Line 2 (Athens Metro)
Acropolis station of Athens Metro system (Line 2).
|Colour on map||Red|
|Opening||28 January 2000|
|Rolling stock||Metro 1st, 2nd and 3rd (DC) series
6 cars per trainset
|Line length||16.4 km (10.2 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge|
|Electrification||750 V DC|
Line 2 of the Athens Metro runs entirely underground from Anthoupoli in the northwest to Agios Dimitrios (Alexandros Panagoulis) in the south, via Syntagma. It first opened, between Sepolia and Syntagma, on 28 January 2000, with Line 3.
- Anthoupoli, Thivon street, Peristeri
- Peristeri, under Peristeri city hall
- Agios Antonios in Peristeri
- Larissa Station – Athens central railway station (OSE, Proastiakos)
- Metaxourghio – west of Omonia Square
- Omonoia – underneath Omonoia Square, connection to Line 1
- Panepistimio – near the University of Athens
- Syntagma – Syntagma Square; connection to Line 3
- Akropoli – stop for the Acropolis
- Syngrou Fix – near Andrea Syngrou Avenue
- Neos Kosmos
- Agios Ioannis – next to Vouliagmenis Avenue
- Dafni – in the heart of Dafni
- Agios Dimitrios - near Agios Dimitrios, Ilioupoli, Vouliagmenis Avenue and Athens Metro Mall.
- Elliniko - near the old Hellinikon International Airport
There are no currently extensions under construction.
The New Regulatory Plan for Athens and Attica Prefecture envisages that Line 2 will eventually run from Ano Liosia to Glyfada. 
- "Operation", AMEL - Athens Metro Operation (Attiko Metro Operation Company), 31 December 2010, retrieved 2 September 2012
- "AttikoMetro Inside - Peristeri". Attiko Metro S.A. 7 September 2012. Retrieved 3 October 2012.
- "STASY - Elliniko". STASY. 25 July 2013. Retrieved 16 August 2013.
- "Future Extensions". Attiko Metro SA. 19 September 2012. Retrieved 30 July 2013.