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"Greece to Italy"
A nice shortcut from Greece back to Western Europe; take the ferry from northwest Greece back to Italy. Plenty of space, nice cabin, easy crossings. Pity that alll ferries including competition are sailing overnight; a daytime crossing might be fun for the tourists
'Hc' travelled by Ferry to Brindisi with Grimaldi LinesRead More Read Less
If you want to travel by ferry from the Greek island of Kefalonia to Italy without an additional trip to the mainland, your choices are limited, only 2 or 3 boats a week to Brindisi or Bari. Our boat, Red Star 1, is old and slow but did the job at a reasonable price. Our cabin was better than expected, clean and spacious enough. We arrived at our destination w/ only one hour delay after the 15 hours trip, not bad for high season. We didn't use the restaurant because we had dinner before boarding. The weather was good and the sea was calm. Not a bad trip, we probably use Red Star Ferries again next year.
'Anonymous' travelled by Ferry to Brindisi with Red Star FerriesRead More Read Less
The ship was a litle bit late, but it was a nice trip.
'Maialen' travelled by Ferry to Brindisi with Grimaldi LinesRead More Read Less
Vlore-Brindisi is a quiet route. The ship was half-empty - which was a very enjoyable. Most of the facilities were closed - except for a small bar/coffee shop and the toilets. A very relaxing trip.
'E22' travelled by Ferry to Brindisi with European FerriesRead More Read Less