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Ancona has routes with Durres (Albania) and Split, Stari Grad/Hvar and Zadar (Croatia) and Igoumenitsa and Patras (Greece) and Corfu (Ionian Islands) and Trieste and Venice (Italy). The links between Ancona and any other destination are served by the sailing companies Adria Ferries, Jadrolinija, K/x Anek-superfast, Minoan Lines / Grimaldi Euromed and Snav who jointly operate 53 connections per week with primarily afternoon and evening departures and sailing times shorter than 22 hours. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles.
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Port of ANCONA
Ancona is the main passenger port in Italy and about 1.5 million travelers pass through each year. The elbow shaped port has meant that this stretch of sea has been used as a port since antiquity beginning with the Greeks, who founded the city. The Greeks also gave Ancona its name that was inspired by its shape, as Ankon means elbow in Greek. Under the Romans the port was enlarged under the Emperor Trajan, they erected a triumphal arch in the port in his honor. The Saracen raids then destroyed the port, which was rebuilt and fortified during the period when Ancona became a Maritime Republic. At this time Ancona allied with Ragusa to become the second most important Italian port after Venice.
During the discovery of America unfortunately Ancona began to decline being located on the east coast, until Pope Clement XII granted Ancona free port status and financed the construction of a hospital there. During the World Wars the port was heavily bombed and much of it had to be reconstructed during the post-war period. Today Ancona is the most important port in Italy for transporting cars and passengers and the port connects the Peninsula with several different countries in the Mediterranean such as Greece, Croatia and Albania. Being a very large port, several shipping companies choose it as their departure point for their ferries.
How to reach the port of Ancona
By car: For those arriving from the South, take the exit from the A14 motorway, toll booth Ancona Sud, continue straight and follow the signs for the SS16 towards Ancona Centro and follow the signs for Porto to arrive at the New Ancona Maritime Station. For those arriving from the North, take the exit from the A14 motorway, tollgate Ancona Nord, continue straight on SS16 and follow the signs to Porto Imbarchi until you reach Via Flaminia, keep right and turn right after 2km, follow the signs to Porto Imbarchi . C
By train: Once you get to the station, buy a ticket for the number 20 bus that takes you directly to the New Ancona Maritime Station. The service runs every 25 minutes.
Address: Banchina Nazario Sauro, 18, 60121 Ancona AN
Directions: Google Map @ Ancona, port