Obala M. Tita 16, 52440 POREČ, Croatia
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    • Passengers are required to hold a negative Covid-19 antigen or PCR test issued no more than 72 hours prior to arrival or antigenic test for Covid-19 taken within 48 hours prior to arrival or
    • Proof of vaccination with a second dose of vaccine (for Johnson & Johnson first, only dose) against COVID-19 more than 14 days ago
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    • you have completed the prescribed anti-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination cycle at least 14 days ago, or
    • you have recovered from COVID-19 (the certificate of recovery is valid for 180 days from the date of the first positive swab), or
    • you have taken a negative molecular or antigen swab test in the 48 hours prior to entering Italy.
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Ships

Prince of Venice

Prince of Venice catamaran was built in Australia with main purpose to withstand high seas at the specific way which makes it very stable and safe during the bad weather. It’s design is distinctive and attractive. Prince is one of those ships that you can not simply miss not even during the boarding. Quality maintance is held each year during winter times, however complete renovation was done in 2016 with new more powerfull engines, better air-condition, more comfortable seats and multimedia to help you relax and spend time on board like first class passanger.

 

Prince of Venice in Poreč

Prince of Venice catamaran

Prince of Venice

Ports

Port of San Basilio, Venice, Italy

All Adriatic Lines Ferries depart from San Basilio port in Venice.
San Basilio Terminal is at the end of Zattere area, approximately 500m from San Sebastiano Church.San Basilio is within approximately 10 minutes walking distance from bars and restaurants; there is also a supermarket and an Atm.

For any emergency in Venice or port of San Basilio contact our office in Venice
KOMPAS s.r.l.
Santa Croce 502
30135 VENEZIA
Tel. +39 0412405600

Port of San Basilio Venice

Port of san Basilio, Venice, Italy

To all passangers, please remember to re-check everything prior to your departure for every document and information.

Venice is linked to the mainland Italy through 3 distinct areas known as: PIAZZALE ROMA BUS STATION,TRONCHETTO, and the SANTA LUCIA RAILWAY STATION. These are the only areas in Venice which can be reached by car. You can also park your vehicle in Piazzale Roma or Tronchetto, but please remember that parking in Venice can be very expensive. For more information on parking please visit the following website www.asmvenezia.it
San Basilio can also be reached from MARCO POLO AIRPORT or from ANTONIO CANOVA AIRPORT (SANT’ANGELO, TREVISO).

Below please find the relevant directions from all the above mentioned locations:

Marco Polo Airport International
From Marco Polo Airport you can use the Public Bus of ACTV (Green Line). This is the cheapest alternative to get to Piazzale Roma Bus Station by using public bus Actv Line Number 5 . It takes about 30 minutes since there are several stops during the trip. Once you arrive in Piazzale Roma you should either walk or use another Vaporetto to get to San Basilio.

You can also use a Shuttle bus provided by ATVO. Atvo provides a direct connection between the Marco Polo Airport and Piazzale Roma which should take approximately 20 minutes. Trips depart every 30 minutes. For prices and schedule of the Shuttle Bus of ATVO, please vist ATVO or call +390421383672

ANTONIO CANOVA AIRPORT (SANT’ANGELO, TREVISO)
You can also use a Shuttle bus provided by ATVO. Atvo provides a direct connection between the Airport and Piazzale Roma.For prices and schedule of the Shuttle Bus of ATVO, please visit  ATVO or call +390421383672

PIAZZALE ROMA BUS STATION:
Piazzale Roma Bus Station is approximately 1km distance from San Basilio which can either be reached on foot or by using the ACTV “Vaporetto” public Water line (black route) Route 2. The duration of this trip should be approximately 20 mins. Once you get off the boat, you should take a left turn and cross a little wooden bridge, where you will find San Basilio terminal.

TRONCHETTO/SANTA LUCIA RAILWAY STATION:
Both Tronchetto and Santa Lucia Railway station are approximately 2km distance from San Basilio which can either be reached on foot or by using the ACTV “Vaporetto” public Water line (black route) Route 2. The duration of this trip should be approximately 10-20 mins. Once you get off the boat, you should take a left turn and cross a little wooden bridge, where you will find San Basilio terminal.

From all locations mentioned above except Antonio Canova Airport, you can also use the services of a Private Water Taxi. for more information on this service please visit www.veneziataxi.it or call  +39041723112 +39041723112

Ports of Istria, Croatia

Pula, Rovinj, Poreč and Umag

All Adriatic Lines Ferries depart from Pula, Rovinj, Poreč and Umag ports in Istria, Croatia.
Pula Port is located just below Roman Colloseum (Arena)
Poreč Port is located near hotel Palazzo at the end of Poreč Riviera, also just across our street office Kompas.
Rovinj Port is located in the core of the old Town where you can easly find our street office Kompas on main square.
Umag Port is located in the old part of Town

For any emergency in Istrian Ports contact our street office

Kompas d.o.o. – Turistička Agencija
Adress: Obala Maršala Tita 16, Poreč 52440, Croatia
Tel. + 385 52 451 200

Port of Poreč

Port of Poreč

Port of Pula

Port of Pula

Port of Rovinj

Port of Rovinj

Port of Umag

Port of Umag

Poreč as simple as it may be for all additional information you can reach out to the web site of official city tourist board of Poreč to get all the info on the following link; GETTING TO POREČ

Pula old as it is find additional information on the following link; GETTING TO PULA

Rovnj mentioned as pearl of Adriatic visit about more information on the following link; GETTING TO ROVINJ

Umag old fashioned city and very charming, about Umag find the info on following link: GETTING TO UMAG

 



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