Patras to Brindisi Ferry


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    17 hr
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Getting the best price for your Patras to Brindisi ferry

With AFerry we always give you our best prices for ferries from Patras to Brindisi. No matter which page you book from we always include all our special offers. And there is no need to look for a discount code. If we have an offer available, your ferry price will include the reduction or offer. There's no need to look at other websites.

If you're not sure if the Patras to Brindisi route is right for you or you can't decide between ferry companies, if there is more than one, you might also find it useful to read any reviews we have available. We ask all our customers to send us reviews for Patras to Brindisi ferries. Remember though, that the earlier you book, the cheaper prices normally are. So don't spend too long deciding! Patras to Brindisi is a popular route, so we advise you to book as soon as possible.

About Patras

A settlement can be dated back at least 4,000 years where the centre of modern day Patras now stands. However, despite this ancient heritage, Patras is very much a modern city: it was the first city in Greece to introduce electric trams and was named European Capital of Culture in 2006.

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 i'ts 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.


  • 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

  • 15 Nov 2014
    Bad over night trip would have been nice to sleep
    • Booked over night crossing only offered a Pullman seat curtains on windows but why leave the spot lights on all night. Not able to sleep at all to make crossing nicer for paying customers they would like to sleep, make that area darker or soft lighting in night crossings.

      Review by Stephen Wickenden

  • 28 Oct 2014
    It did the job.
    • Check-in was quick and problem-free. Boarding was no problem. The ship (Express Brindisi) is an old one, and public spaces are rather lack-lustre and utilitarian... the ship really has the feel of a cargo ferry... but most things worked. Also, watch out if walking on the upper deck! The non-slip paint isn't, and if there is dew or rain it is very slippery. We had animals, which were reasonably well accommodated. Our own cabin was comfortable and clean. Crew were helpful, except in the restaurant where they were disinterested. The food was not very interesting, but it was also inexpensive by ferry standards. The ferry was 3 hours late arriving, although the weather seemed OK... this caused us problems making our next day's itinerary. Not a memorable experience, but reasonably priced and it got us there. No real complaints.

      Review by Capnblatch

  • 28 Jul 2014
    Adriatic cruze
    • The overall organization of Grimaldi lines is ok. The food served is regular but in face of values could be better. The most concern was the bathroom of the cabin - was not clean - and constantly with very bad smell.

      Review by Antonio Lopez

  • 20 Jul 2014
    Ok journey nothing special
    • Quite relaxing journey, although nothing to do on board - just a boring dining space to relax or the cabin. Cabin nice but had noisy air con all night, couldn't turn it off. Kept us awake. Arrived late into Brindisi.

      Review by Alice

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Patras to Brindisi Popular Questions

Want to know more about your journey from Patras to Brindisi? We've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions by our customers to help you plan your journey.

How long does the ferry from Patras to Brindisi take?

The average journey time by ferry between Patras to Brindisi is 17 hrs. The journey time may vary, so use our booking engine on this page to search for a specific travel date.

How fast does the ferry from Patras to Brindisi travel?

The fastest journey time by ferry from Patras to Brindisi is 17 hrs, with Grimaldi Lines.

What time does the ferry from Patras to Brindisi leave?

The ferry from Patras to Brindisi leaves at 17:00 with Grimaldi Lines. Times may vary depending on the time of year.

Which ferry companies operate between Patras to Brindisi?

Ferries travelling from Patras to Brindisi are operated by Grimaldi Lines.

Looking for more information?

If you're looking for the return journey, check out Brindisi to Patras.