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Patras at a glance

The City of Patras is the capital of western Greece and as a major port, it constitutes the primary gateway of Greece to Italy and Western Europe. Patras situated on the northwest coast of the Peloponnese, between the Gulfs of Corinth and Patras. Built on a strategic seaside location, within a short distance from the coasts of Aitoloakarnania, very close to Ionian Islands and just a few hours away from Italy. With only 220 km from Athens, Patras can be the starting point for the visiting of the most important archaelogical sites of Greece (Olympia, Delphi, Epidavros, Mycenae, Mistras).

How to get there
  • By train: From the train station in Athens (220km) with the Greek Railway Organization: www.ose.gr 
  • By bus: From Thessaloniki (490km) and Athens (220km) with buses from Central Bus Station of Achaia (KTEL) https://www.ktelthes.gr/en/
Port Agent

Terminal Station
Passengers Terminal Patras
Akti Dymeon, South Port, 26333 Patras

Ancona line,
 +30 2610 622 500
Fax: +30 2610 623 574
E-mail: superfast@patraport.gr

Bari line,
Tel: + 30 2610 634 000
Fax: +30 2610 634 090
E-mail: attica-group@ferrycenter.gr      

Venice line, 
: +30 2610 343655, +30 2610 342601
Fax: +302610365533

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