Ferries to Italy

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A ferry trip to Italy is a great way to explore this magical country that has everything a tourist could wish for from culture to a sunny climate, beautiful beaches, interesting cuisine and historical buildings and museums. Italy is the world's fifth most popular country for tourists and has almost 44 million visitors every year.

Italy has boasts the most UNESCO World Heritage sites including Venice, The Amalfi Coast, the centre of Florence, the Dolomites and the city of Verona. Some of Italy's most popular tourist attractions include the Colosseum, the ruins at Pompeii and the cities of Milan, Rome and Venice.

Italy has, for the most part, a typical Mediterranean climate with long stretches of beautiful coastline. Italy also has 12 ski resorts and the SuperDolomiti region is one of the most popular. Tuscany has become very popular and has a lovely coastline, a great climate, beautiful scenery and its own National Park. One of the most traditional areas for summer tourism is in Puglia. The southern part of Italy includes six provinces one of which is Bari, the big port city from where ferries depart.

Milan is the fashion centre of Italy and attracts visitors who enjoy a faster pace of life and inner city chic but it also has beautiful open spaces, parks and botanical gardens. The Amalfi Coast is a mountainous coastline dotted with lovely villages amongst the cliffs; it is famous for its hairpin bends, gorgeous hotels and stunning scenery.