Volos Railway Station Greece

The picturesque railway station of Volos, designed by the engineer Evaristo De Chirico, father of surrealist painter Giorgio de Chirico is an architectural masterpiece and a sight to see for any visitor to the city. It was built in 1884 and remains almost unchanged since then. Its elegance and neoclassical style give it an extra touch of class that makes it stand out among the rest.

The train complex that houses the Volos Railway Station Greece is also home to other services like facilities for train maintenance and a bus terminal. Today Volos is connected with Athens and Thessaloniki by direct lines while the railway line runs to Larissa 15 times a day.

One of the most popular things to do in Volos is take the Little Train of Pelion. This is a scenic way to explore the mountain villages of Ano Lechonia and Milies. You can get to the train station from Volos in a number of ways including by taking a city bus on the Volos – Lechonia – Platanidia line that stops at Kala Nera. It is also possible to access the station by car as it has parking space right in front of it. There are brown signposts that clearly show the direction to the station.

For more information about things to do in Volos, head to the Volos Tourist Info Centre. It’s easy to find and has plenty of leaflets and free city maps that will help you plan your time. The centre is located in Palias, 15, Feon Street. The city museum is also worth a visit as it displays old photographs and papers from the past century and shows how Volos has developed into a modern city.

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