Athens City Pass

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Athens Transport Ticket

Free and unlimited journeys on public transport in Athens with the Classic and Complete Athens City Pass 

Get from A to B with ease and navigate the city for free when you choose a Classic or Complete Athens Pass which includes a free Athens Transport Ticket as part of the sightseeing package. It’s another great way to save time and money, as you won’t be waiting in line to buy daily travelcards to get around Athens. 

What is the Athens Transport Ticket and what does it include? 

• Valid to use on all public transport
• Includes free and unlimited journeys on: Metro (all 3 lines), Buses and trolleys, Trams (all 3 lines), Suburban ‘proastiakos’ trains
• Travel at any time of day
• Travel on any day of week
• Most flexible travel around the city
• Valid to use for 72 hours
Save time – no need to line up to buy daily tickets 

Athens Metro 
The Athens Metro is fast, safe and reliable, making it by far the best way to travel across the city – not to mention one of most visually appealing with station murals painted by famous Greek artists lining the walls. Another great thing about using the metro in Athens is the historic artefacts which are often on show underground having been rescued during the construction of the lines. One of the best examples is at Syntagma where you can see a permanent exhibition of archaeological objects found when the station was being excavated. Currently, Athens Metro has 3 lines and a total of 65 stations but more will be added. The Metro runs daily between 05:30 to 00:30 and every Friday and Saturday night, lines 2 & 3 run until 02:30.

The tram system in Athens is a modern network with 3 lines and a total of 48 tram stops. It starts at Syntagma and runs along the city’s Saronic Gulf coastline, connecting the city centre with the numerous beaches of Attica if you plan on going further out of Athens city centre in the summer months. Trams run daily 05:30 to 01:00 and on Fridays and Saturdays until 02:30. 

The Suburban Rail (proastiakos) consists of two routes in Athens and can also be used as an alternative (from the buses and the metro) to get to/from the airport. The suburban trains run 7 days a week from 05:26 to 21:44. 

The bus and electric trolley network in Athens is the most extensive, with 300 bus lines and 25 trolley lines connecting all parts of the Athens Metropolitan Area. If you prefer to travel over ground rather than underground, this network isa great way to get around the city and suburbs and take in the views along the way. Buses run daily between 05.00 and midnight but may vary by route and season. 

TIP:If you are traveling to Athens during a public holiday there might be some line closures on the public transport networks, so it is always best to plan your route in advance to avoid disappointment or delays:

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