The bus line Χ80 PIRAEUS- AKROPOLIS- SYNTAGMA EXPRESS started its operation on April 30th, 2015 according to the Athens Urban Transport Organisation (OASA).
The bus line X80 covers the round route in 60 minutes – a 25 km distance – meaning that passengers in just 30 minutes, can get to Athens city centre from the Port of Piraeus, and vice versa. X80 is executed on a daily basis every 30 minutes, from 7:00 am until 9:30 pm (departing from the Xaveriou coast terminal station).
It has multiple bus stops, displaying several locations of particular tourist interest in Piraeus and Athens.
Bus Line X80 Route and Stops
- TERMINAL X80
- OLP cruise terminal to Athens
- PIRAEUS ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM to Athens
- PIRAEUS COAST ZEA/ PASALIMANI
- PIRAEUS KASTELA MIKROLIMANO
- SYGGROY-FIX METRO STATION
- ACROPOLIS to Athens
- ACROPOLIS to Piraeus
- SYGGROU-FIX METRO STATION to Piraeus
- N.FALIRO METRO STATION-KARAISKAKI STADIUM
- PIRAEUS MUNICIPAL THEATRE to terminal
- PIRAEUS ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM to terminal
- OLP to terminal
- TERMINAL X80
Valid tickets for the X80 bus line are:
a. €4 Daily Ticket, which is valid for 24 hours from validation, providing commuters the ability for unlimited travel within the network of TfA. Daily Tickets are sold by the line’s bus drivers for the exact amount, at all public transport ticket kiosks and automatic ticket machines, and the “TfA Tickets” mobile ticketing application (available at Google Play Store for Android and Apple Store for iOS).
b. €20 for a 3-day Tourist Ticket, providing commuters the ability for unlimited travel within the network of TfA, including 1 roundtrip to/from the Athens International Airport. Tourist Tickets are sold at selected public transport ticket kiosks and the “TfA Tickets” mobile ticketing application.
Additionally, Transportation for Athens continues its collaboration with the Benakis Museum, which offers to all passengers of the X80 line, a reduction to the entrance fee to its four museums buildings (Main Building – 1 Koumbari St. & Vas. Sofias Avenue, Pireos St. Annexe – 138 Pireos Avenue, Museum of Islamic Art – 22 Ag. Asomaton & 12 Dipilou Street, and N. Hadjikyriakos-Ghika Gallery – 3 Kriezotou Street).
Source: Athens Urban Transport Organisation