How to get to Aegina

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In brief, vacationers can reach the island only by ferry. Ferries to Aegina depart from Piraeus Port in Athens, the area of Methana (Peloponnese), and two other Saronic Islands.
The closest airport is the International Airport of Athens.

Getting informed about the local transportation options before visiting the island is recommended. That will help you organize your transportation throughout your stay in advance!

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From Athens, Peloponnese, other Saronic Islands

Crossings between Athens and Aegina are regular throughout the year, yet become even more regular in the high season. Ferries to Aegina depart from the port of Piraeus every day and the journey can last from 40 minutes to 1.5 hours.
The duration of the trip depends on the type of ferry and the port of debarkation (Aegina Town, Souvala, or Agia Marina). Both conventional and high-speed ferries travel to the island.
Some ferries that depart from Piraeus have Methana as their final destination and also stop at Agistri. During summer, Aegina is connected with Poros, as well.
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Flights

Aegina doesn't have an airport.
The closest airport is the International Airport of Athens. From there, travelers need to reach the port of Piraeus and take a ferry to Aegina from there. The airport is connected with the port of Piraeus via metro, bus, and suburban railway.

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How can I travel there from abroad?

Aegina doesn't have an airport, so what you can do is fly to Athens and take a ferry to Aegina from Piraeus Port. After landing in Athens, you can get to the port of Piraeus via metro, bus, or suburban railway (if you don't want to take a taxi). Ferries to Aegina are daily and numerous during summer, so you don't need to worry about the ferry tickets.

How can I travel there from Athens?

The only way to reach Aegina from Athens is via ferry. Ferries to Aegina depart from the port of Piraeus every day and itineraries increase during summer.

How can I travel there from other islands?

The only way to travel to Aegina (from anywhere) is the ferry. Agistri is the only island directly connected to Aegina throughout the year. During summer, the island is also connected with Poros. In the case of any other island, you have to get to Athens and then take a ferry from Piraeus Port.

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