Sterea travel

Sterea travel

Travel to Sterea: Travel information about flights and buses to Sterea.

Travel by Buses

There are frequent bus connections between Athens and towns of Sterea. Buses for eastern Sterea and Evia island depart from Liossion KTEL Station in Athens, while buses for western Sterea depart from Kifissos KTEL Station in Athens.
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Travel by Ferries

The busiest port of Sterea is Agios Constantinos that serves ferries to Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonissos. From the small port town of Astakos, in western Sterea, there are ferries to Kefalonia and Ithaca in summer. Also from the port of Kymi in Evia island, there are ferries to Skyros and ferries to Skopelos and Alonissos in summer.
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Travel by Car

Driving in Sterea gives the chance to visit many interesting archaeological sites, towns and places of natural beauty. The road from Athens to Lamia is highway, but all other roads are rural. This means that they have only one line per direction.
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