Organize your journey by ferry from Barcelona to Livorno and enjoy a wonderful experience on board until your arrival at an important port in the Ligurian Sea!
Livorno is the capital of the homonymous province in Italy and the 3rd largest port in the country with several connections to France, Corsica, Sardinia, Spain and more. The journey from the port Vell of Barcelona, where the passenger ferry terminals are located, with destination Livorno, is considered one of the favourite itineraries during the summer period. As a gateway to the Tuscany region thousands of passengers use this port for their sailings but also numerous tons of goods are transported daily. Livorno as a town with historical and archaeological interest has a great number of monuments that testify the origins, the culture, the civil architecture, the religion and the changes that occurred from the Medieval period until the recent years.
Plan your trip, check the schedules and prices through our booking engine and book your tickets in advance in order to find available your ideal type of accommodation.
Barcelona to Livorno trip duration and schedules
The Barcelona to Livorno trip duration is around 20 hours, so it is recommended to book a cabin for your journey to be more comfortable. The schedules, usually 1 crossing per week, can be changed according to seasonality. Our real time booking engine can keep you informed about all the available options, discounts and offers.
Barcelona to Livorno ferry distance
The Barcelona to Livorno ferry distance is 419 nautical miles (710km)
Conventional ferry to Livorno from Barcelona
The journey to Livorno from Barcelona is operated by regular ferries which are equipped with all the types of accommodation such as cabins, lounge seats, business numbered seats and deck spaces. Bars and restaurants are also available. Booking in advance is recommended, especially during July and August as this itinerary is very popular and tickets tend to sell out quickly.
Useful information for your trip from Barcelona to Livorno
- The port of Barcelona is really crowded during high season, so have in mind to be early enough for check-in and embarkation
- Our Barcelona and Livorno pages include all the information regarding the means of transport and the main sites
- Livorno main harbour is divided into two ferry ports, the Old Port (Porto Vecchio) and the New Port (Porto Nuovo)