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If you are on the lookout for an unforgettable vacation, Greece is the ultimate place to go!  It is a marvellous travel destination to spend your holidays whether you would like to explore the Greek islands or its historical sites where you’ll venture on a time travel back to ancient periods. Greece is a haven for history, art and food lovers! The local cuisine is marked by savory Mediterranean flavors that are worth booking a trip to Greece.

Most importantly, it is now better connected than ever thanks to availability of cheap flight tickets.

Transportation in Greece is relatively easy thanks to the advanced public transport in Athens as well as other cities. After taking a flight between Athens Eleftherios Venizelos Airport and İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport, the travelers can easily choose either bus, metro, or ferry to explore Athens and other cities in Greece.

Transportation To/From Athens Eleftherios Venizelos Airport

Athens Eleftherios Venizelos Airport, also known as the Athens International Airport, is the main airport visitors can use to fly to Greece. There are many different transportation options to travel from the Athens International Airport to Athens city centre. Bus, metro, and train are the public transport options in Athens for travelers who want to reach the city centre. Blue Line (Nikaia – Airport) is a convenient option for those who wish to use the metro. A suburban train can also be taken from Piraeus via Larissis Station, Ano Liosia, Kiato, and Aigio (via Kiato) to reach the Athens airport. Travelers who want to go to the airport can take one of the four bus routes and one of the five regional buses.

Public Transport

Athens has an advanced public transport system consisting of metro lines, buses, and suburban trains, thanks to recent events in the urban infrastructure. For more information about the public transport in Athens, you can check the official website.

Metro Lines in Athens

Three metro lines operate in Athens between 5 a.m. and 12 midnight. Two of these lines can also be used until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. The suburban train directly connects Piraeus Port, Athens International Airport, and Athens-Chalkida in Evia and Kiato-Corinth in the Peloponnese, which operates between 04:30 a.m. and 11 p.m.

Bus Lines in Athens

The local bus and trolleybus network covers the entire Athens city, which often operates between 5 a.m. to 12 midnight. Faliro, Voula, and Piraes coastal suburbs are linked with a tram, making it easy to travel between getaway destinations.

Is there a transportation card for tourists in Athens?

There are one-day and 5-day passes that tourists can use on all public transport across Athens except the airport line. Also, there is a 3-day Tourist Ticket that includes all public transport and one round trip to/from Athens International Airport.

Transportation Between Greek Cities

Transportation between Greek cities will depend on the city you want to travel to. If you want to visit one of the Greek islands, the transportation options are a ferry or a small plane. Ferries leave Piraeus central port in Athens, and travel to different islands across Greece. Trains are also highly popular if you want to travel on the mainland. The Athens to Thessaloniki train line visits most of the major Greek cities and gives you an incredible view during your journey. KTEL buses are also an option that connects Athens to smaller towns and cities nearby and other major Greek cities.

Where to Stay in Greece?

A variety of accommodation selections for any budget and need are available in Athens. Since the city attracts many visitors throughout the year, there are always many opportunities to find different kinds of lodgings whether you are looking for a five-star hotel or a rental apartment. Makrianni, Plaka (the oldest neighbourhood of Athens), Thission, Koukaki, Syntagma and Monastiraki are among the commonly preferred areas within easy reach from the major attraction points.

If you want some help while organizing your trip, you can request our help and book your hotel through Pegasus Airlines.


Top things to do in Greece

Greece makes sure that its visitors have an amazing time. There are many important historical sites, monuments and cultural centers waiting to be discovered. Also famous for its turquoise waters and islands, Greece is among the most preferred holiday destinations.  

  • Climb up the Acropolis: One of the most significant ancient sites in Europe, the Acropolis of Athens resides on a hill overlooking the city. Its history dates back to Neolithic times. Listed among the UNESCO World Heritages the monumental buildings of the Acropolis including Parthenon were constructed by Pericles. Today it continues to be an important cultural site that you must add on top of your itinerary when visiting Athens. Acropolis Museum is situated only within walking distance from Parthenon and displays the archeological findings in the area. Keep in mind that entrance is free of charge on the first Sunday of each month beginning from November until March.
  • Visit the Temple of Olympian Zeus: One of the most important ancient monuments in the city, Temple of Olympian Zeus is located close to the Acropolis as well as the center of Athens. Its origins derive from the 6th century BC, in an attempt to honor Zeus. Today the temple is halfly ruined.

If you would like to have more recommendations on places to discover in Athens, check out the Athens Travel Guide.  

  • Shop at the Central Market/ Varvakios Agora: Located between Athinas and Eolou Streets, the Central Market is worth paying a visit in order to explore the local bazaars in town. You can find freshly produced vegetables, fruits and fish while trying some of the most delicious local flavors. Do not forget to buy souvenirs! 
  • Panathenaic Stadium: Also known as Kallimarmaro, Panathenaic Stadium holds the reputation of being the only stadium made completely out of marble in the world. It was originally built in 329 to celebrate the Panathenaic Games. The Stadium can host up to 50.000 people and it’s still used for big events held in Athens. 
  • Enjoy the city view from Chapel of St. George: Situated on top of the Mount Lycabettus, Chapel of St. George is easily accessible with the funicular. The white coloured Chapel of St. George or as referred by the locals Agios Georgios dates back to the 18th century. You can enjoy the amazing panorama from the highest point of Athens and watch the sunset here. A restaurant is also in service, where you can fine dine at night accompanied by the city lights of Athens.
  • Katakouzenos House Museum: The former residence of famous Greek intellectuals Angelos and Leto Katakouzenos, Katakouzenos House Museum provides a unique experience to its visitors. The Katakouzenos House displays an exquisite collection to keep the legacy of the couple alive while providing a glimpse into the cultural atmosphere of the era.  It also organizes many remarkable cultural events.

  If you would like to have more information about all the things to do in Greece, do not forget to have a look at our “Greece Travel Guide”.

Airports in Greece

We are providing direct flights to Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos:  

Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos:

Athens Airport is the major transport point of the country as the biggest international airport in Greece.  The airport serves the wider region connecting the Greek islands with the capital city. Its total passenger capacity has reached to 20 million per annum in the last years. Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos is located about 30 km from Athens city center. It is easily reached by metro, suburban rail and bus services. Metro line 3 runs directly to the airport from Marina, Athens suburban railway Piraeus via Larissis Station and Ano Liosia. You can reach the timetables and designated routes online. There are also a number of local and regional buses that depart at the arrival’s hall. The airport provides a range of services for its visitors including the city information point for newcomers.

Below you can find some key information about Greece that we compiled for you to make your trip more at ease.

Things to Know Before Visiting Greece

Do not forget to carry cash with you, since it is still the most commonly used method of payment in Greece. Also, make sure to book your accommodation and transport tickets in advance in order to avoid prices that peak in summertime. If you would like to visit some islands, it’s definitely better to do your research online and buy your ferry tickets beforehand.

Essential Numbers

Here is a list of some important contact numbers in Greece:

Country code: +30

Athens area code: 21

Athens International Airport: (+30) 210 35 30 000

Police, Ambulance, Fire Service: 112


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