Olympic Airlines and Aegean
Airlines organized daily flights to Santorini from Athens International
Airport The flight is takes you about 30 minutes long.
Santorini Airport has also charters from many European towns. Santorini
may also be reached by a high speed ferries and ferryboats from
the port of Piraeus. Ferry takes you at least 8 hours. High speed
ferries however provide faster service of 4 hours.
Every day there are ferries connecting santorini with other islands.
How to get to the port to catch that ferry to Santorini - Hints
It's always a bit confusing traveling abroad, especially when you're
not in an organized group. So here are Our HINTS & TIPS once you
arrive in Athens Greece.
Travelling to and from Athens International Airport to the centre
of Athens - follow on to Piraeus Port
EXPRESS BUS SERVICE - Outside the Arrival Terminal (Click
here to view
The bus lane is to your right as you exit. Buses depart on the hour
and on every half hour. You buy your ticket from the ticket kiosk
before you enter the bus.
BUS X96 : Piraeus Port - Airport
Average travelling time to Piraeus Port : 90 minutes. The line connects
the airport with the port of Piraeus. (Connection with ferry routes
and Metro GREEN Line 1)
BUS X95 : Syntagma Square - Airport
Average travelling time to Syntagma : 70 minutes. The line connects
the airport with Syntagma square in Athens city center. (Connection
with Metro Lines 2 & 3)
METRO & INTERCITY TRAINS
Opposite the Departure Terminal (Click
here to view
There is a pedestrian flyover with access by stairs, moving escalator
or elevator for the physically challenged which will take you to
the train platforms & ticketing desks.Train frequency : every 30
minutes 7 days a week. Average travelling time to Piraeus Port including
changeovers : 45 minutes to an hour
Follow these 3 steps
Get the Metro BLUE Line 3 from Airport to Syntagma square
Get off at Syntagma and connect to Monastiraki (1 stop).
Connect at Monastiraki for Piraeus Port with Metro GREEN Line 1