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Athens Buses, Trolleybuses and Tram

athenian bus in front of the Greek Parliament

an athenian bus in front of the Greek Parliament

Buses & trolleybuses

athens bus

The Athens bus and trolleybus network is very extensive. Most buses and trolleybuses run daily from 5 am to midnight, but do check the timetable of your route.

OASA: Website / Tel. 11185


tram in Athens

Athens tramway

The tram network connects central Athens with the coastal suburbs of Faliro and Voula. It takes approximately one hour to get from Syntagma to the final seaside stop at Voula. The tram connects to the Metro and overground train at four stops: Syntagma, Syngrou/Fix, Neos Kosmos and SEF (Peace and Friendship Stadium in Faliro). See the timetable here.

The route between Syntagma and Neos Kosmos is currently unavailable so the nearest tram stop to and from Voula is Neos Kosmos.

The tram operates from 5:30 am to 1 am daily and until 2:30 am on Fridays and Saturdays.

Tram S.A.: Website / Tel. +30 210 997 8000

Download a printable version of all Athens public transport map

Tickets for Public Transport

Tickets and passes (Ath.ena tickets) for public transport are sold at ticket booths and machines in all Athens Metro and tram stations. There are three types of Ath.ena tickets: a paper ticket, an anonymous card that you can top up, and a personalised card. These tickets can be used on all forms of public transport.

Ticket Prices

A standard ticket on Athens public transport costs €1.40. Students and senior citizens over 65 pay €0.60 (student ID and proof of age required). Children up to the age of 6 travel free of charge; ages 7-18 pay €0.60 (proof of age required).

Each ticket can be used for 90 minutes on any form of public transport (except services to/from the airport).

A Day Pass (€4.50) is valid for unlimited travel (except airport services) for 24 hours.

A 5-Day Ticket (€9) is valid for unlimited travel on all modes of transport (except airport services and bus line Χ80) for 5 days.

A 3-Day Tourist Ticket (€22) is valid for unlimited travel (including 1 round trip to/from Athens International Airport). 3-day passes are available at the bus and metro ticket kiosks at Athens International Airport, Omonia, Syntagma, Thissio, Monastiraki, Acropolis and Piraeus stations.

For more information on prices, visit the Athens Transport website.

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