Ioannina is served by Ioannina National Airport . There are flights to and from Athens.
The Via Egnatia highway, known in Greece as the Egnatia Odos, (part of the E90) passes by Ioannina. It links the west coast port of Igoumenitsa with the Turkish border.
Long-distance buses (Ktel) travel daily to Athens (6 - 6.5 hours) and Thessaloniki (3 hours).
The city center is small enough to travel through via foot. Full bus ticket cost of €1,10, for students €0,60, for suberban areas (villages) have cost of €2, and €1 for students, the buses are blue and white at various shades. The Taxi at Ioannina have dark green color. The Taxi call center number is: +30 2651046777
Dare to say that, at city and the wider area, there is every kind of attraction. Many of them are unique in the world or in Greece. The most notable attractions are the following:
The region of Ioannina is known for production of high-quality feta cheese and dairy products. Zagori town nearby produces one of the most popular brands of mineral water in Greece.The city itself is recognized for the famous Ioannina silverware - its history and tradition can be discovered in the recently opened Silverware Museum in Itch Kale. As you stroll around the narrow streets next to the fortress you'll come across many shops selling a plethora of silverware as well as copper and bronze adornments and products. Another popular local souvenir is the hookah - a remnant of the heavy Ottoman influence in the past.
There are many low-quality budget hotels in the centre, to the West of the fortress.
Bus service to Florina 1+ times per day. Direct service to Athens, Thessaloniki, and many others. More frequent service to Kozani. Station staff speak only very limited English, but the next 10 departures are prominently displayed on TV screens all over the station (in Greek; bring something to help you translate).