Porec to Venice Ferry
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With AFerry we always give you our best prices for ferries from Porec to Venice. 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 Porec to Venice 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 Porec to Venice ferries. Remember though, that the earlier you book, the cheaper prices normally are. So don't spend too long deciding! Porec to Venice is a popular route, so we advise you to book as soon as possible.
Porec is home to a 6th Century basilica. The city itself is almost 2,000 years old and has been important for many successive empires from the Romans on.
Book your ferry to Venice from one of the gems of Croatia's beautiful northern coast simply and securely with AFerry
Venice, in Northern Italy, is home to approximately 272,000 inhabitants, and is one of the most famous, and popular, tourist destinations in the world. Venice is made up of 118 small islands in the marshy Venetian Lagoon, which stretches between the Po and Piave rivers.
Venice is best known for its canals and waterways; which interlink the many small islands of Venice. However, there is more to Venice than water - Venice is home to some of the world's most beautiful and most-recognised buildings and architecture, such as St. Marks Basilica and the Torre dell'Orologio clock tower, which overlook St. Mark's Square.
Venice has also produced, and houses, some important art such as the Venetian paintings and sculptures that crowd the churches of Venice. Much of Venice's artwork can be seen in the many galleries in Venice, such as the enormous Palazzo Grassi and the Museo Correr, and is showcased each year in the Biennale di Venezia international festival.
Venice itself is one large tourist sight, one of the most breathtaking in the world. Visitors will enjoy simply admiring the views, and cruising along the Grand Canal discovering the beauty of this city.
05 Jun 2019Valerie Horrell
Very good trip and great support and information from staff
Review by VALERIE HORRELL
10 May 2018Too expensive
Expensive for what you get
Review by Anon
09 Jul 2014Lack of communication
When we (luckily) went to local agent to confirm sailing time found this vessel was not operating - we had not been notified of this. Thanks to local assistance we managed to organise re-booking for Venezialines 24 hours prior to dept.
Review by Chritopher Kowalski
30 Jun 2014Commodore didn't operate the journey!
It's not clear what was happening with Commodore Cruises, but on arrival at the dock, the only boat there was a Kompas boat. We went to a nearby travel agent to enquire about the Commodore boat to find out that we would be on the Kompas boat instead, but that we should have come to the travel agent the previous day to check-in (how we were supposed to know that we should have checked-in the previous day is unclear!!). We were not the only passengers in this situation - fortunately we arrived early, but there was a long line of grumbling passengers forming behind us outside the travel agents. Chaos ensued. The Kompas boat (high-speed cat) was fine, though it was apparent that a lot of the passengers were on a day-trip to Venice, and "we" (the ex-Commodore passengers) were gate-crashing a little. However, as the primary purpose of the Kompas boat was for day-trippers, there was quite a long and useful intro to Venice talk. Besides the check-in disaster, the trip was fine, and it's a way to get from Point A to Point B, but the Kompas boat was pretty no-frills. Obviously, I can't speak for the Commodore boat.
Review by Stephen Sullivan
25 Jun 2014Disappointed
The ferry was cancelled due to a harbor strike in Venice. We were stranded in Portec and left to find our own way back to Venice and had to pay out of pocket to get there.
Review by Ken Laforce