Trains

If you want an affordable yet efficient transportation to travel to Athens, you can consider taking trains in Athens which are cheap and convenient.

Athens, Greece has two train stations; one for those traveling from Northern Greece, the other for those coming in the city from Peloponessos which is located on the street of  Theodorou Diligiani. The latter may have been already closed permanently already, thus, if you need to get to the city from Peloponessos, you’d have to go the Larissia Station and take the Proastiakos metro.

trains in GreeceProastiakos is a new high-speed train system of the city which provides passengers with access to Neratziotissa and Irakleio. The metro also enables passengers to reach the business of northern Athens, Kifissia; the urban residential area of Doukissis Plakentias, and the city’s center of industrial development, Koropi. The metro is also a good option to reach Kantza and Pallini. This suburban rail offers its service from 6:00 am to 12 midnight every day.

The Electric Railway Company, which is also called the Metro Line 1, runs between Kifissia and Piraeus. It also connects to Metro Lines 2 and 3 whilst providing access to the tram and bus routes in the city. It only takes less than an hour to reach the last stop of Line 1 from its first stop. It runs daily starting at 5:00 am to 12:15 am.

Trains in Athens are very accessible and comfortable to get to the city. It thus offer a good travel option.