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to be honest, there is practically nothing worth mentioning to do in Pythion, as it is nothing more than a small village.

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Pythion is a small border village in Thrace, Greece, a few kilometers north of the city of Alexandroupoli and the Kipi - Ipsala border crossing between Greece and Turkey.


Get in

There is no airport available. However, there is a train station servicing Turkish and Greek railways. It is, in fact, the only railroad border crossing point between the two countries.

Get around





The Pythion train station includes a "Buffet" that sells an assortment of chips, cookies, candy bars, and chocolate croissants.



Get out

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