
Take advantage of the available discounts and travel by ferry from Venice to Pula with lower-cost ferry tickets. On the Venice - Pula ferries, children up to 5 or 6 years old travel for free. Those up to 13 years old, on the other hand, are entitled to a 50% discount.
Ferry Route Info
How long is the ferry ride from Venice to Pula?
The Venice - Pula ferry time ranges from 3 hr 30 min to 3 hr 45 min depending on the company and crossing chosen.
Is there a high-speed ferry from Venice to Pula?
The connection from Venice to Pula is operated by high-speed ferries carrying passengers only. The fastest route is operated by Adriatic Lines and lasts 3.5 hr.
What’s the distance between Venice and Pula?
The distance from the port of Venice to the port of Pula is 76 nautical miles (approximately 141 km).
Ferry Trip Tips
Useful tips for your ferry trip to Pula from Venice
Here are some travel tips for your trip from Venice to Pula:
- The port of Venice can get crowded during the summer so we recommend that you arrive at the port at least 1 hr in advance of your departure to avoid queuing.
- To travel from Italy to Croatia, you should carry with you either a valid passport or an identity card.
- Pula is a great starting point for visiting other places in Croatia and also the beautiful Brijuni Islands.
- Check out other routes to Croatia from Italy, such as the Venice - Porec ferry connection or the Venice - Rovinj ferry route!
Where to take the ferry from Venice to Pula
Ferries to Croatia depart from the San Basilio Passenger Terminal located in the Zattere area of the port of Venice.
It’s just a 15-minute walking distance from the city center. Alternatively, you can easily reach it using public transportation from Santa Lucia Railway Station, Tronchetto Island and Piazzale Roma.
The terminal is very large, with a waiting room, restrooms, as well as food and beverage vending machines.
Can I travel on the Venice - Pula ferry with a car?
No, ferries operating the Venice - Pula connection do not carry motor vehicles, only passengers. You are, however, allowed to bring your bicycle on board for an extra charge.
If you decide to arrive in Venice by car, you must take into account that there are no roads in the city. You will therefore have to leave your vehicle in one of the paid parking lots in Piazzale Roma.
Both companies operating the Venice to Pula ferry route have the same baggage allowance policy.
Specifically, with Venezia Lines and Kompas (Adriatic Lines) you can carry one piece of hand luggage of not more than 56x45x25 cm in size and 10 kg in weight, and one check in luggage of no set size or weight.
Ferries operating the Venice - Pula route do not have cabins. However, you can choose to travel in Economy or VIP class.
You can travel with your pet to Pula, depending on the ferry company and type of vessel you’ve chosen. Cats must travel inside their carrier, while dogs must be small to medium-sized and have a leash and muzzle at all times. In addition, make sure to carry along the necessary certificates, tickets and any pet supplies you may need for your trip.
Keep in mind that with Kompas (Adriatic Lines) ferries pets are subject to an additional cost of €10 per pet.
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