Difference between revisions of "Volos"

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Towards Velestino:
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Towards Velestino (then, all directions):
take the Larisis street, until you reach the periferic. From there it's easy to catch somebody coming from Volos or the Pilio mountain. On business hours they only go to the nearby factories, but on Sunday afternoon there's many people going back home after the weekend, so it's the best time to catch a long ride to [Thessaloniki] or [Athens].
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take the Larisis street, until you reach the junction with the peripheral. (city bus going that direction to be confirmed). From there it's easy to catch somebody coming from Volos or the Pilio mountain. On business hours they only go to the nearby factories, but on Sunday afternoon there's many people going back home after the weekend, so it's the best time to catch a long ride to [Thessaloniki] or [Athens].
 
If the driver doesn't go to your direction, ask him to drop you at the Velestino intersection, which is much easier.
 
If the driver doesn't go to your direction, ask him to drop you at the Velestino intersection, which is much easier.
  
Towards N. Agxialos
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Towards N. Agxialos (then south) :
This road is slow and passing through many villages. You might get rides to the next village. Although this way is shorter in distance, it's longer in time. Eventually you will get somebody going to Athens.
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This road is slow and passing through many villages. Although it's shorter in distance, it's longer in time. You will easily get rides to the next village, and eventually somebody going to Athens.
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Out of topic: train to Larisa every 2 hours costs 3,6€ at the desk (3,2€ online), and to Thessaloniki at 8:30am 12€ at the desk (9,1€ online). Maybe you want to avoid hitch-hiking, if this cost is small to you.

Revision as of 19:27, 31 October 2015

Towards Velestino (then, all directions): take the Larisis street, until you reach the junction with the peripheral. (city bus going that direction to be confirmed). From there it's easy to catch somebody coming from Volos or the Pilio mountain. On business hours they only go to the nearby factories, but on Sunday afternoon there's many people going back home after the weekend, so it's the best time to catch a long ride to [Thessaloniki] or [Athens]. If the driver doesn't go to your direction, ask him to drop you at the Velestino intersection, which is much easier.

Towards N. Agxialos (then south) : This road is slow and passing through many villages. Although it's shorter in distance, it's longer in time. You will easily get rides to the next village, and eventually somebody going to Athens.

Out of topic: train to Larisa every 2 hours costs 3,6€ at the desk (3,2€ online), and to Thessaloniki at 8:30am 12€ at the desk (9,1€ online). Maybe you want to avoid hitch-hiking, if this cost is small to you.