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Stathmos Larisis - Central Train Station

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Stathmos Larisis - Central Train Station

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Theodore Diligiannis Plateia Larisis, Athens 104 39 Greece
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Schoujoon wrote a review Aug 2019
Belgium49 contributions5 helpful votes
Old, not that clean but with all the facilities needed. Had already printed iur tickets to Meteora. We put our luggages in the lockers which can easily fit a medium or large-sized samsonite suitcase since we had to checkout at the hotel for 12am and our train is at 03:00 pm then we went to eat in front at the station souvlaki place.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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muffinrebel wrote a review Feb 2019
Singapore, Singapore63 contributions6 helpful votes
Beware of pickpockets as well as all those people around who always try to approach you. Got a bad experience traveling in Athens.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Cathrine L wrote a review May 2018
Penang, Malaysia35 contributions25 helpful votes
TRAVELLERS BEWARE: FAILED PICK POCKET. Close encounter with pick pockets not once but twice during our Greece trip. Both happened inside MRT train. Pick pockets are present in many countries and it depends on how they work their "modus operandi', some are lone ranger and some work in groups and they are very skilful. Our trip to Greece was smooth, all worked out according to our schedule and itinerary. Nothing exceptional until the last 2days. 1st incident: We boarded a train from airport to destination/hotel and as it's not our first time boarding a train to/from airport-hotel, we know which train to take and where to change trains and stop. So, all goes well until a "friendly" stranger knowing us being a traveler approached us asking us where we were going and so forth and showing us where we should stop .... so as to be polite I listen to him when he point on the train map direction where u need to look up........ however as my hubby already know where to stop, he didn't look up to where he pointed. but instead looked at him. Both my hubby's hands were full tending to our luggages. As my hubby didn't look up, he sensed something near his trouser pocket was out of place, so he quickly check his pocket and realised that someone tried to pick his pocket as the items had been moved.... It happened very fast especially when we were about to disembark from the train. 2nd incident: Today being our last day at Athens, as usual we boarded a train to airport. As it is peak hour in the morning, the train was crowded too. This time, i tried to be more alert especially on a lookout on my hubby's pocket. Well, what do you know..... the pick-pockets, don't know how many but definitely more then one, they will all get close to you when the train is about to stop, as though they are going to disembark from train as well. I was standing a bit further away from the door and kept looking at his pockets. When i saw a hand about to go in his pocket, i shouted and caught a hand of a girl who was trying to pick his pocket when train reached a train station. Quickly she left the train.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Vasileios N wrote a review Feb 2018
Athens, Greece7 contributions3 helpful votes
Up till 2017 Train Services were Public. Now it is being Privatized and already fresh money are poring in the Facilities. New platforms are being built (to be opened on March 2018) and new electric trains are bought to minimize the travel distance from Athens to Thessaloniki down to 3.5 hours.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Eunice2005_12 wrote a review Jun 2017
Singapore, Singapore25 contributions8 helpful votes
There is thieft who tried to steal my luggage when i went to toilet within a few mins. We quickly left the place by taxis. Becareful when you come here. Kids running to me, trying to steal my money when i open my wallet. or beggar beg for money for foods. A messy place, unsafe place to visit. Pls avoid this place if possible. Travel by train , announcement of the designation is in greek language not in English. if you don't english, you have to ask your neighbour when to get down the train. Not tourist friendly. Taxis nearby the trains station raise their taxis charges they charged me twice times more than the normal rate becareful esp tourist kenna chop by them. A few security guard are patrolling inside the boarding platform.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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