The Italian city and port of Livorno lies in the Ligurian Sea on the western coast of the beatiful area Tuscany. The city's port is the third largest on Italy's west coast and provides many services and facilities including cargo handling and passenger services.
How to get to Livorno ferry port (Leghorn)
If you are driving from Bologna, Milan or other major Italian cities, you will need to get on the A1 motorway. Follow the signs for Porto/Imbarchi and you will get to the port terminals.
The new access to the port is called Varco Donegani!
Livorno's main train station is about 3.0 km from the ferry port. The station is connected to both international and local train lines from Naples, Rome, Genoa and many other cities and towns.
Livorno (Leghorn) ferry port information
Address: Nuova Stazione Marittima, 57100 Livorno
Ferry port name: Leghorn / Varco Donegani
Phone: (+39) 0586 881830
GPS coordinates: 43.555434, 10.303051
Get directions on Google Maps here
2017 Livorno (Leghorn) to Palermo ferry Timetable & Ticket prices
Crossing time: 18 hours
Frequency: 3 crossings per week
Company: Grimaldi lines
Departure time in 2017:
Ticket prices in 2017: (the cost depends on the month)
Pullman seat: 55 € to 85 €
Internal cabin: 120 to 200 €
External cabin: 150 € to 225 €
Suite: 190 € to 300 €
Car: +30 € if you book pullman seats
* Please be aware that the ferry ticket prices might slightly vary.