Arta (Greek: Άρτα) is a greek city situated in the region of Epirus, built on the east bank of River Arachthos (Άραχθος). It is the second-largest city of Epirus after Ioannina. It is known mainly because of the Historical Bridge of Arta, constructed c. 1602-1606.
Arta does not have an airport itself, but you can catch a domestic flight from Athens (ATH) to Ioannina (IOA) with Olympic Air (~50min) and then go to Arta by bus (~1h). There are also plenty of seasonal international flights from Europe during summer to Preveza-Aktion International Airport (PVK) which is approximately one hour away from Arta by car or bus.
Arta does not have a railroad station and is not served by rail service.
Arta is fairly easy to be explored on foot, as it is quite small.