Thessaloniki Bus Station

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Thessaloniki Bus Station
bus service
LocationThessaloniki
 Greece
Coordinates40°39′16″N 22°54′09″E / 40.6545°N 22.9024°E / 40.6545; 22.9024Coordinates: 40°39′16″N 22°54′09″E / 40.6545°N 22.9024°E / 40.6545; 22.9024
Owned byKTEL
Bus routes41+
Construction
Parkingyes
History
OpenedSeptember 2002 (2002-09)
Traffic
Passengers25,000 daily (approximately)

Thessaloniki Bus Station, also known as the Macedonia InterCity Bus Terminal, is the main bus station of Thessaloniki, Greece and the largest bus terminal in Greece. It is located in the west part of the city. Construction began in October 1996 and it was opened to the public in September 2002. It serves about 20 to 25 thousand passengers and 800 coaches departures per day to various cities all over Greece, as well as some routes to Albania, Bulgaria and Germany.[1] It is connected with the rest of the city via OASTH, which operates about 120 buses per hour. The company, which operates the buses and owns the station is named KTEL. This terminal is serves 41 KTEL (the bus companies in Greece for each province) routes, as well as some other bus lines internationally.

Destinations [2][edit]

Buses Cities
Albatrans Bilisht, Durrës, Elbasan, Fushë-Krujë, Korçë, Lac, Lezhë, Librazhd, Pajovë, Peqin, Rrogozhinë, Shkoder, Tirana
KTEL Achaias Patras
KTEL Attikis Athens-Kifisos, Athens-Halkondili, Piraeus
KTEL Artis Arta
KTEL Arkadias Tripoli
KTEL Aitoloakarnanias Agrinio, Missolonghi
KTEL Thessalonikis (Prefecture) Asprovalta, Kalamoto, Nea Apollonia, Nea Vrasna, Petrokerasa, Stavros, Zagliveri
KTEL Thessalonikis Athens-Kifisos, Ioannina
KTEL Ioannina Ioannina
KTEL Ilias Amaliada Pyrgos
KTEL Imathias Alexandria, Kleidi, Korifi, Meliki, Naousa, Platy, Veria
KTEL Magnisias Volos
KTEL Larissis Elassona, Larissa
KTEL Trikalon Kalambaka, Trikala
KTEL Kozanis Kozani, Ptolemaida
IterTravel Ancona, Bilisht, Bucharest, Bratislava, Brno, Budapest, Cologne, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Durrës, Elbasan, Gevgelija, Frankfurt, Istanbul-Otogar Essenler, Iserlohn, Keşan, Korçë, Krnov, Librazhd, Lüdenscheid, Mannheim, Munich, Olomouc, Opava, Ostrava, Prague, Skopje, Sofia, Štip, Tirana, Wuppertal
Summer Routes: Hagen, Jaroměř, Negotino, Veles
KTEL Grevena Grevena
KTEL Florina Amyntaio, Florina
KTEL Pellis Aridaia, Edessa, Giannitsa, Krya Vrysi, Pella, Skydra
KTEL Xanthis Xanthi
KTEL Evrou Alexandroupolis, Orestiada
KTEL Rodopis Komotini
KTEL Serron Irakleia, Nigrita, Rodolivos, Serres, Sidirokastro
KTEL Kastoria Kastoria
KTEL Evias Chalkida
Summer Routes: Aidipsos, Aliveri
Crazy Holidays Durrës, Elbasan, Korçë, Tirana
KTEL Pierias Aiginio, Katerini, Litochoro, Platamon
KTEL Boetias Thiva
KTEL Iraklion Heraklion, Piraeus (by boat)
KTEL Korinthias Corinth (via Athens-Kifisos)
KTEL Messinias Kalamata
KTEL Zakynthou Zakynthos (via Kyllini and Patras) (by boat)
KTEL Lefkadas Lefkas
KTEL Kerkyras Corfu, Igoumenitsa (by boat)
KTEL Chanion Chania, Piraeus (by boat)
KTEL Dramas Drama
KTEL Kilkis Axioupoli, Evropos, Goumenissa, Kilkis
KTEL Fthiotidos Lamia
KTEL Fokidos Amfissa, Lamia
Olympic Lines Bulgaria Aytos, Blagoevgrad, Burgas, Dupnica, Haskovo, Karnobat, Nova Zagora, Omurtag, Pazardzhik, Pleven, Plovdiv, Ruse, Sandanski, Shumen, Sliven, Sofia, Stara Zagora, Targovishte, Varna
Olympic Lines Balkan Belgrade, Budapest, Gevgelija, Skopje, Štip

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