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.
3 months ago
Very nice port. Very crowded as well. Make sure to go much earlier in case you need to catch a ferry.
It is a wonderful place.
7 months ago
Do NOT take a taxi from the queue at the port if you are not Greek. These guys are taxi mafia and try to show you the GPS and how much longer it will take and overcharge you. It’s a real scam and if you don’t pay, they drop you at the Metro and tell you it costs one euro. They will drive you all over while chatting you up and then start the scam. The port is complicit in this. They are taxi mafia and all the Greeks will tell you the same. Something has to be done. Photo the car and plate and number and the driver and report it. It is especially common for single passengers. They do it at the airport too. I was told to tell the airport police. Ya, where are they.
8 months ago
4 months ago
I love this place