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La Spezia Livorno Bastia


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Oristano Portoferraio Italy Civitavecchia Ortona Naples Castellammare di Stabia Salerno Cagliari Palermo Milazzo Bizerte La Goulette Tunis Trapani Porto Empedocle LA SPEZIA, ITALY


Termini Imerese


Sicily Must see tourist attractions


• Porto Venere (30min by bus) • Lerici (20min by bus) • Cinque Terre (10min by train/30min by bus)


• Pisa (50min by bus) • Florence (90min by bus)


Whether seeking natural scenery or cultural pursuits, visitors who choose to land on La Spezia’s coast have both to enjoy. They will find scenery galore in the Cinque Terre national and Montemarcello-Magra regional parks, in the two green lungs surrounding the Vara and Magra rivers, in the amazing marble quarries of Carrara and in the spellbinding Ligurian archipelago. And they will have culture to pursue as well in La Spezia’s rich artistic heritage and museum network: the Amedeo Lia Museum, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Naval Museum and the Museum of the Lunigiana Stele Statues. They will also find a captivating blend of the two in towns of renown like


Sarzana, Lerici, Porto Venere and Carrara.


Visitors coming ashore at La Spezia can choose to linger there and admire the city, with its many shops and the inviting gourmet trails in which the large pedestrian precinct abounds, and its deservedly famous surroundings, or opt to spend some time visiting major heritage cities, such as Pisa, Florence, Lucca and Parma, all of which are within an hour’s journey of La Spezia. Whatever the choice, on landing in La Spezia they will find themselves in the midst of a land of age-old traditions and a thousand different facets, with the power to enchant and come up to the highest expectations.


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Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: up to 400mtr Width: 56mtr Draught: 10.5mtr


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr Anchorage Anchorage floating pier


Available: yes, four in total - 5 minutes from Available: yes


Ship Tenders allowed: ye


Ship tenders allowed: yess yes


Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


‑/+ 0.3mtr


Mailing Address Port Authority of the Eastern Ligurian Sea Via del Molo, 1 19126 La Spezia Italy


E presidenza@porto.laspezia.it Wwww.porto.laspezia.it


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Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr


Quays New Garibaldi Pier: 600mtr length (April 2013) Depth: up to 10.5mtr Available: 1 floating pier for ship tenders New passenger terminal: Golfo dei Poeti - Cinque Terre Cruise Terminal for passengers in transit and for boarding


Anchorage Available: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Distances/Transportation City centre: 200mtr


Main Contacts Monica Fiorini E monica.fiorini@porto.laspezia.it P +39 0187 546 341 F +39 0187 599 664


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


Airport: 90km in Pisa, 115km in Genoa Shuttle buses and taxi service available


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 455,000 Total cruise calls 2017: 213 Total cruise lines 2017: 25 Turnaround port? mainly transit port


Anchorage Available: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Fabrizio Bugliani E fabrizio.bugliani@porto.laspezia.it P +39 0187 546 336 F +39 0187 599 664


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