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Revision as of 08:51, 23 June 2011

Thessaly is a region in Central and Northern Greece.


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Volos view from Makrynitsa, Pelion

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View of Meteora with Agias Varvaras Rousanou monastery in the foreground

By plane

In Thessaly the only airport currently operating is Volos airport [1] (VOL). Is situated in Nea Anchialos, about 30 km SW from the city of Volos.

There is a bus connecting airport and Volos bus station. Buses are waiting to pick up travelers after a plane lands, the cost form the airport to Volos Bus station is 3 €. Travellers of charter flights are transfered to their accommodation by their travelling agency. From Volos there are bus and train connections to other towns in Thessaly

By regional coach

Interurban coaches ("KTEL" buses) are by far the most convenient way to travel around Greece, as well as for intra-regional travelling. From Athens most of buses to Thessaly leaves from Terminal B, at Liossion Street.

By train

Trains (OSE) connects Volos, Larissa and Kalampaka with the rest of Greece. Travelling with ordinary trains can be cheaper, although a little bit slower, whereas choosing a fancy faster Intercity train will cost the same amount of money, or even more than a KTEL bus.

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