travelling from Athens
Airport to Aegina

Getting to Athens

You need to fly to Athens International Airport

Getting to the Port of Piraeus

When you are looking for a bit more comfort, you can also take a taxi from the airport to Piraeus (to Gate E8). Taking a taxi is usually quicker than the bus (of course, dependent on the traffic). The ride is usually between 30 and 45 minutes. The charge is about €50.00.

Getting to the Port of Piraeus by Bus

The most economical way to reach the Port of Piraeus is to take the shuttle bus. You will find the shuttle bus when you leave the arrivals hall. Take shuttle bus X96, which takes you straight to the Port of Piraeus. During the day, there is a bus leaving about every 20 minutes, during the night, they run every half hour. The bus stops several times on the way. The Port of Piraeus is about the last stop.

Getting to the Port of Piraeus by train

You can also get directly to the Port of Piraeus by train. The train platforms are located within the airport. The train journey lasts approximately 60 minutes. The trains run every hour.

Getting to the Island of Aegina

Aegina is one of the Saronic Islands of Greece in the Saronic Gulf, 27 kilometres from Athens.
It is approximately 40-50 minutes by boat from the Port of Piraeus. For more information on boat timetables visit

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