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Dreaming of a holiday Italy? Get on a ferry from Durres to Ancona by accessing our online booking system. This web portal gives you all the information you need on the sea crossings to Ancona from Durresprices, durations and timings.
The line from Durres to Ancona is provided by Adria Ferries only with a schedule of 6 weekly connections with typically evening departures and maximum duration of 20 hours. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles. These ferries provide cafes and bars along with different types of accommodation to suit all of your needs. Early booking will ensure your choice of either regular seating or cabin accomodation.
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DURRES ANCONA offers
Children up to 4 years old travel for free
Children between the ages of 0 - 4 travel free, but will not have a designated seat or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 12
children between the ages of 4 and 12 travel half price.
Discount on return tickets
If you purchase an outbound and return ticket, you receive a 30% discount on your return ticket.
Port of DURRES
The port of Durrës is located in the south of the city, in the Bay of Durrës . This bay is almost eighteen kilometers long. Because the port is located in a bay it is well protected from storms ensuring shelter from the northwest to the east. Durrës is located on a peninsula and is the second largest city in Albania, with ancient roots dating back to Greek times, the port has always been in a strategic location for civilizations of the past and continues to be today, as Durrës is Albania's most important port. To reach the port of Durrës you can travel by ferry f... [More information]
Address: Rruga Doganes Durrës, Albania
Directions: Google Map @ Durres, port
Guide of ANCONA
Ancona, the capital of the region of Marches, is on the Adriatic Coast and has one of the largest ports in Italy. Historical sites Historians believe there were human settlements in this are since the Bronze Age. The foundations of the city originate from 387 BC built by the Syracusan Greeks and for about two hundred years 'Ankon' remained a Greek colony. The port was very important during the Roman Empire and with the fall of the empire the city was besieged by the Ostrogoths to become a Byzantine city. From the year one thousand Ancona was an autonomous city and sea republic. Dur... [More information]
6 weekly sailings - Duration: 16 hours
Ships: AF CLAUDIA , AF MARINA