Information about the train Tréno (T). How to book tickets for Tréno (T). Find photos and films about the train.
Treno is a classification for passenger trains in Greece covering very diverse routes and purposes. This includes the night train from Athens via Thessaloniki to Alexandroupoli as well as stopping trains on secondary lines such as from Palaeofarsalos to Kalambaka.
Trains are operated with various types of trains with different kinds of amenities. You will find trains composed of the same coaches used on Intercity trains (Athens to Kalambaka and Athens to Alexandroupoli night train), as well as class 520 DMU (Thessaloniki to Edessa and Alexandroupoli to Dikaia). On shorter distance services you will find class 560 or 621 DMU.
- most trains are 2nd class only
- bicycle transport on most trains
- facilites for the disabled on most trains
- restaurant car on the Athens - Kalambaka and Athens - Alexandroupoli trains
Athen - Thessaloniki - Alexandroupoli | Athen - Lianokladi - Palaeofarsalos - Kalambaka | Palaeofarsalos - Kalambaka | Larisa - Volos | Thessaloniki - Platy - Edessa | Alexandroupoli - Dikaia
reservation possible but not required
2nd class: EUR 1
1st class: EUR 1
Buy the train ticket at a railway station. Note: in some countries you have to pay a service fee at the ticket counter. The ticket can be purchased at a station in the country of departure, also sometimes in other countries.