Platy Railway Station Greece
The Platy railway station (Greek: , Romanized: Sidirodromikos stathmos Plateos) is the train station of Platy in Imathia, Central Macedonia, Greece. It was opened in 1894 and is located southwest of the residential area at the junction of the Piraeus-Platy railway and Thessaloniki-Bitola railway 1.3 kilometres (0.81 mi) southwest of Platy town centre. It is served by intercity trains between Athens and Thessaloniki, and since 9 September 2007 by Proastiakos Thessaloniki services to Katerini, Larissa, Edessa and Florina.
Travelling by bus is a great way to get around Greece, but there are some things to keep in mind before you book. With regional KTEL companies operating independently, there is often a lack of coordination between services and the quality of public information (particularly for tourists) can be patchy. Buses are also often overcrowded during peak season.
With all this in mind, it can be difficult to work out the best way to get to Platy from Athens. However, if you are flexible with your schedule and can choose to travel at off-peak times then it may be possible to find a cheaper option.