Greece Airport Transfers

About our services in Greece

Travel with comfort and safety from and to all major airports in Greece with our private airport transfer service. Avoid the crowds at the airport and book your airport taxi in advance. We provide punctual and efficient transfers at all-inclusive, fixed prices.

Greece is a country in Southern Europe with a population of 11 million people. The country is located on the Balkan Peninsula, and its neighbouring countries are North Macedonia, Albania, Turkey and Bulgaria. The country has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild winters.

The official language in the country is Greek, which is one of the oldest Indo-European languages. Just like most of Europe, in Greece, the driving side is on the right. Their official currency from its introduction in 2002 is the EURO.

The capital of Greece is the stunning and one of the world's oldest cities, Athens. With a population of 3.8 million people, Athens is one of the biggest economic centres in Europe. It is also home to one UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Acropolis. Be sure also to visit the port city of Piraeus, Agora where you can find the ruins of the Ancient Marketplace and Glyfada.

Athens offers a variety of transportation options that consist of a bus fleet, trolleybus fleet, a commuter rail service, tram network and taxis.

Another famous location that you should check out if you are ever in Greece is Delphi. This historical place is a Unesco World Heritage Site, on the lower part of Mount Parnassus. It has ruins from temples, a stadium and one theatre dating from the 8th century BC.

The country is famous for its rich history, its ancient monuments and festivals. Greece is also known for its hundreds of islands and beaches that provide numerous water activities like surfing, kite-surfing and snorkelling. The most popular islands are Mykonos, Zakynthos, Santorini, Kefalonia and Corfu.

The public transport network in Greece is well developed. They have a commuter rail network, a lot of taxi companies and also two rapid transit railway networks in Athens and Thessaloniki.

Athens Airport is the busiest one in Greece with 21 million passing passengers. The airport has two terminals. The main terminal has two Halls, A and B. Hall A is used for international destinations and also has flights to non-Schengen countries. Hall B offers flights to domestic destinations and Schengen countries. If you decide to travel by public transport, your transfer options are by bus, metro and airport taxi.

The second busiest airport is Heraklion Airport, and its location is on the island of Crete. They named the airport after the Greek writer and philosopher Nikos Kazantzakis. It has one terminal that gets very crowded, especially during the summer period.

Thessaloniki Airport is the third most visited airport in the country with over 6 million passengers. The airport serves the city of Thessaloniki and also the Chalkidiki area with the famous summer resorts Kalithea, Hanioti, Fourka and Pefkochori. It has one terminal with three floors.

The most convenient way to travel to your hotel is by booking a private airport transfer with us. Our top-rated service includes a meet and greet at the arrivals gate and door-to-door transport with a professional, English-speaking driver. You can search for a quote online, and the prices for an airport taxi in Greece are fixed and all-inclusive.

We offer economy and premium vehicles for individual and group transfers. Book your airport taxi in minutes using our desktop and mobile web application, and select to pay to the driver or online via a secured payment method.