Piraeus

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Piraeus, king of ports 

It’s Greece’s main port, the one so many songs and books have been written about. It’s the largest passenger port in Europe and an important spot for Mediterranean cruise boats. Discover the busy harbour and its surrounding beauties with cheap ferry tickets to Piraeus with Let’s Ferry.

Best attractions

  • Piraeus is an urban centre carrying a long and fascinating history. Learn all about it by visiting the Hellenic Maritime Museum, the Archaeological Museum and the Electrical Railway Museum.
  • Walk around the city and visit the Municipal Theatre, the Veakeio Theatre with its stunning views, the Municipal Library, and many more. Each one holds a secret story of the city.
  • There are two caves in the area. The Cave of Paraskevas, also known as Siraggio, would host music concerts back in the 90s. The second one is the Cave of Aretousa in Kastella.
  • The historical centre of Athens is only 10 km away from the port. Get the chance to visit some world-famous attractions like the Acropolis, the Roman Forum and the Odeon of Herodes Atticus.

Best beaches

  • There is a fully organized beach in Kastella, called Votsalakia: Sunbeds, a café, a restaurant, a tennis court and an open-air cinema invite you for an all-day stay.
  • Explore the long coastline in the south side of the region. GlyfadaVarkiza, Voula and Kavouri are some of the most known beaches in the area. You can also find several water sports facilities.
  • Swimming at the healing waters of Lake Vouliagmeni is a unique revitalizing experience. 

Best activities

  • Canoe at the canal of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre. It’s a real gem attracting Athenians all year-round, where apart from cultural events you can go for a walk or a bike ride.
  • Become a sea expert at the Piraeus Sailing Clubin Akti Koumoundourou.
  • Choose a diving school of the area and book some lessons or even get your diving certification.
  • Windsurf at the beach of Agios Kosmas, 12 km away from the port.

Tip: You can reach the port by car, taxi, metro, suburban railway, local bus. The X96 connects the port to the International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos, starting from Drapetsona. Always commence your journey to the port 30-60 minutes earlier as the traffic in the area is heavy.
Travel to the main port of the Greek capital with cheap ferry tickets to Piraeus from letsferry.com.

Information about the port of Piraeus

Piraeus is connected to the Argosaronic Gulf, the Cyclades, the Dodecanese, Crete, the North Aegean Sea and many mainland ports. Some ports include Paros, Naxos, Ikaria, Samos, Limnos, Mykonos, Mytilene, Patmos, Syros, Chios, Kavala, Chania and many more destinations. The facilities you will find at the port are free Wi-Fi, taxi, metro, suburban railway station, WC, WC for the disabled, airconditioned waiting areas. There is a free bus for transports within the port gates. Luggage storage area and paid parking are also available here.

There are 10 gates for routes within Greece.
Port map: 
Ε1 to Dodecanese
Ε2 to Crete, Chios, Ikaria, Samos
Ε3 to Crete, Kithira. This is also a vehicles entrance gate.
Ε4 towards Kithira. This is a vehicle’s exit gate.
Ε5 Port Bus stop, pedestrian entrance.
Ε6 to the Cyclades, Rethymno. Pedestrian’s entrance
Ε7 to the Cyclades, and Rethymno.
Ε8 to the Argosaronic Gulf.
Ε9 to the Cyclades, Samos, Ikaria.
Ε10 to Cyclades, Samos, Ikaria. This is a vehicle’s exit gate.