Transfers Marittima and San Basilio cruise ports – Venice
Marittima cruise port
Venicegroupservices Srl offers you the possibility to embark from the main landing points of the Cruise Terminal of the city of Venice.
You can also enjoy the reserved entrance to the terminal directly at the customs gate terminal-marittima.
With our service you can count on the presence of one of our drivers who will take you directly to your car without the burden of carrying luggage.
Venicegroupservices Srl is at your complete disposal in line with the rules provided, on request any custom quotes.
Ports of Ravenna and Trieste
With the new regulations for the protection of the lagoon, many shipping companies have diverted their ships to the ports of Trieste and/or Ravenna.
Also in this case we offer a transfer service from Venice or Treviso to the ports of Ravenna or Trieste.
Marittima cruise port
The Venice Maritime Station is located in the extreme western area of the city, between the island of Tronchetto and Piazzale Roma.
In this area are concentrated 3 terminals (cruises, ferries and hydrofoils).
The total number of passengers handled in 2007 amounted to over 1,500,000 units and continues to grow.
This is confirming Venice as the preferred destination of many cruise passengers.
More than 30 cruise lines are active in the Maritime Station.
Venice Passenger Terminal
The company that manages the area of the Maritime Station is the Venezia Terminal Passeggeri,
Those wishing to reach the Venice Maritime Station by car have three parking lots at their disposal.
This for a fee (daily rate of 10 euros) and under surveillance, called Park 1-2-3.
Buses can also park in Park 3 at a cost of 20 euros per day.
These parking lots are for the exclusive use of cruise passengers.
To get to Venice Maritime Station there are numerous solutions available:
FROM PIAZZALE ROMA
The main cruise ship companies such as Costa, Minoan and many others, offer a shuttle bus that leaves from Piazzale Roma to the Venice Maritime Station, on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays.
The service is free, with departures every 15-20 minutes, and is often extended to all cruise lines.
These shuttles also depart 100 meters from the exit of the Venice Maritime Station, at Pier 107, always every 15 minutes.