The Athens Metro consists of three lines and is the fastest means of getting around Athens.
Line 1 (Green), the oldest line in the network, is an overground train that runs from the port of Piraeus to the northeast suburb of Kifisia.
Line 2 (Red) runs from the northwest suburb of Anthoupoli to the southeast suburb of Elliniko.
Line 3 (Blue) runs from Piraeus to the Athens International Airport.
The Athens Tram consists of two lines and connects central Athens with the coastal suburbs of Faliro, Voula, and Piraeus.
Line T6 runs from Syntagma Square to Palaio Faliro (Pikrodafni station). Line T7 runs from the southern suburb of Voula (Asklipeio Voulas station) to Piraeus (Agia Triada station). The two lines meet at Pikrodafni station.
It takes approximately one hour to get from Syntagma Square to the final seaside stops at Voula or Piraeus.
Metro & Tram
Metro Line 1
Metro Line 2
Metro Line 3
Tickets and passes (Ath.ena tickets) are sold at ticket booths and machines in all Athens Metro and tram stations. A single ticket costs €1.20 and is valid for 90 minutes across all means of public transportation.