If you arrive at the Athens Airport, you can get to Piraeus port by train, intercity bus or order an airport transfer.
Bus X96 going to Piraeus Port departs from Athens Airport every 30-40 minutes.
Distance between Athens Airport and Piraeus port about 50 km (40-50 min).
IATA code for Athens is ATH
Airport name: Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos (Greek: Διεθνής Αερολιμένας Αθηνών «Ελευθέριος Βενιζέλος»)
Local time: GMT+2
What is a transfer from Athens Airport?
This is a convenient way to get to your hotel or apartment in a comfortable car, without waiting and at a fixed, predetermined price.
WeKnowTransfers is like a taxi, only much better. You independently choose a class of a car, date and time of a meeting. The driver is waiting for you in the arrivals area with a sign, helps with your luggage and takes you to the appointed address.
You can pay for the transfer online at checkout, or in cash to the driver.
Transfer to Piraeus port
The transfer service from Athens Airport to Piraeus port is ideal for passengers with children, large companies and passengers with baggage.
This is of course more expensive than a trip by bus, but you know the price in advance and can put it in your budget.
The price will not change neither with online payment, with cash payment to the driver.