With your unlimited 48-hour bus pass, you can hop on and off the bus as you please to visit Athens at your own pace!
Seated in an open-top double-decker bus, you can admire the most famous sites and monuments of the Greek capital, the cradle of democracy.
The Athens city centre line offers 16 stops all year round, giving you access to all the must-see sites in the city's historic centre, including Syntagma Square, the Acropolis Museum, the Acropolis and the Parthenon, the Plaka district, the Temple of Zeus, the National Gardens and Parliament, the Panathenaic Stadium, the National Library, etc.
From April to December, you can also choose to combine this 48-hour pass with one of the two other lines, or even all three with a 3-day pass if you stay long enough in Athens (see options):
- The "Piraeus" line offers 9 stops to discover the area around the ancient port of Piraeus, the second largest passenger port in the world, and see another side of life in Athens. The stops include The Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, Votsalakia beach, or the Niarchos Foundation.
- The Beaches & Riviera line takes you along the coastal route of the Saronic Gulf, and you can take it to one of the three beaches of Agios Kosmas, Glyfada or Asteria, or to Lake Vouliagmeni, a warm saltwater lagoon whose waters are renowned for their therapeutic properties. This line also serves certain hotels on the Athenian Riviera.
On board all buses on each of the three routes, you can take advantage of the commentary on the included audio guide, available in 13 languages.