Port of Venice - Where the Earth revolves around the Sea
Venice is one of Europe's top ports for break bulk and project cargo traffic. It is a Motorways of the Seas terminal, and Mediterranean's leading home port for cruise ships. An important container port with liner services to the Far East, Venice is planning an offshore platform to extend its capacity and strengthen North Adriatic's role as European gateway.
Venice is one of the major ports in Europe for general cargo traffic, with regular lines dedicated to this sector. Import is mainly composed by iron, steel and marble, while exports are especially represented by project cargo, which is handled with consolidated know-how through state of the art infrastructures.
It is the only Italian port with an inland waterways connection, along the Po valley, to Mantua and Cremona. This modality can handle any kind of cargo during most part of the year, massively reducing road haulage. To further enhance multimodal transport, the Port of Venice is currently expanding its railway infrastructure.
With over 2 million passengers per year, the Port of Venice is the first home port for cruise ships in the Mediterranean Sea. Its offer caters not only for cruise ships, but also for ferries, fast ships and maxi yachts.