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Livorno

Livorno portLivorno freight ferries to Sardinia, Corsica, Malta, Sicily and Spain.

Livorno ferry port is one of Italy’s largest seaports, located on the Tyrrhenian Sea in the northwestern part of Tuscany. From Livorno you can catch ferries to Olbia in Sardinia, ferries to Bastia in Corsica and ferries to Catania or Palermo in Sicily.

You can also catch ferries from Livorno to Malta, or from Livorno to Barcelona or to Valencia. Facilities at the port of Livorno are modern and include waiting rooms, bars, restaurants and bathroom facilities.

Ferry Routes to Livorno

3 crossings per week
18 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
4 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
4 hour crossing
3 crossings per week
42 hour crossing
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3 crossings per week
26 hour crossing
2 crossings per day
8 hour crossing
2 crossings per day
8 hour crossing
3 crossings per week
18 hour crossing
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2 crossings per week
73 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
38 hour crossing
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2 crossings per week
63 hour crossing
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Ferry Routes from Livorno

4 crossings per week
26 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
4 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
4 hour crossing
3 crossings per week
27 hour crossing
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3 crossings per week
26 hour crossing
2 crossings per day
8 hour crossing
2 crossings per day
8 hour crossing
3 crossings per week
18 hour crossing
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2 crossings per week
75 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
38 hour crossing
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2 crossings per week
43 hour crossing
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Livorno Details

Geolocation

Grimaldi Lines ferries Livorno: Via Guido Donegani, Livorno 57125, Italy

Corsica Sardinia ferries Livorno: Varco Donegani Nuova Stazione Marittima, Livorno, 57100, Italy

Moby Lines ferries Livorno: Imbarchi Stazione Marittima, I - 57100, Italy

Grandi Navi ferries Livorno: Port Varco Galvani, Einschiffungskai Dock 1, I - 57100, Italy

Toilet

Vending

Shops

Shower

24 Hour Parking

Restaurant

Lounge