Patra Port Transfers
The Patra harbor has always played an important role in the economical, social and political life of the Patra city and the whole region. Nevertheless, in recent years, both in Patra and its port significant changes happened, mainly in the character of the port. This was mostly due to the recent crisis in the Balkans and changes in the preferences of the tourists and trade flows. These changes, based on local conditions and general trends, made the harbor completely different. 1960 was the most important year for the port of Patras. That year the ferry named ‘Egnatia’ started to sail to and from Italy and Greece. The position of Patras as the nearest continental port to Western Europe and a transportation hub helped the tourists use it as a mean for their transit. The port occupies a a large area off the coast, and because of the industries on the southwest coast, Patra is known as a ‘seaside town without the sea’. Nowadays, the port is the largest terminal shipping area both in Greece and internationally, with ships sailing to Italy.
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