With a strategic position in Greece and Europe, Thessaloniki is easily accessible by all means of transport. Features International Airport (Macedonia International Airport by IATA code SKG), Railway station, Harbour, Intercity Bus station and it is connected by road with the rest of Greece and abroad through national and international highways. By plane, train, bus, car or cruise ship, see how you can get to Thessaloniki and choose the best for you.

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Ship – Cruise

The port of Thessaloniki for over 2.300 years is the most important port of Macedonia and one the most important ports of Southeastern Europe. The advantageous geographic


The Egnatia Odos is the Greek part of the trans- European axle E90. Via Egnatia Odos, Thessaloniki approaches westwards the harbor of Igoumenitsa, from where there

Bus (Coach)

KTEL 'Macedonia' The Intercity Bus Station KTEL 'Macedonia' constitutes a reference point for long-distance transports of Thessaloniki. Performs 800 daily routes serving

Train – Suburban

The New Railway Station is the central passenger terminal of Thessaloniki and it is located on Monastiriou Street. It has seven docks and in the interior commercial store


The International Airport 'Macedonia' (SKG) connects Thessaloniki with approximately 38 countries and more than 60 foreign cities with direct flights, as well as 35 citi