Thessaloniki Train Station

Address:
Sidirodromikos Stathmos Thessalonikis,
Description:

Access:

  • Thessaloniki Train Station / OSE is 1 kilometer from the a.d. Imperial Palace Hotel, one of the most famous hotels in Thessaloniki, which is located in the city center.
  • By Car: 3-10 minutes (depends on the traffic).
  • Taxi Cost: about 4 - 4,50 euros.
  • On Foot: 5-10 minutes.
  • City bus: Buses 14,11,17,37. Arrival at a.d. Imperial Palace Hotel "Kolomvou" stop, costs 1 euro (normal ticket) and 0.50 cents (reduced), route approximately 5-10 minutes.

Thessaloniki Train Station & access Informations

Description: Thessaloniki Train Station is the main passenger station of the city for all trains and the starting point of most city buses. The entrance to the station is the Monastery Road and the Margaropoulou Street. It has seven platforms and in the station there are commercial stores. It was inaugurated in 1961, although its construction began in 1937. During the Second World War all construction work stopped and resumed in 1951.

The old Thessaloniki Train / Railway Station is located near the port in the Old Station Road (new west entrance) and is used as a cargo terminal.

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  • Extremely convenient location. Nice aesthetics. Very good breakfast. Value for money hotel. In the heart of the commercial and economic activity and within walking distance ofentertainment and interesting places.

    Valentin St. Petersburg -Russia
  • Spotlessly clean hotel with excellent staff in an excellent location. Is in the heart of the city within walking distance of the most important points and sightseeing’s as Ladadika, Aristotelous, White Tower and of course the traditional city market.

    Francesca Paris-France
  • Very good hotel for someone to stay in the city center. Nice areas and rooms. Direct access on foot to the most reference points of Thessaloniki.

    Cristina Belgrade- Serbia

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