You can find on this page the Athens trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Athens trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Athens in Greece.
During high season you can also enjoy a tourist train ride in Athens on Athens train map. You can explore the city in a fun way, on a route that will allow you to discover essential places shown on Athens train map, such as the Municipal Theater, Kores Square, the port of Mikrolimano, the Archaeological Museum, the Hellenic Maritime Museum and the Lioness Gate.

Athens rail map

Map of Athens trains

The Athens rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Athens trains. This railway map of Athens will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Athens in Greece. The Athens rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Line 1 of Athens rail is a surface train on Athens rail map that connects the northern suburbs of Kifissia to the port of Piraeus. Athens rail connects to lines 2 and 3 at three stations Suburban Athens Railway and rail: This surface train provides a direct connection between the port of Piraeus and Athens International Airport. It also connects Athens rail with Halkida, Evia and Kiato & Corinth with the Peloponnese.

with its subways, trains, tram , rail and bus, Athens rail on Athens rail map is well served. Indeed, the public transport network of Athens rail has improved significantly thanks to the 2004 Olympics and some subway lines of Athens rail are brand new, spacious, air-conditioned and clean. Thus, from the airport you can benefit from the train or the metro.

Trains of Athens rail departing from Athens station and rail, (larissa station) on Athens rail map. The main destinations from Larissa Station of Athens rail are: Thessaloniki, Patra, Corinth, Alexandropouli, Kalambaka, Trikala, Karditsa, Katerini, Lamia, Livadia, Volos. The southern Peloponnese and western Central Greece are not served. It would apparently also be possible to go to Nafplio by train in the Peloponnese by changing to Corinth.