From the port of Venice with Anek-Superfast Ferries to Patras (approx. 32 hours)
From the port of Ancona with Grimaldi-Minoan Lines to Patras (approx. 24 hours)
From the port of Bari with Anek-Superfast & Ventouris Ferries to Patras (approx. 18 hours)


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City of Patras

Patras is one of the biggest cities in Greece and the regional capital of Western Greece. The city of Patras is built at the foot of Mount Panachaikon in the northern Peloponnese. Patras is mostly known for its port, that connects Greece with Italy. As far as concerned the port of Patras is one of the most developed in the Mediterranean Sea and serves both local and international ferry routes with daily direct connections to Ancona, Bari and Venice. In addition to there are also seasonal ferry routes, which connect Patras with the Ionian Islands, Kefalonia and Ithaca. The port of Patras is a commercial hub, while is a nodal point for trade and communication with Italy, the rest of Western Europe and Greece.

The city of Patras is an adequate starting point for short trips to villages and towns in Greece and at the same time a great destination for summer or winter vacations. Furthermore, Patras has a long history and anyone who traveling can discover it through the churches, historical buildings, archaeological monuments and museums. Otherwise travelers can visit many amazing beaches close to Patras or take a short trip to the outskirts of the city and enjoy and swim in the Corinthian Gulf.

What is the Patras Ferry schedule?

Patras port serves ferry routes to Ancona, Bari and Venice. Patras port connects Greece with Italy.

How much does the Patras Ferry cost?

Prices can be vary depending on time and period of year. We recommend you to use our online booking system in order to get live ferry times and prices.