Operators said Thursday that public transport in Athens will stop operating earlier than usual on New Year’s Eve.
Trolleybuses and regular buses will start returning to their depots after 22:00, that is, there will be no flights after 23:00.
Trains on metro line 1 will depart for the last time from Piraeus to Kifissia at 22:20, from Omonia to Kifissia at 22:39, from Kifissia to Piraeus at 22.20 and from Omonia to Piraeus at 22:52.
On metro lines 2 and 3, the last trains will depart at the following times: from Antupoli to Elliniko at 22:44, from Elliniko to Antupoli at 22:42, from Nikaya to Athens international airport at 21:31, from Nikaya. to Dukissis Plakentias at 22:41, from Athens International Airport to Nikaya at 22:02, to Dukissis Plakentias to Nikaya at 22:39 and from Syntagma in all directions at 23 hours
Tram service will also be limited, with the last T7 flights departing from Asklipeio Voulas to Agia Triada at 21:51 and from Agia Triada to Asklipeio Voulas at 22:07.
The last T6 flight departs Syntagma to Pikrodafni at 10:39 pm and from Pikrodafni to Syntagma at 9:50 pm.
For passengers traveling on the T6 and T7 lines, the last tram from Syntagma to Axlepio Voul departs at 21:54 and to Agia Triada at 21:30.
In the opposite direction, the last tram from Axlepio Voula to Syntagma departs at 21:22, and from Agia Triada to Syntagma at 21:19.