How to Get to Athens by Train

Greece, Athens Guide (B): How to Get to Athens by Train

Using the International Railway Services you will get as far as Thessaloniki. After that, you can use the Suburban Railway to get to Athens by train. You can either book your tickets online with Trainose or take advantage of several international train tickets you can use to cut down your expenses. You’ll find more information on them at the end of this page.

The International Railway Services operated by Trainose connect Thessaloniki to Sofia, Bucharest, and Belgrade (via Skopje).

Tickets for children aged 4-12 receive a 50% discount. Please also note that children under the age of 6 travel for free on Serbian Railway routes.

International tickets like Eurail, Interrail or Balkan Flexipass are accepted, but you will be charged an extra fee for seat reservation.

For category A, one-way train tickets from Bucharest cost €59.80, and one-way train tickets from Sofia cost €16.80.

For category B, one-way train tickets from Bucharest cost €39.80, and one-way train tickets from Sofia cost €14.40. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: How to Get to Athens by Train
Guide Location: Greece » Athens
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Mirela Vaduva
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