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Buses run between Athens and Tyros three times a day

The KTEL bus from Athens leaves from the Kifissos Station (at 100 Kifissou Avenue)


The X93 Express bus goes direct from Athens Airport to Kifissos Station
(the 24 hour X93 runs every 30 mins but hourly between 01.00 and 06.00)
Note this trip takes around an hour

There are also express buses from the Airport to and from Syntagma Square (X95) and Piraeus (X96). Click here for information about Athens express airport buses.

KTEL Bus times from Athens to Tyros vary between summer and winter. Typical times are:

Athens to Leonidion (via Tyros)
08.15 & 16.30

Tyros to Athens (these buses leave 30 minutes earlier from Leonidion)
08.45 & 17.00

The bus journey takes about 3.5 hours and the fare is around €25 each way

Click here for information on KTEL buses although this website may not always be up to date. Or for the latest information you can call the Leonidion Office +30 27570 22255 (more helpful than the Athens office)

There is also a light railway rail service from Athens Airport to Corinth
(But be warned there are no buses only taxis at Corinth station )
The Airport-Corinth train runs hourly and costs €12
Click here for the train timetable.

The light railway (Proastiko) leaves the airport at 9 minutes past the hour. This arrives at Kato Archanai station 33 minutes later. Change here for the Corinth train which takes another 50 minutes to get to Corinth. The first Aiport train leaves at 6.09 and the last at 22.09.

For the trip back to the airport, trains leave Corinth station at 14 minutes past the hour - change at Kato Archanai. The first and last trains leave Corinth at 05.14 and 22.14.

If meeting someone at Corinth railway station, the GPS coordinates are:
37.921733, 22.932200

There is a metro station at the airport for those wanting to get to the city centre. The metro goes direct to Syntagma Square. Click here for information about the Athens metro system.