Ferry to Bari

View Of Bari Seafront In The Background Basilica San Nicola Apulia

A practical guide for how to reach Bari Ferry Port, schedules and prices for the ferry to Bari, and recommendations for public transportation services. Explore the website and find all the necessary details for the Ferry to Bari; Connected Routes with departures and frequency, Accommodation options with real-time Availability, and helpful tips for transfer opportunities in Bari!

In the following lines, we have prepared a small user guide that will help passengers reach Bari ferry port as easily and pleasantly as possible.

Find useful information on how to reach Bari port of departure, local public transportation options to reach the port of Bari, port addresses and embarkation offices, ferry schedules and prices, and real-time departures with the ferry from - to Bari.

Bari ferry port

The ferry port of Bari is located in the capital of Italy's Puglia region and stands as a gateway between Italy and the Middle East and Balkan countries.

Bari ferry port connects Italy with Greece, Albania, Croatia, and Montenegro. For ferry passengers, there is a new ferry terminal building where transportation to the city can be found.

Details for the port of Bari

Stazione Marittima Passeggeri
Corso Antonio De Tullio str.
Bari 70122
Latitude: 41° 8' 13" N
Longitude: 16° 51' 30" E
Tel.: +39 0805282828

How to reach Bari port by car

Take the A14 motorway and take the exit signposted Bari Nord. To get to Bari you can also take the Adriatic route, the provincial road SS16.

How to reach Bari ferry terminal by train

The nearest train station to Bari Ferry Port is Bari Central Railway Station (which is located about 3 km from Bari Ferry Port in Piazza Moro). From here take the No. 20 bus which will bring you inside the port, very close to the passenger terminal.

Note: All the above information for Bari Port was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice.

Schedules, prices and availability to Bari by ferry

Book your ferry tickets with any ferry company that suits you better and enjoy your ferry trip to your destination! The “Easy-Way” booking system of go-ferry.com, allows the most reliable online ferry reservations and offers cheaper, faster, and better services for your ticket.

With go-ferry.com you can connect online with the reservation systems of most shipping companies, to compare prices, find information about routes and vessels, look for alternative routes, and print instantly your prepaid Bari ferry ticket. Ferry schedules may change by season, so take an optical canvassing via our search engine to receive the latest cull of dates, schedules, prices, and availability to Bari by ferry. With so many accommodation options to choose from, you can be sure to find the best deal for the ferry ticket to and from Bari at a price that fits your budget.

Ferries from Bari, Italy

Complete the bellow fields and click on "search" to find timetables and to compare the prices of all ferry companies that run from and to Bari Port!

Notice: Each year and depending on the period, there may be more or fewer connections from/to Bari. The biggest shipping companies (ferry operators) announce the new ferry schedules from and to Bari by the end of December and the rest of them by January-March each year!

Book in advance your ferry ticket

Arrange your ferry journey in advance

You must organize your ferry in advance, having arranged all the details. You don't want anything to go wrong, and you can achieve perfect holidays with great organization. In addition to hotel accommodation and air tickets, when you book the boat tickets to or from Bari you know that everything is under control even before leaving home.

There are many reasons why you should arrange to book in advance your ferry to Bari. Here are some of the most important:

Pay for the Hotel in Bari without using it!
During the high season in Bari, and especially in July and August, it is likely that you won't find ferry tickets to popular destinations if you don't book them in advance. So, don't make the mistake of booking your hotel on Bari without having booked the ferry pass. The last thing you want is to get to the port and not find an available ferry!

Save time!
Although we charge a commission for acquiring ferry bookings, this allows you not only to secure your tickets but also to save time in Bari; besides receiving a service and attention of first.

Have a bigger choice of ferry tickets!
Buying in advance gives you a better chance of getting the ferry tickets, on the ferry you prefer and at the schedule you want. It does not make sense that your trip to - from Bari is interrupted by not finding available ferry departures, but it is possible.

