There are many factors that contribute to the tourism of Athens, and one of these is the train stations. One of these stations is located in Kallithea, and it is also named after the suburb; thus, it is known as the Kallithea Station. This train station is an ISAP station under the Attiko Metro Green Line.
Having started in July 1, 1928, the Kallithea Station underwent renovations in the year 2004. The train station serves quite a lot of commuters every day. It is one of the main transport systems that locals as well as tourists use to get around the city and travel to other places within Greece. As such, it can be rightfully called one of the major contributors to the tourism of Athens. It also helps that travelling by train is one of the cheapest ways to get around the city and in Greece, especially if you wish to take in some sights and attractions.
Address: Kallithea, Athens, Greece
Opened: 1 July 1928
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