Xenia Hotel

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

1 Plastira Street, Volos, Thessaly, 38222, Greece
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Forum Posts

Athens - Volos train? HOW and how much????????

by Paulzb

As I searched all the web and there were only info in greek.. so I am forced to ask a question :)
Where i can get time tables for trains form Athens to Volos?
Where I can get prices?
Please show me some links and maybe the greek spelling for names Volos, Athens and Larisa, or spelling for the train stations there, because even tough I found how to spell Volos, I did't found Larisa train station name... As I found - the train goes through Larisa

big big thanx to You

Re: Athens - Volos train? HOW and how much????????

by Aitana

For any greek toponym, open Wikipedia, type it in your language. On the left is a list of languages: select Greek (Ellhnika) and you will find the spelling.

Searching at OSE, I found this address:
Departure: Athina
Destination: Volos
The train schedule will be displayed.

Hope it helps. Enjoy Volos!

Re: Athens - Volos train? HOW and how much????????

by xymmot

We have answer this in a past post recently, please hit the Volos tab and read the past post that is in great detail. And I think it was like 30 EUROS

Re: Athens - Volos train? HOW and how much????????

by Paulzb

yeah ;) thank you guys it was really helpfull :)

Re: Athens - Volos train? HOW and how much????????

by esthercooke

just search AThens to Volos train on Google ..they publish time tables and prices. All trains but the IC Direct must change trains in Larissa.

Travel Tips for Volos


by vago1

Volos is the capital and economic centre of the prefecture. Thanks to its privileged position at the foot of Mt. Pelion on the Pagasetic Gulf, it is a good base for enjoying the sea, wooded slopes and green valleys that surround it. Founded in the mid 19th century, modern Volos is a cheerful, lively town, soundly laid out with pleasant, broad streets. The waterfront is an ideal spot for a stroll. A modern coastal avenue bustling with life, it is lined with pastry shops, cafes and restaurants. From the suburb of Ano Volos, built up the slopes of Pelion, the Pagasitic Gulf and the town below take on another dimension. Volos harbour is particularly active. It is the main export centre of Thessaly and the scene of much commercial and passenger traffic bound for the Sporades, the great ports of Mediterranean, Syria and other Middle Eastern cities. Pelion, land of the legendary Centaurs, the site chosen by the ancient gods for their weddings and celebrations, rises in lush magnificence to the northeast of Volos. It was here that the centaur Chiron, the wise teacher of demigods and heroes, gave his pupils daily instruction in the proper care of body and soul. Here, as well, the first beauty contest took place between Thetis and Eris. Many, believed Pelion was an inspiration to Homer, Pindar, and Euripides but also to the modern popular muse who sung of the unquenchable desire of the Greek people for freedom. A combination of the knowledge and skills of the craftsmen of Mt. Pelion, the labour force of Thessaly and investment from the major centers of the Greek Diaspora has enabled the city to develop into an important industrial center with the third largest port in the country. The economy of the city is based on manufacturing, trade, services and tourism. Climbing northeast of Volos, the road bisects the charming suburb of Ano Volos (5 km.), with the steep hill of Episkopi demarching its eastern side. At the nearby villages of Anakasia and Ali Meria, where there are some wall paintings by Theophilos, it is worth stopping to admire the panoramic view of the Pagasetic Gulf and the plain of Thessaly while seated in one of the district's picturesque restaurants.

Also, the weddings in local costume and the traditional customs observed there during the Easter week, and on May Day are not to be missed if you happen to be in Greece in the spring.

Pagasitikos Gulf

by volopolo

A calm sea, the sea of the Pagasitikos Gulf is ideal for family vacations. Agria, Malaki, Koropi, Lefokastro, Kalamos, Chorto, Milina and to the west, Nea Achialos, Mitzela, Nies and Achilleio are all golden beaches with a wide variety of hotels and room to rent.


by StefanosS

Take the OLD LITTLE TRAIN to climb Pilion! The old train, made on the begining of the 20th century, abandoned by our 'civilization', was revived some years ago. People of Volos and Pilion really love it!


by tompt

Rent a car and drive to the monasteries at Meteora.
The monasteries are built on the top of steep rocks. The scenery is beautifull and some of the monasteries can be visited.

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Volos-You must see it

by ivana302

"Volos city for all seasons"

Volos is a great city,and can offer you such good time.Near mountain Pilion it has such good position for summer and winter holidays...Some of most beautiful days were there....

"Alykes - memories"

First time I was here in 1983. long time ago,since then I am coming back anytime I can.It used to be small place with just a few people permanently living there.Every year it was growing and now it is great tourist place, not too loud , with nice beaches and great caffeterias and restaurants.Its historical name was Neos Pagases.
For me it is place where I can rest , forget all troubles and live my dream .People are very friendly and well known for their hospitality.
And evnings there are magic , with view to mount Pilion and thousands of lights...


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Address: 1 Plastira Street, Volos, Thessaly, 38222, Greece