Avlida Railway Station Greece

Article about Avlida Railway Station Greece

The Avlida railway station is located on the central section of the Piraeus, Demerli and Frontiers Railway in Halkida, Greece. It was opened on 8 March 1904. The station is a short walk from the city centre and the beach Asteria. It is also within walking distance of the historic fortress Karababa and mount Dirfis.

Anger in Greece is mounting over poor railway safety after a head-on collision between two passenger trains on Tuesday in the village of Tempi killed 57 people. Police are investigating whether the driver of one of the trains received instructions to ignore a red light.

As a result, the transport minister has resigned and rail workers are going on strike. A three-day period of mourning is under way.

It is recommended to leave the main bags in storage at your hotel in Athens, as you will only be spending a night in Kalambaka for your Meteora tour. If this is not possible, try to bring a backpack with only the essentials.

There are several ways to get from Avlida to Athens. The best option depends on your budget and travel time preferences. You can use the booking engine of Rome2Rio to find all the available options, including flights, buses and trains. The prices are updated in real-time and you can book your ticket online with a few clicks. Then you can start your journey and enjoy your trip!

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