Brindisi Ferries

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Brindisi Ferries - Prices from £282

Book a ferry to Brindisi with AFerry. Ferries to Brindisi, in Italy, are available from Albania, Greece and the Ionian Islands. You can take a ferry to Brindisi from Corfu, Igoumenitsa, Patras, Sami, Saranda and Vlore.

Brindisi Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Brindisi are operated by European Seaways, Grimaldi Lines and Red Star Ferries. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Brindisi, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Brindisi, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Ancona, Bari and Trieste to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

Brindisi ferries with European Seaways, Grimaldi Lines and Red Star Ferries are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Brindisi will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Brindisi Routes

About Brindisi

Brindisi in Italy's Apulia region in Italy's heel is easy to reach by car and one of the most popular ports for ferries for Greece and its Ionian islands including Corfu. Due to it's natural harbour, Brindisi has long been one of Italy's most important ports, however, Brindisi is also well worth a visit.

Brindisi has a long history and actually belonged to Greece until the middle of the third century. Today, the centre is home to the impressive fortress built by Emperor Frederick II as well as wide, palm-tree lined boulevards, a redeveloped seafront promenade with restaurants and bars, stunning Baroque churches and a cathedral. So if you were thinking of spending a few days here before or after you ferry journey, don't hesitate.

Ferries to and from Brindisi

Brindisi Ferry Port is situated on the "heel" of the Italian boot-shaped peninsula and is located in a strategic position in the Mediterranean Sea, near the Balcanic countries of Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia and Turkey.

2 out of 5 stars based on 74 reviews

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Reviews

  • 18 Sep 2016
    It is not marvelous but it is fine.
    • Passengers are not clean and ferry boats have been carrying loads of immigrants so, in these conditions the staff does what they can do. I prefer the staff to the passengers and boats are in good condition, the rest is lack of tolerance and education from people in general.

      Review by Leonora Hermes Luz

  • 28 Jul 2016
    Grim
    • Grim is the best description. Filthy,no restaurant, pullman seat area freezing, Breakfast area not clean. Never go with them again.

      Review by Anon

  • 22 Sep 2015
    Grim Grimaldi Lines
    • Told you needed a cabin or pullman seat, WRONG.As cabins were full, we booked pullman seats.Seat numbers allocated bore no resemblance to seat numbers. Found out after climbing over blow up beds, Lillos which people set up in Corridors,stair wells, Restaurant,Aisles Toilets-dirty+no lights.No staff about,food, drink non existent. Health and Safety NONE

      Review by Pamela

  • 12 Jan 2015
    Ferry crossing
    • The ferry was nearly 4 hours late. Cars were forced to park only inches apart. Food was poor and expensive. Not a lot of accommodation space. Only one toilet open for men. It did get to the destination which was good.

      Review by Paul Chapman

  • 20 Nov 2014
    Foot passenger
    • Brindisi is an interesting town to spend a few hours in before or after a sailing, but prospective foot passengers should note that there is no transport between the ferry port and the town - at least in the off season. On arrival, unless you're lucky and can find an expensive unofficial taxi, it's a fifty minute walk to the railway station, most of it through a sub-industrial wasteland.

      Review by Richard Carroll