Ferry Port Piraeus

Piraeus is the third largest city in Greece. The commercial port of Piraeus is one of the most important in the Mediterranean. The city of Piraeus with the suburbs is an industrial zone of particular importance for the Greek economy. However the center has wide streets, spacious squares, tree-lined avenues and parks. The ferry port Piraeus connects the mainland with the islands in the Saronic Gulf, the Cyclades and the Dodecanese.

Forthcoming information advice on how to get to the ferry port Piraeus from the Athens International Airport (Eleftherios Venizelos) and the Athens City Center by metro, bus and taxi. A map with useful port facilities and the embarkation gates of the Piraeus ferry port for all relevant destinations as well as its geographical location are also available.

On our web page Ferry to Piraeus you will get additional information on routes that connect to the ferry destination Piraeus.

How to get to Piraeus Port

How to get to Piraeus port from the Athens International Airport (Eleftherios Venizelos) and the Athens City Center?

Athens International Airport to Piraeus Port

Upon arrival at the Athens International Airport you can get to Piraeus Port easily by Metro, Bus and Taxi. See below your alternatives in further detail.

Metro

Use line 3 to Monastiraki and then board on line 1 to Piraeus. The total journey to Piraeus port takes about 60 minutes and connections occur very frequently. Please check the Official Metro Website for more specific information.

Bus

Use line X96 Athens International Airport - Piraeus. The journey time to Piraeus port is approx. 70 minutes and connections take place very frequently. Please check the Official Airport Bus Website for more specific information.

Taxi

In front of the Terminal is the taxi stand. Taxis are available on a 24/7 basis. The journey time to Piraeus port takes approx. 45 minutes and costs ca. 45,00 Euro. Please check the (unofficial) Athens Airport Taxi Website for more specific information or search the web for available taxi services.

Athens City Center to Piraeus Port

From the City Center of Athens you can get to Piraeus port by taking advantage of the following public transportation means.

Metro

Board on line 3 from Syntagma Square to Piraeus or line 1 from Monastiraki. The journey to Piraeus port takes about 30 minutes and connections occur very frequently. Please check the Official Metro Website for more specific information.

Bus

Use line 040 Syntagma to Piraeus. The journey time to Piraeus port is approx. 60 minutes and connections occur very frequently. Please check the Official Bus Website for more specific information.

Taxi

Taxis are omnipresent in and around the city center on a 24/7 basis. Catch a taxi on the go or call them anytime to schedule a transportation. You can use the tel. numbers 18300, 18180 or search the web for other available taxi services.

You can also schedule a Piraeus ride with a Luxury Taxi Service for sightseeing and long or short distance transfers!

Embarkation Gates & Port Facilities in Piraeus

This map displays all embarkation gates of the Piraeus port with connections to the Greek islands and useful port facilities.

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E1
Dodecanese

E2
Crete, Chios, Lesvos, Ikaria, Samos

E3
Crete, Kythira

E4
Kythira

E5
Bus station

E6
Cyclades, Rethymno

E7
Cyclades, Rethymno

E8
Saronic Islands

E9
Cycades, Samos, Ikaria

E10
Cyclades, Samos, Ikaria

E11
Passenger terminal A

E12
Passenger terminal B

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