The Port of Piraeus (Greek: Λιμάνι του Πειραιά) is the chief sea port of Athens, Greece, located on the Saronic Gulf on the western coasts of the Aegean Sea, the largest port in Greece and one of the largest in Europe.
The Port of Piraeus served as the port of Athens since ancient times.
Iqbal Rafat | Apr 18, 2018
Sunday. Quiet stroll. Nice weather and good cappuccino. Several ships and boats are anchored there. Around the harbour the neighbourhood is interesting. You may reach there easily by metro. Taxis are not expensive like other European cities. There are several stalls of fruit candies and books. A must see.
Paintball .Magazine | Jun 2, 2018
Useful for getting on a ferry, just be quick or you will just be another body on the floor wearing fake raybans
Onur Aruz | Apr 29, 2018
Best way to reach for Greece Islands.
Daria Kulikowska | Mar 7, 2018
Very big and beautifull port. Pireus is general beautifull place i recommend to visit it.
agung hartadi | Mar 24, 2018
Busy port. Gateway to Athens from seaport. You may take taxis, bus or train to go to Athens. About 20 minutes train ride to go to Athens.
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