Getting to Athens, Greece
The Athens Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport 27 km east of the city center, near the suburb of Spáta, opened in 2001 as part of the infrastructure improvements in preparation for the Olympics when it became one of the more attractive and efficient major European airports. The airport has excellent (public) transit connections to the city centre, by Metro, railway, express bus or taxi.
Check this page for a list of airlines and destinations that serve the airport.
By regional coach
Regional coaches (KTEL) connect Athens to other cities in Greece. For some destinations one can also use the buses of the railroad company that might be international, but can also be used for in-country transport.
The national, state owned, rail service, Trainose, connects Athens to other cities in Greece. All services are via Athens railway station which is collocated with Larissa metro station.
The port of Piraeus is the main port of Athens, and is served by many ferries. Generally, pedestrian ferry users will be close to the Metro station providing access to Athens; though walking distances can vary