A city of 25,000 people, Tripoli lies at the central part of Peloponnese.
There are daily KTEL buses from Athens to Tripoli. There are taxis that can take you into Tripoli from the bus station or you can walk into the city.
While the town has a lot of people, it is quite compact and so it is manageable to walk from one end of the city to the next and explore the city on foot. There are also numerous taxis available and they are usually parked next to squares.
Enjoy Platea Areos (Areos Square) in the evening. Their are many cafes and restaurants in the square and in the surrounding area. There are also many villages surrounding the city where one can meet locals and taste locally grown produce specific to the area such as cherries.
For an authentic restaurant experience, visit Estiatorio Panarkadaiko Roiniotis. This restaurant is located just south of Plateia Agiou Vasiliou. They feature home cooked dishes prepared daily.
There are also daily KTEL buses from Tripoli to Athens. You can take a taxi from Tripoli to the bus station or walk.
As of June 2015, the following busses run from Tripoli: