Anatolia Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Ano Mera Plain, Mykonos, 11522, Greece
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Going to Mykonos from Italy--- Help!

by styleandpurpose

Hi there!

I'm going to Greece via Bari, Italy on April. I just have two questions:

1. From Patra to Larissa Station in Athens, does the train stop at Piraeus? If not, how can I best get to Piraeus?
2. I'm wondering if I should book ferry tickets already online for the Pireaus - Mykonos - Pireaus leg of my trip, considering I have trains to catch going back to Italy. How much do the ferries cost when bought there? Does anyone know?

Hope someone could help me as I am going alone! Thanks sooo much!

RE: Going to Mykonos from Italy--- Help!

by Elena_blue

First answer is yes train does stop to Piraeus and it is the best way to go from Patras to Piraeus. In Piraeus from the train station to the platform to Mykonos is about 2 klm. Look for the free bus service on the port platforms.
About Mykonos, if your trip is around Eastern, yes you should buy a ticket in advance, otherwise there will be not a problem.
Tickets cost varies from about 20E to 60E depending on the type of ferry and the duration of journey.

RE: RE: Going to Mykonos from Italy--- Help!

by thanalik

Easter time is on 8th of April.If your dates are between 4th till 10th you must book tickets but i dont think you should,before mid March.If you travel with Superfast ferries from Bari,they have a bus which takes you either to Athens or to Pireas port,with a cost of 18euros. They also have a co-operation with bluestar-ferries which travel to Cyclades and ofcourse Mykonos. check www.bluestarferries.gr and a second option is www.hellenicseaways.gr.Both companies are reliable and you can book online your tickets.Be sure that the prices are net,so you wont find any discounts anywere else.

RE: RE: Going to Mykonos from Italy--- Help!

by styleandpurpose

Thanks Elena_blue! So to clarify, there's a free bus that goes from the train station to the port or will i need to walk it? Thanks again! I'll be going on April 13, a week after easter.

RE: RE: Going to Mykonos from Italy--- Help!

by styleandpurpose

Thanks thanalik! The only thing that's quite annoying about earlier reservations is that they insist on sending the ticket to you, which shipping is just as much as one one-way ticket (29Eu)! But thanks anyway! I will be going on April 13. I can't wait!

Travel Tips for Mykonos

Upscale "Looky, Looky" Guys!

by johngayton

Mykonos has a deserved reputation as being the most expensive of the Greek Islands, though Santorini can't be far behind, and this extends to the Island's street merchants. Not for them the cheap pirate designer handbags, CD's, watches and other junk, but aiming for a more discerning market with a single product and taking the time to dress appropriately. This nautical-looking guy is selling clocks with their lifebelt frames, needless to say I declined his kind offer despite the 75% discount!

You should definitely try to rent a car!

by wadekorzan

Really, unless you are on an extreme budget, you should rent some kind of vehicle to get around. It really is somewhat inconvenient if you have to rely on buses, and taxis are SO difficult to get. Do you really want to spend a good deal of your vacation waiting for buses, or getting frustrated because you cannot get around? We originally thought we would rely on public transportation, but we learned very quickly that we were going to be very limited and without freedom, so we opted to rent a car and I am SO glad we did. We could go wherever we wanted whenever we wanted, and believe me, this helps. If you stay in Mykonos town, you're going to want to go out to the beaches. And if you stay at one of the beaches like we did, you're going to want to come into town often in the evening. So I just cannot stress enough how this helped our holiday.

There are rental agencies everywhere and it is not difficult to get one last minute, by the day or by the week. Not exactly cheap, somewhere around 40-50 Euros per day, but definitely worth it. We rented from Hercules (Telephone 228 902 3168) which is right at the entrance to the town when you are coming from the port, opposite the Museum of Mykonos and bus terminal, easy to find, but there are many others. Don't miss out!!!

Here are some other contacts:
Autorene, Maouna, Tel: 228 902 4552
Avis, at the port, Tel: 228 902 2960
Delos, in town, Tel: 228 902 3484
Eurocar, at the port, Tel: 228 902 7111
Euroclub, Town, Tel: 228 902 3791
Hertz, Airport, Tel: 228 902 7346
Pier 1, Old port, Tel: 228 902 4004
Sixt, Airport, Tel: 228 902 8862
Tomaso, Airport, website: www.tomaso.gr

"Little Venice", Mykonos.

by SWFC_Fan

The "Little Venice" quarter of Mykonos Town consists of numerous (and expensive) seaside bars and restaurants and souvenir shops.

Sit by the water's edge and have a meal and a drink and watch the cosmopolitan mix of people passing by - but be prepared to pay a high price for this pleasure!

The sea washes up against the homes that line the edge of the coast and small wooden balconies sit precariously above the waves. This row of houses (that look as though they could be washed out to sea on a stormy day) appear on many postcards and holiday brochures.

A good place to soak up the atmosphere and "people watch".

Ano Mera

by Maryimelda

The next most significant village after Hora on Mykonos is Ano Mera. Don't blink, you'll miss it! It lies about 9 kms from Hora and is home to the lovely Monastery and Church of Panagia Tourliani. Ano Mera also sports an interesting lttle town square with an array of restaurants and other assorted eateries. We were there on a Friday morning and there seemed little sign of life other than at the Monastery. Do drop in to see the church it is quite lovely.
Ano Mera is often described as a peaceful little town and from what we saw, indeed it is.

Famous Mykonos,the most cosmopolitan Greek island

by Aggeliki

Mykonos is one of the most cosmopolitan and famous greek islands, popular for its vivid cosmopolitan nightlife and frenzied rhythms. Its also famous for its picturesque windmills and for the known place "Little Venice" with the balcony's that hang over the sea. It is built in conformity with the Cycladic architectural standards, scattered with small pure-white houses and narrow streets. You can swim at the most organized beaches that tremble under the loud sound of the music and the high spirits of the bathers, you can find peaceful and isolated shores, natural beauties and landscapes, you can meet hospitable and smiling local people, and you can eat at taverns with traditional snacks and fancy restaurants with international and Mediterranean cuisine.

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