Port of Piraeus

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Piraeus
(Piraeus, Attica, Greece)

Piraeus is well-connected to nearby Athens by road, metro and bus. From Athens, connections to numerous Greece mainland destinations are available.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

The national public buses in Greece are operated by KTEL. All principal Greek cities are connected as well as numerous smaller localities.

Additionally, there is an express bus. Line E96 departs every half hour from Piraeus airport to the centre of Piraeus.

Car Hire and Road Travel

Coming from the north, follow the E75 to Athens and from the west, follow the E65. Piraeus is just 11 km / 7 miles southwest of the centre of Athens. From Athens you can follow the signs to Piraeus. Please bear in mind that driving in Greece can be dangerous as the country has the highest number of car accidents in Europe.

It is possible to hire a car n Piraeus as there are many hire car companies located here. It is, however, recommended that you book online in advance as you will able to secure the best deal and ensure that you get the car of your choice.

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Trains and Rail Travel

From the Port of Piraeus it is a 20-minutes walk to the railway station. From here, direct trains run to the foot of the Acropolis in the heart of the Plaka district. Frequent trains depart to many other major destinations across Greece.

Car Parking

The Port of Piraeus has both short-term and long-term available. Passengers with disabilities will also find specially designated car parking areas.

Travel by Taxis

Taxis are available at the port. It is recommended to agree a fare before the departing as Athens' taxi drivers have the reputation of ripping people off.

Piraeus Port

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