Travel to Italy by Sea
What better way to arrive in Italy than by sea? Sure, an airline flight gets you there quickly — so quickly, in fact, that you only get a fleeting sight of the green sea, magnificent cliffs, and breathtaking snow-capped Alps. And before you know it, the jet has landed, and you’re on your way to the ultimate Italian holiday.
Sea travel to Italy provides more than just a bird’s eye view of everything the country has to offer.
Whether you take a large luxury cruise ship or a smaller vessel, sea travel to Italy will be more than just an overnight affair. What’s the deal with cruise ships’ various amenities, such as swimming pools and onboard activities?
These, along with a view of the unending splendour of the sea, will substantially increase one’s enjoyment of a holiday. The enormous cruise ships visit major Italian seaports in Rome, Genoa, Naples, and Venice.
Smaller vessels are welcome in smaller ports, such as those on the islands of Capri and Sardinia. Italy has mostly extensive maritime connections. It includes around 650 kilometres of navigable canals that are linked by a specific network. Its islands are connected by ferries and hydroplanes. While regular boat service is provided all year, it is more frequent during the summer.
Travelling by sea to and within Italy will take you to locations you had no idea existed. While on a trip, you can see Mount Vesuvius and the ancient city of Pompeii, which was covered in volcanic ash in 79 A.D. Finally, Venice, the city of waterways, is home to more than 120 islands, all connected by an extraordinary network of canals. And, while we’re at it, who could ever pass up a romantic gondola ride? Whether you’re a sentimental schmuck or not, sea travel to Italy is unquestionably superior to any other mode of transportation.