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Italian Cruises

Italian Cruises: Discover the Most Fascinating Ports in Italy

With its long stretched coastline, Italy is one of the major tourist destinations for all the Mediterranean best Italian cruise ships. These luxurious cruise ships travel all across Italian waters, and they also anchor in a few port towns. You will be allowed to go shopping and mix with the local flavor, while on your Italian cruise trips.

 

Major Italian Ports

There are some good ports in Italy, but some of the Ports Of Call are very popular among the tourists who travel on cruises. Once you get to know about the ports where your ship will be anchoring, then you could find some more information about those places.

 

Roma

Roma lies inland, almost 50 miles away from the nearest coast. It is located in Civitavecchia, and you can travel to Rome via a bus or train. Train roughly takes an hour (one way). Well, the easiest option is to book a taxi, so that you can move around little and enjoy the road trip.

Stazione Marittima

It is more popular as the Venice port. It is located on the islands and is well within a walking distance from the city's train station. You can easily go around the Venice city within one day. If you are short of time, you can directly head to St. Mark's Square in a Vaporetto (water bus).

 

Molo Angioino

The city of Naples is right in the water, therefore getting in and out of the city is very easy. On the other hand, if you are looking forward to a day trip to Sorrento or Pompeii, you can simply take public transport, as it is easily accessible from the port.

 

Porto di Livorno

Just like Roma, the cruise ports connecting to Florence and Pisa are not close to the cities. It is 55 miles away from Florence and 15 miles from Pisa. In addition to Florence and Pisa, you can also visit other Tuscan towns from this seaport.

 

Porto di Milazzo

It is close to the town center in Messina, and thus traveling around is not an issue. You can easily get a train to Taormina, and reach your destination while witnessing some of the Sicily's famous and well-preserved Greek ruins.

 

Stazione Marittima di Genova

Genoa is located right on the shore, and therefore traveling to nearby tourist attraction from there is quite easy. You can walk or take a metro to go within the city limits. If you are planning to travel to Portofino, then it is suggested that you take to book your tour in advance with any of the local travel agencies, so that you do not waste much time.

If you are planning your Italy Port shore trip the first time, then it is suggested that you contact on of the best tour and travel operators to help you plan well, also within your budget. Many travel agencies offer affordable packages.

We offer exclusive Italy Port shore trip packages for very reasonable prices. We will give you a unique family holiday experience that you will cherish for a long time.