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The cheapest way to get from Follonica to Athens is to train and fly which costs 45€ - 270€ and takes 8h 41m.
The quickest way to get from Follonica to Athens is to train and fly which costs 80€ - 290€ and takes 7h 10m.
No, there is no direct bus from Follonica to Athens. However, there are services departing from Follonica Leopardi Centro Comm. and arriving at Athens via Grosseto F.S., Florence and Beograd. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 37h 54m.
The distance between Follonica and Athens is 1224 km. The road distance is 2258.8 km.
The best way to get from Follonica to Athens without a car is to train and car ferry and bus via Bari which takes 28h 43m and costs 130€ - 420€.
It takes approximately 7h 10m to get from Follonica to Athens, including transfers.
Follonica to Athens bus services, operated by Tiemme Spa, depart from Follonica Leopardi Centro Comm. station.
The quickest flight from Pisa Airport to Athens Airport is the direct flight which takes 2h 15m.
Follonica to Athens bus services, operated by Crazy Holidays, arrive at Athens station.
Athens is 1h ahead of Follonica. It is currently 9:52 AM in Follonica and 10:52 AM in Athens.
You can take a bus from Follonica to Athens via Grosseto F.S., Firenze Autostazione, Florence, and Beograd in around 37h 54m.
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Yes, the driving distance between Follonica to Athens is 2259 km. It takes approximately 22h 8m to drive from Follonica to Athens.
Aegean Airlines, Ryanair and Alitalia offer flights from Pisa Airport to Athens Airport.
There are 6092+ hotels available in Athens. Prices start at 87€ per night.
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