BUSESTRANSPORT FOR ATHENS 24-HOUR BUS LINES: From / to the Airport Express Buses connect Athens (city centre & greater area) and Piraeus (port) with Athens International Airport. Service is provided on a non-stop basis, seven days a week including...http://www.thisisathens.org/themes/1/default/media/fb_share.jpg

BUSES

24-HOUR BUS LINES:

From / to the Airport
Express Buses connect Athens (city centre & greater area) and Piraeus (port) with Athens International Airport. Service is provided on a non-stop basis, seven days a week including holidays (24/7). All buses disembark at the Departures Level (inbound trips to airport) and depart from the Arrivals Level (outbound trips from airport).

There are four routes:
  • Χ93 : Kifissos KTEL (long-distance buses) Station – Airport Direct Connection to the intercity bus (KTEL) terminals KIFISOS and LIOSION. Link to suburban rail station at: KIFISIAS 
  • X95 : Syntagma – Airport Direct Connection to Syntagma Square. Link to Metro line 2 station at: SYNTAGMA Link to Metro line 3 at: NOMISMATOKOPEIO, ETHNIKI AMYNA, SYNTAGMA Link to tramway routes at: SYNTAGMA 
  • Χ96 : Piraeus – Airport Direct Connection to Piraeus central passenger port terminals. Link to metro line 1 stations at: N.FALIRO (ISAP N.FALIRO), PEIRAIAS. Link to suburban rail station at: PEIRAIAS Link to tramway routes at: PLATEIA GLYFADAS, EDEM, FLISVOS 
  • Χ97 : Eliniko Metro Station – Airport Direct Connection to ELLINIKO metro station. Link to Metro line 2 stations at: AG. DIMITRIOS, DAFNI 
Check here for ticket info and cards.

Below you can find some 24-Hour bus lines
  1. 500: Piraeus – Kifissia
  2. Χ14: Syntagma – Kifissia
  3. 040: Piraeus – Syntagma
  4. Trolley 11: Ano Patissia-Pagrati-Nea Elvetia
  5. 790: Glyfada-Peristeri (Agios Antonios)

THERMAL BUSES S.A (ETHEL)

The Ethel buses are the core lines that connect the Athens and Piraeus city center with the centers of surrounding municipalities. The renovation of the core Athens bus system resulted in hundreds of new buses, many of them powered by natural gas. There are several express bus routes to and from Athens International Airport. Thermal Buses run daily from 5:00am to 23:00pm.

For more information: call 11185 or +302108200999

The Athens blue bus network consists of more than 320 lines connecting the city center with all the Athens suburbs and with Piraeus. OASA provides information on the best way to reach a destination by dialing 11185 or www.oasa.gr. Blue buses run daily from 5:00am to 00:15am.

For more information: www.oasa.gr

TROLLEY OR ELECTRIC BUSES (ILPAP)

The old yellow trolleys of Athens' past have been replaced by cutting-edge purple and yellow trolley buses with digital displays. The trolleybus is just one more means of transport to take you where you want to go in Athens. Trolleybuses run daily from 5:00am to 00:30am.

For more information: call 11185 www.osy.gr

INTERCITY BUS COMPANY OR ASSOCIATION OF BUS OPERATORS (KTEL)

The Greek bus companies, or KTEL, serve destinations outside of Athens and have a dense network throughout Greece. Almost every city and village has a local KTEL with routes to main centers and to Athens. There are two bus terminals: Kifissou 100 serves the Peloponnese +302105124910 and western Greece; The Liossion 260 terminal serves central and northern Greece +302108317186

For more information: call 14505 www.ktel.org

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