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The Port of Genova, favored by the strategic geographical position, is at the center of the important industrial and commercial area of northern Italy and southern Europe. At the service of users and the goods the qualities of experience and professionalism, the result of a centuries-old tradition of maritime and port. The port of Genoa is the largest Italian port by extension with 22km of docks and drafts between eight meters and fifteen meters, the first in the country for number of shipping lines and the most important in terms of employment. Its historic international value, coupled with its strong multi-functionality, the concentration of professionalism in the industry and its economic weight, make it the undisputed capital of Italian shipping. The main Maritime Companies that operate from Genova Tirrenia and Moby Lines with connections from Sardinia and Corsica with more daily departures.

How to reach the port of Genoa by car:
The port facilities of the Port of Genoa stretch for about 20 Km. Genoa is connected by several highways: A10 to the west and the French coast, A7 and A26 to the north and the Po valley and A12 to the east on the Tyrrhenian coast of central Italy. The exit of Genoa West can be used by both the lorry traffic to quickly reach the 11 seats in the cargo terminal area of Sampierdarena, both from private vehicles to reach the Maritime Station with the new Ferry Terminal. The Terminal of Porto Petroli, however, can be easily reached through the exit of Genoa-Pegli, while Terminal VTE Voltri has a direct connection with the exit of Genoa-Voltri.

How to reach the port of Genova by train: 
The city has two main stations: Genova Brignole and Genova Principe. The station of Genova Principe is located about 20 minutes walk from the port and the railway Brignole is about an hour away. The output of Prince Underground is located a few meters from the underground station of Genoa and the Maritime Station of Ponte dei Mille. On leaving the station are also a bus service to the port.

Address: Ponte Mille 16126 Genova, Italy


The shipping company Tirrenia maintains links only with Sardinia and more precisely with:

Olbia with one / two daily duration ranging from 10 to 12 hours with respect to the departure night and about 10 hours with respect to the starting day. Porto Torres one daily trip lasting 11 hours starting at 20:30. Arbatax one course of daily life ranging from 15 to 18 hours starting at 21:30

Boarding Company Tirrenia: COMP. ITALIANA DI NAVIGAZIONE S.P.A.- PIAZZALE IQBAL MASIH 5 - 16126 GENOVA - Tel. +390102698234


The shipping company Moby Lines connects Genoa with Sardinia and Corsica, and more precisely with:

Sardinia - Olbia with two daily duration ranging from about 11 hours with respect to the departure night and about 10 hours with respect to the starting day.

Corsica - Bastia with two daily runs of last between 10 hours regarding the departure and night around 6:30 pm regarding the departure day.

Boarding Port of Genova:Terminal MOBY - Varco Albertazzi - 16126 Genova - Tel. 010 2541513



The shipping company Grandi Navi Veloci connects the port of Genova with Sardinia, Sicily, Spain, Tunisia and Morocco, according to the following schedule:

Genova - Porto Torres: during peak periods the route is performed almost daily (travel time: around 11 hours)

Genova - Palermo: up to 7 times a week (travel time: around 21 hours)

Genova - Barcelona: up to twice a week (travel time: around 18 hours)

Genova - Tunisi: up to 3 times a week (travel time: around 21 hours)

Genova - Tangeri: up to twice a week (travel time: around 50 hours with stop in Barcelona)