Trieste Ferry

Trieste ferry port in Italy is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Durres, Rovinj, Piran, Pula & Mali Losinj available. With a selection of up to 15 Sailings Weekly, the port of Trieste connects Italy with Albania, Croatia & Slovenia.

Sailing durations range from 30 minutes on the Piran service to 27 hours on the Durres service.

Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Trieste fare search.

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Trieste Ferry Services

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    • 1 Sailing Weekly 27 hr
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Trieste Guide

How do you get around Trieste?

Many coach tour companies offer a thorough insight into the city, and for independent travel, bus companies cover the entirety of the city.

What is there to do in Trieste?

Often disregarded in the search for a weekend break, Trieste holds everything you’d need for a relaxing holiday around the coast of Central Europe. Boasting beautiful buildings, a host of nomadic writers and artists amid confident claims to lay home to Italy’s finest coffee, the quintessential Italian experience is engulfed within the confines of this gorgeous city. A whole afternoon could be spent perusing the sights, soaking in the remarkable structures adorned on the Piazza Unita d’Italia and the Grande Canal in between stopping for a coffee at one of the charming cafes. Trieste in the summer and spring is as idyllic as you could imagine.

The wealth of landmarks that are dotted around the Old Town are the perfect antidote for anyone with a penchant for historical architecture. San Giusto Cathedral is the standout attraction; the incredible structures and intricate design cause many to marvel at the edifice. The myriad of impressive buildings can lead to a lengthy itinerary, so treat yourself to some traditional Italian cuisine at one of the fine restaurants at the end of a tiresome day.

Trieste is a city in north-eastern Italy, resting in the narrow strip of land between the Adriatic Sea and Slovenia. Many ferry routes depart the port, heading to neighbouring countries, providing the gateway to coastal resorts across the Adriatic Sea.

How To Get To Trieste Ferry Port

  • Trieste Ferry Port by Car

    Trieste is located in the far north-east of Italy, near the Slovenian border. Take the A4 motorway from Venice-Mestre, or the A23 motorway from Tarvisio-Austria using the Lisert exit. Follow signs for Sistiana-Strada Costiera, then take route SS 14, a panoramic road leading directly to the city centre (18km). Alternatively, take the Prosecco exit (immediately after the tunnel) and continue towards Villa Opicina. From the crossroads turn right and continue down towards Trieste Ferry Port.

  • Trieste Ferry Port by Train

    Trieste train station is situated in the city centre with connections to the rest of the country.

  • Trieste Ferry Port by Bus

    There is a bus station next to the railway station (tel. 040/425020). From the train station take bus line 8. It takes about 20 minutes from the train station to the ferry port by bus.

  • Trieste Ferry Port Address

    3 Via Von Bruck, 34143, Trieste, Italy

  • Trieste Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Trieste Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Trieste Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!