How much does it cost to take a ferry from Athens to Crete?
There are daily ferries from Athens to Crete all year round, but there are more frequent itineraries during the high season. The ferry trip from Athens to Crete lasts for 7 to 12 hours, depending on the ferry and a ferry ticket from Athens to Crete costs about 30 for a standard seat and 160 euros for a bed cabin.
Is there an overnight ferry from Athens to Crete?
There is at least one ferry from Athens to Heraklion everyday all year round. During the summer months, there are up to 4 ferry crossings per day in this route. … The majority of the ferries from Piraeus to Heraklion are overnight. Read more travel information on how to reach Crete this summer on our blog.
How do you get from Crete to Greece?
Traveling to Crete from Athens is easily feasible, either by plane or by ferry. The 3 airports of Crete, in Heraklion, Chania and Sitia are connected to the Athens International Airport with direct flights, all year long.
Which Greek islands can you visit from Crete?
Enjoy Island-Hopping in the Cretan Sea
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How do I get to Athens by ferry?
There is a direct train from downtown Athens (Monastiraki station) to the Piraeus ferry port. It takes about 20 minutes from central Athens to the ferry port.
How do I get from Athens to Corfu by ferry?
There is no ferry connecting Athens and Corfu.
The duration of the trip is approximately 1h30 and there are available itineraries every 1-2 hours, which start early in the morning and end around midnight. Moreover, Corfu is reachable by ferry from Italy, particularly from the ports of Venice, Bari, and Ancona.
Where do ferries go from Crete?
You can catch a ferry from Crete to other islands in Greece and explore the microcosm of the Aegean Islands. During the summer there are ferries from Crete to Santorini and Mykonos, with daily departures from Heraklion. You can also catch a ferry from Rethymno to popular Cycladic destinations.
How long does it take to sail from Athens to Crete?
Athens To Crete By Ferry
The duration of the ferry sailing from Athens to Crete ranges roughly between 6.5 and 11 hours. Taking a ferry is by far the best way to go from Athens to Crete for scenic sea views and an authentic Greek island-hopping experience. Many crossings are overnight.