Hotel Athinea

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7, Vilara Street, Athens, 10437, Greece
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question about santorini

by pepejose

what is the cost and time for a trip from Piraeus port to Santorini for local people?
As a Visitor to Athens is it reliable to use this transportation?

Thanks a lot.


Re: question about santorini

by lynnehamman

The cost is about 35-37 Euros PP one way (Blue Star Ferry) and it takes about 7 hours, stopping at Paros and Naxos.
Its a very reliable, relaxing and scenic way to get to Santorini from Piraeus.
There ar a number of ferries every day- good one to get is leaving about 7am and gets to Santorini around 2pm.

Re: question about santorini

by brotherleelove

The price is the same for visitors as it is for locals. Ferry ticket prices are fixed. The least expensive ferry ticket (economy class) is €34, on a conventional car ferry. For €4 more you can buy a ticket for a reserved reclining airline-style seat. A reserved sleeping cabin for two will cost around €180. The trip takes 8 hours. If you take a highspeed catamaran there are no cabins. These ferries are enclosed with no outside deck. The seats are all reserved and will cost approximately double the fare for the car ferry.

Re: question about santorini

by brotherleelove

This website will show you what is available on your travel dates.

Re: question about santorini

by lynnehamman

No John- that is incorrect. The trip to Santorini takes 7 hours.

Re: question about santorini

by Ouzone

There are other ferries (Ventouris, ANEK, Lane), not Bluestar, that are 31€ and take 9 hours to Santorini.

Bluestar ferries vary between 5 and 7½ hours, depending on route/stops and are 34€.

Those are the cheapest standard tickets, excluding any special offers. Locals pay the same price.

They are generally reliable, of course, rarely you get the odd glitch with any means of transport.

Travel Tips for Athens

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

by johngayton

Here we were just walking down a side street, I think we were searching for a restaurant or it may have been on the way to the 5 million, 8 hundred thousand, 916th bank in Pireas which might actually dispense money on a Sunday night:)

The night was balmy after a day of blazing sunshine and this guy seemed to have the right idea: Sometimes its these little things that stick in the mind.

visit the highest top of...

by marenloo

visit the highest top of athens which is one my fondest memory of it. i am not going to forget how small athens look like when we look at from the top. Lycabetous.There is a small church there on the top, and also a theater. we got there on foot from the city center.

The Acropolis Museum...

by Michail

The Acropolis Museum houses
priceless finds. If you visit the
Museum prior to your walk around
the site you will be able to better
understand the history and function
of the Acropolis, as the most important
religious centre of the city of Athens
and thus enjoy it even more.

Syntagma, the central Square of Athens

by Aggeliki

Here beats the heart of the modern city. The Parliament at the east of the square reminds the derivation of its name. In 1843 the Greeks reciever their first constitution from king Othon, after many demonstrations. Now in this area there are the most important companies and banks, and also one of the main central shopping road starts from Sintagma square.

Ancient theater of Dionisos and of Herodion


Just out of Metro stasion "Akropolis" At the bigining to D. Aeropagitou str Is the gate of the theater. The ticket you will bay it can be used also for Acropolis. Ancient Agora, Roman Agora, Keramikps and the Temple of Olympian Zeus


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Address: 7, Vilara Street, Athens, 10437, Greece