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Italy to Croatia by Ferry (Tragetti Croazia)

Tragetti Croazia

If you plan to travel from Italy to Croatia, a ferry can be an option too. Here is some ferry info was written by Tragetti Croazia, an Italian ferry company:

Traghetti Croazia offers great value for those who plan to visit Croatia by cruise-liners from Italy.

Are you planning to visit Italy this summer? Add Croatia to your itinerary. After many years of conflict throughout the former Yugoslavia, the area is now enjoying a period of peace and stability and has become a very popular tourist destination indeed. In the last ten years, Croatia is emerging as one of Europe’s fastest-growing tourist destinations, and it is not surprising really if we consider what Croatia has to offer to travellers.

There you will find the Mediterranean as it once was, framed in a total coastline of over 6000 km of mild climate nature, beautiful mountains with forests, lakes, rivers and waterfalls, friendly and simple people, inexpensive and convenient

Croatia boasts some of the cleanest and most beautiful beaches in Europe: the Croatian coast is an absolute wonder to behold! The country has a long and colourful history, and this is most evident in the various architectural styles on show in its towns, cities and islands. Some of the country’s most beautiful buildings, many of them former churches, have since been renovated into hotels and guesthouses, offering visitors a wonderful opportunity to get a real taste of Croatia.

TRAVELLING TO CROATIA: There are plenty of ferry services operating in and out of the various ports. Many of these simply run domestic services up and down the coast and across to the beautiful islands dotted around the Adriatic, but a growing number of routes are being established that link Croatia with other countries, with Italy being the best served with a number of good services running daily. Getting to Croatia from Italy by Ferry, there are a few things you should take into consideration, like the frequency of the Ferry services, booking rules, and places where buy tickets…
It is advisable to book your ticket in advance. This can be done at the various ticket offices located in travel agencies, but what we strongly recommend is to get in touch with a professional agency, to get all you need in one simple stop. That’s what Traghetti Croazia (www.traghetti-croazia.it), can do for you! General information’s, timetables, tickets, travel assistance and much more, to help you book with ease your ferry tickets from Ancona, Venezia end Pescara ports. Traghetti Croazia Agency is now open 24/24 and this will speed up and simplify the whole process for you…

THE RESERVATIONS – With Traghetti Croazia it is possible to reserve your marine passages through Internet 24X7. You will be able to contact our office reservations to number 0565/912111 or through email to traghetti@prenotazioni24.it. The telephone reservations are advised for departures to short and in case of urgency.

PAYMENTS  – With Ferries Croatia, you will be able to choose to pay the following tickets in ways:
– credit card on linens (Encryption protocol SSL 128 bit);
– credit card for telephone (the necessary information will be collected from you from our operator through telephone);
– bulletin mails them (with an immediate shipment of the receipt via fax to number 0565 915898 or through email to traghetti@prenotazioni24.it); for the possessory ones of C/C it mails them will be possible to carry out postage directly;

THE DELIVERY OF TICKETS – Traghetti Croazia undertakes the delivery of the tickets and the same will be sent to all address indicated by you through courier, mail registered letter, via fax or email to you.

8 Responses to “Italy to Croatia by Ferry (Tragetti Croazia)”

  • charnchai thongratana on November 12th, 2007 1:35 pm

    We would like to travel from Milan to Croatia, Please advice for schedule of Ferry. Can we drive from north to south of Croatia during Cristmas period?

    Thanks for yr prompt reply

  • TravelShoes on November 13th, 2007 12:11 pm

    All current ferry scedules are at jadrolinija.hr webpage.
    Yes, driving is ok during the winter in Croatia 🙂

  • karen bellaire on March 17th, 2008 10:47 pm

    We need to travel from dubrovnik to Venice in September. Can you assist me? Karen

  • Travis M. Russell on September 4th, 2008 4:48 am

    We are traveling on our bicycles and would like to go from Bari,
    Italy to Croatia by ferry. Is there ferry service and where does it
    go? Can you help us? Thank you.

  • Margaret Bear on September 3rd, 2009 6:06 am

    I am looking for the timetable to go from Split to Ancana on Saturday 26th September, or soon thereafter. We will be foot passengers doing a one way trip. Are reservations therefore necessary?

  • Patricia Verhelle on September 20th, 2009 4:08 am

    Dear Sir,
    We have a tour group of 40 scheduling for September, 2010 to travel from Dubrovnik to Bari. Is the only choice an overnight ferry? What is the fastest service across the Adriatic from Dubrovnik or Split to Italy…landing in Ancona, Pescara, or Bari?

    Thank you for your response,

    Patricia Verhelle

  • TravelShoes on September 20th, 2009 8:17 pm

    yes, the only chance is to go by overnight ferry.

  • Susan Rhodes on February 19th, 2011 1:15 am

    we would like to travel from the amalfi coast to Croatia by ferry. is this an option? If not, what is our best route? (to dubrovnik)

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