Find more ferry routes!
If you want to organize your trip to or from Bari, it is wise to check all the possible routes and timelines to make the right combinations between Bari and the islands as well as between the air and the ferry tickets. Online, you can have an overview of all the routes going to Bari.

Get the best deal!
Ferry tickets to - and from Bari can be expensive, so it’s natural to want to get the best deal on them. It has become a regular practice for ferries to announce special rates and deep discounts for booking tickets to or from Bari up to 3-6 months in advance.

Feeling Great having your ferry ticket confirmation in your pocket!
You will feel a great feeling when having the ferry confirmation in your hands. The reservation with us will allow you to secure your tickets to or from Bari, you will be relieved to have the confirmation in your hands or on your smartphone!

Accommodation options on the ferry to Bari

Book your ideal accommodation option on the ferry to Bari and arrive fresh and rested to your destination! Comfortable armchairs, business class comfort seats, outside and inside cabins or economy deck chairs. There is a range of accommodation options to choose for a day or night ride.

About Bari

Between the Adriatic sea and the Ofanto, in a large quadrilateral area included between the territories of Daunia and Salento’s soglia messapica, the Land of Bari is composed of a series of steps which in time have created the Murge and the gentle slopes leading to the sea. Bari and its province developed thanks to the resources coming from the Adriatic sea, through trade and the relations to the Eastern Mediterranean, and from the hills characterising the karst territory thanks to agriculture and cattle breeding. The territory still maintains the signs of the activities of human beings and time: in the whole plateau, not exceeding 700 metres of altitude, kilometres of dry walls mark the boundaries of private estates interspersed with trulli, wonderful Romanesque cathedrals which have reached their highest development here, and the beautiful castles, in particular those of the time of Frederick II. Mention must be made of the National Park of Alta Murgia.

The chief town of the Region is between the provinces of Foggia and Brindisi. The plains stretch almost entirely along the coast and only briefly touch upon the Murgia Barese. The town is in the shape of a bird with open wings, whose head forms the nucleus of Bari Vecchia, the old town. Bari was annexed to the Roman Empire in the third century before Christ and over the ages was an Arab Emirate conquered by Longobards, Byzantines and Saracens. Once the base of the Roman Empire’s fleet for the Orient, the urban structure of the old town is arranged around the Catapan court. After the remains of Saint Nicholas were stolen and the homonymous Basilica was built, Bari became a major centre of Christianity and a convenient place the Crusades could leave from and return to from the Orient.

Ruled by Normans, Angevins, Aragon and the Spanish, the town first expanded outside of the old one in 1813 when work started on the new town.

What to see in Bari

Important monuments in town include the Basilica of San Nicola, housing the remains of the patron saint, the Romanesque Basilica of San Gregorio, the Cathedral of San Sabino, and Bari’sNorman-Swabian Castle, built on the orders of Frederick II for purposes of defense. Places not to be missed in the old part of town are the Piazza Mercantile and the Colonna infame, once used as a pillory for insolvent debtors. More modern buildings also worth a visit are Teatro Petruzzelli, Teatro Margherita, Palazzo Fizzarotti, and the library of Santa Teresa dei Maschi. There are also many churches on the reefs and hypogeums cut out of the rock and subsoil.

These include the church on the reefs of Saint Candida, the temple of Saint George, and the hypogeum of Madio Diana, the “Jewish” hypogeum. Museums worth a visit: the Archaeology Museum, the Provincial Picture Gallery, the Civic History Museum, and the Botanical Gardens Institute. Important events include the festivities of Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of the town, between the 7th and 9th of May, and the exhibitions at the Levante Fair in the building constructed in the 1930s.

Worth visiting sites

  • Basilica of St Nicholas
  • Cattedrale di San Sabino di Bari
  • Festival of San Nicola
  • Norman-Swabian Castle of Bari
  • Piccinni Theater
  • Plaster Museum of Norman-Swabian Castle
  • Province Picture Gallery
  • St. Nicholas Basilica Museum - Bari
  • Chiesa di San Domenico
  • Africa-Mozambique Ethnographic Museum

* Port Authority Telephone

0039 080 524 4488

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