Our taxi company organizes transfers not only to other cities and airports, but also to cruise ports. If you need to get from Turin to the port of Savona, then we will be happy to help you solve this problem.
Savona Harbor is considered the second most important in the region. It is the “home” port of the giant Costa Crociere carrier, which offers budget Mediterranean cruises. The port of Savona is the fourth national cruise port in terms of passenger numbers, as well as one of the 15 largest commercial ports in Italy, the third in Liguria. It is located next to the historic center of Savona and in the Vado Ligure basin. The port of Savona began its work in the Middle Ages and since then has occupied a very important place for the economy of Rome and its interior regions.
The cruise sector of the port of Savona has a naval station, opened in 2003. It serves all ships of the Costa Cruises group. The terminal located in Vado Ligure is responsible for the transportation and service of passengers. Around 100,000 passengers per year use the services of Corsica Ferries, which helps people bridge the distance between Northern Italy, Corsica and Sardinia.
The town of Savona itself is very small and there are not so many attractions in it. But if you have about two hours left and you want to spend your time very pleasantly and with benefit for yourself, then take a leisurely stroll around Savona and enjoy the cozy atmosphere of an Italian town.
Getting from Turin to Savona Harbor is very easy. This can be done by train, bus or taxi. We strongly recommend that you choose a taxi and order this service in our company, since this is the most convenient and safe option of all. Between Turin and the cruise port of Savona is 141 km, which means that you will spend about two hours on the way. This time can be spent with comfort, relaxing on cozy and soft seats in the interiors of our cars. In addition, there are always clean drinking water, high-speed Wi-Fi and air conditioning in vehicle interiors of our cars — everything so that you get the most out of your trip.