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Traveling to Greece's second largest city is simple and worth the trip whether it is by car, train, ferry or flight or bus.

By Plane

#SKG or SaloniKa Greece airport connects Thessaloniki with more than 30 local and national flights to European and worldwide destinations. Located 16kmv away from center is easily accessible by car, public bus or taxi. Check here how to reach the city center from SKG airport !

   By train

The New Railway Station  is located only 15 minutes away from Aristotelous square.Long distant Greek destinations and international ones such as Sofia, Skopje and Belgrade are also directly connected with Thessaloniki via train.Book an online your ticket and enjoy the lovely scenery while travelling!
 

By ktel bus

In case you are not a fan of plane or train, you can reach Thessaloniki by bus!​ The Intercity Bus Station KTEL “Macedonia” performs 800 daily routes serving 41 Bus Stations, 7 international routes and 10 coastal lines.​ It is easily accessible from the city centre as well as from the new west hub of the city via which it is directly connected with Thessaloniki's ring road.Book your destination ticket here.

By car

If you are a road tripper, the entrance to Thessaloniki is via Egnatia Odos, the Greek part of the trans- European axle E90.Egnatia odos connects West Greece and Italian ferries with Evros, while its vertical axes ensure connecting Thessaloniki with Europe.Fill you gas, fasten your seatbelts and prepare for an amazing journey!

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