Athens metro map

Athens metro map 2016. Athens metro map (Greece) to print. Athens metro map (Greece) to download. By the 2010s the Athens Metro network was being used by about 650,000 passengers per day. Larissa, the main railway station, links athens with the rest of the country and the continent. The athens metro and streetcar lines are shown on the map of Athens distributed at the tourist office. Recent and very convenient, the network has 3 lines. Streetcars run from 5:00 am (line 1) or 5:30 am (lines 2 and 3) to 12:15 am on weekdays, and until 2:00 am on Fridays and Saturdays (lines 2 and 3). Information at 111-85 (information service of the OASA, the Public Transport Agency of Athens) and on

Athens metro map 2016

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The athens metro connects the most important points for passengers (as its shown in Athens metro map): Line 1 (Piraeus-Kifissia), Line 2 (Anthoupoli-Elliniko), Line 3 (Agia Marina-Airport). Line 3 is being extended between Agia Marina and Piraeus (full opening planned by 2021, but the first 3 of the 6 new stations are due to open soon). The Athens metro network is not very extensive but it fulfills its function properly. The three lines that make it up are currently operated by two different companies that share tickets and fares.
For the anecdote, line 1, the oldest, was inaugurated in February 1869 with the starting up of a steam train between Athens and Piraeus. In 1904, the Athens metro line was electrified. The two other lines were as its shown in Athens metro map were built in the year 2000. The Athens metro has three lines that connect the center of the city with most places of interest, including the airport.
Athens metro connects important landmarks of the Greek capital, such as the Acropolis, Athens Airport, Port of Piraeus, Central Railway Station and Olympic Stadium (as mentioned in Athens metro map), in addition to connecting downtown Athens with the suburbs. Archaeological exhibits found during Metro construction and modern works of art are exhibited in many stations. All stations are fully accessible to disabled persons with elevators in every level and platform and most of the trains are air-conditioned.
All athens metro stop at all stations all the time, except of the section Airport – Douk. Plakentias of line 3 where trains run every 30 minutes (this section is shared with the Suburban Railway). Operating hours of Athens metro are 5:30 a.m. to 00:30 a.m., and every Friday and Saturday night, lines 2 & 3 stay open until 2:30 a.m. You can find information about Athens metro, including timetables, map, parking and safety information on this website. For ticket info see Athens Transport tickets and cards.