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Trieste is a great gateway to Northern Italy, Slovenia, Albania, Croatia and even Austria and is a great alternative to Venice for ferries to and from Greece. You can compare and find the cheapest ferry crossings available from and to Trieste with our easy to use booking form. Below, you can find all the Trieste ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.
Ferries to and from Trieste
The Adria Ferries fleet is made up of the Riviera del Conero and theRiviera Adriatica. You will find the ship's cabins to be of the highest standards and all come with a private shower and bathroom and individual air conditioning. If travelling on board the Riviera Adriatica you can also enjoy more spacious suite cabins which also include satellite TVs. All the ships also offer comfortable seating with satellite TV and films shown in the main hall.
Minoan Lines operates a modern, well-equipped fleet of ferries which offer passengers a wide range of facilities. Minoan Lines is one of Greece's most well-known ferry companies. On board you will find full and self service restaurants, internet access rooms and shops. On some ships you may also find a summer time swimming pool, bar, disco and even a gym.
Trieste Lines operates two high speed hydrofoil vessels; the Cris M and the Fiammetta M. Both ships sail at speeds of up to 35 knots, are fully air conditioned and provide top class facilities, including a bar, television screens and music.
There is plenty to see and do in Trieste, largely due to the city's historic and colourful past. The castles of Miramare and San Giusto are well worth a visit; the castle of Miramare is home to beautiful gardens and ponds and the castle of San Giusto houses a museum of weapons. Trieste also has many fine churches, such as the cathedral of San Giusto, the basilica of San Silvestro and the temple of Holy Trinity and St. Spiridio.
Trieste is also home to some interesting archaeological remains and sites; the Arch of Riccardo dates from 33 B.C. and can be seen in the Piazzetta Barbacan in the city's old town. The Roman theatre, situated at the foot of the San Giusto hill is worth a visit; you can see the statues that used to stand in the theatre at the Town Museum.
Trieste is well connected with the rest of Italy and beyond; the airport provides daily departures to Rome, Milan and Vienna, and the city's rail station provides excellent rail links with some of the larger Italian cities.
Trieste port facilities
The port provides good facilities and public conveniences for passengers. The Stazione Marittima passenger terminal features a departures lounge, coffee shop, lavatories, a convenience store and public telephones.
The terminal is wheelchair-accessible and provides toilets for those with disabilities.
Getting to Trieste port
Trieste Ferry Port is situated to the north of the city, and is well-connected to the surrounding area by road and rail.
Trieste Ferry Port is located on the Viale Miramare, to the north of the main city, and is easily accessible from the SS14 main road that runs along the coast. From the north, Trieste is accessible from the E70/A4 highway, and from the E70, A1, A3 and E61 roads to the east and the south.
Trieste train station is situated in the city centre with connections to the rest of the country.
There is a bus station next to the railway station. From the train station take bus line 8. It takes about 20 minutes from the train station to the ferry port by bus.
SCALO LEGNAMI - VIA DEGLI ALTIFORNI , 34145 TRIESTE, Italy
Punto Franco Vecchio, 34100, Italy
Ufficio Imbarco, Check in Terminal - Via della Rampa, Molo 7, 34123 Trieste, Italy
Nuova Stazione Marittima - Molo IV - Trieste, 34135 Trieste, Italy