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The Nea Anchialos National airport is a small airport located 27km south-west of the city, about half an hour drive from the city of Volos. Its carriers fly direct into destinations such as: Geneva, London, Amsterdam, Manchester, Vienna, Paris, Prague and Luxemburg. There are KTEL buses connecting the airport with the city, and taxi service.
For more information on the airport: www.volosairport.gr/en
Volos is the heart of Greece and easily accessible. A drive from Athens takes about 3 hours (330 km) and a drive from Thessaloniki takes about 2 hours (212 km). The highway connecting all three cities is modern and comfortable.

The intercity coaches (“KTEL” buses) are by far the most convenient way to travel around Greece, as well as for intra-regional travelling. The bus that needs 4 hours to connect directly from Athens.
There is frequent bus service from Athens Liossion Station to Volos, as well as from Thessaloniki bus terminal “Macedonia” to Volos. Volos is also connected with daily direct routes frm Patras, Ioannina, Larissa, Trikala, Karditsa, Kozani and from many more places in continental Greece via Larissa. Interurban Bus Terminal is opposite the Volos Info Center near the City Hall, the Railway Station and the Port, on a major hub.
For more information on KTEL: https://ktelvolou.gr/en/home/

Trains (OSE) connect Volos from other cities in Greece via Larisa. Travelling with ordinary trains can be cheaper, although a little bit slower, whereas choosing a faster Intercity train will cost the same amount of money, or even more than a KTEL bus. The train from Athens, takes approximately four hours and involves a change at Larissa. If you are travelling from Thessaloniki or elsewhere in the northern parts of Greece then trains are often quicker then a bus. The historic Volos station, built in the 1880s, is located just west of the city centre. https://tickets.hellenictrain.gr/dromologia/
There are ferry services to Skiathos, Skopelos, and Alonissos. So, espacially during summer there in an option to reach Volos, through the Skiatos airport (JSI). The route Skiathos to Volos is operated by 4 ferry companies: Seajets, Blue Star Ferries, ANES Ferries and Aegean Flying Dolphins. This route is operated all year round and the ticket prices range depending on whether you travel with a highspeed or conventional ferry.

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