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Athens Metro map

The Athens subway network Attiko Metro

The Athens Metro (subway) Attiko Metro has 3 Lines the old one Line M1 (ISAP) that starts from Piraeus and ends in Kifissia and the new Athens Metro lines M2 that starts from Agios Antonios and ends to Agios Dimitrios and the line M3.that starts from Egaleo and ends at Doukissis Plakentias from there you can take the Athens suburban railway (Proastiakos) to the Airport.There are parking spaces in Line M2 at the stations of Egaleo , Eleonas, Keramikos, Katehaki, Ethniki Amyna, Nomismatokopio, Halandri and Plakentias ,at the stations of  Line M3 there are parking space at the station of Sygrou (Fix).

Athens Metro ThissioHistory: The first Athens metro line -HSAP- linking Athens to Piraeus had steam powered trains and it was opened for the first time in February 1869 . The company during this time was called Rails of Athens Piraeus. The line became electric in 1904. In the year 1926 the company operating the railway and company operating the tram are cooperating and they create two new companies, the Electric Transport Company and the Greek Electric Railways. The first took over the management and operation of the tram lines and railway line Athens - Piraeus and the second took over the obligations of the Rails Athens Piraeus and the expansion and completion of the work of the railway Athens - Piraeus. The company HSAP established in 1976, when the rails Athens Piraeus became property of the Greek government. In Attiko Metro Acropolis1996 started the construction of two lines of the Athens Metro in order to avoid additional burden on the traffic problem in Athens and to decongest the capital. The two new metro lines (2 and 3), known as the red and the blue line, start operating in 2000.Before the Olympics of 2004 all stations of the old line 1 were upgraded and modernised. Today, the old Piraeus Kifisia line 1 of HSAP and the Attiko Metro lines 2 and 3 serving 51 stations

The Athens Metro wagons and stations are very clean and modern and you wont find the usual graffiti vandalism on both of them.

Ticket prices: one way ticket 0.80 , for unlimited use in all Athens transport for 1 and half hour you can get a ticket of 1  , day tickets cost 3 and weekly tickets 10 . From the Athens airport the one way ticket cost 6   while a return ticket within 48 hours cost 10 . If you are 2 you can get a group one way ticket for 10 .In Every station there automatic ticket machines where you can get your ticket, make sure to validate it on the entrances before you enter the train.

 

Line 1 (green)

 

Line 2 (red) Line 3 (blue)
Piraeus
Neo Faliro
Moshato
Kallithea
Tavros
Petralona
Thissio
Monastiraki
Omonia
Victoria
Attiki - corresponding to line 2
Agios Nikolaos
Kato Patissia
Agios Eleftherios
Ano Patissia
Perissos
Pefkakia
Nea Ionia
Heraklion
Eirini-OAKA
Nerantziotissa
Marousi
KAT
Kifissia

 

Agios Antonios
Sepolia
Attiki - corresponding to line 1
Stathmos Larissis - connection to the central station of the OSE (Greek railways) and the suburban rail
Metaxourgeio
Omonia - corresponding to line 1
University
Syntagma - corresponding to line 3 (Metro),and corresponding to the tram
Acropolis
Sygrou-Fix - corresponding to the tram
Neos Kosmos - corresponding  with the tram
Agios Ioannis
Dafni
Agios Dimitrios -Alexandros Panagoulis

 

 

 

 

Egaleo
Elaionas
Kerameikos
Monastiraki - corresponding to line 1 (HSAP)
Syntagma - corresponding to line 2 (Metro), connection to the tram
Evangelismos
Megaro Musikis
Ambelokipi
Panormou
Katehaki
Ethniki Amyna
Halandri
Doukissis Plakentias - corresponding to the suburban rail
Pallini - corresponding to the suburban rail
Peania-Kantza - corresponding to the suburban rail
Koropi - corresponding to the suburban rail
Athens International Airport  - response to the suburban rail

The new Athens subway network network and the extensions

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Athens metro map

Older map of Athens Metro

Attiko metro map

Athens map

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