Volos Ferry Port
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Alonissos to Volos / Volos to Alonissos1 crossings weekly5 hr 15 min
Glossa to Volos / Volos to Glossa5 crossings weekly3 hr 30 min
Mantoudi to Volos / Volos to Mantoudi5 crossings weekly5 hr 30 min
Skiathos to Volos / Volos to Skiathos6 crossings weekly2 hr 45 min
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Volos is one of the largest and most attractive cities in Greece. The place is the 5th biggest city (and 3d largest port) in Greece. It is a coastal port city in Thessaly situated midway on the Greek mainland, about 326 kilometres north of Athens and 215 kilometres south of Thessaloniki. It is the capital of the Magnesia regional unit.
Getting around Volos
Getting to/from and around Volos is very easy. There are lots of ways of travel, just choose the one which suits you. Volos is very well connected. There are buses starting from Volos, and also buses that starts from Athens and stops on the highway close to Volos (at Velestino exit). The bus services are frequent, about 15 times per day. If you prefer to travel around by taxi - taxis in Volos, as everywhere in Greece are comparably cheap. You should not pay more than 7 EURO if you hail a cab (silver colour) on the road to take you anywhere in the city.
Trains connect Volos to other cities in Greece via Larisa. There are ferry services to Skiathos, Skopelos, and Alonissos.
Volos Port, Kentriki Provlita, Volos 38500, Greece