Indeed, with the import of the electro-motion in Greece in 1904, the steam-driven railroad that covered the route Piraeus - Thissio during the prior 45 years became one of the first European Metro rails.
We had to reach the dawn of 21st Century for the completion of the huge and complex project of constructing the Attiko Metro (considering the age and the cultural history of Athens).
Given the worsening traffic conditions in the streets of Athens and the accelerated coverage of distances that the Metro offers, the Athenian public soon showed its trust in this mode of transportation.
The Metro Network of Athens
Athens Metro Stations of Line 1 (Green Line)
Athens Metro Stations of Line 2 (Red Line)
Athens Metro Stations of Line 3 (Blue Line)
Athens Metro: Tickets & Information
▶︎ Athens International Airport
▶︎ Athens Metro
▶︎ Athens Tram
▶︎ Athens by Taxi
▶︎ Athens Buses & Trolleys
▶︎ Trains (OSE)
▶︎ Intercity Buses (KTEL)
▶︎ Athens Car Rentals
▶︎ Athens by Car
▶︎ Port of Piraeus
▶︎ Port of Rafina
▶︎ Port of Lavrio
▶︎ Marinas of Athens