28 Monastiriou Street, Thessaloniki, Greece

As you can imagine, the New Thessaloniki Railway Station is not the first rail hub in this wonderful Greek city. The original station building was built at the very beginning of the 20th century and was very small and hardly a head-turner. So, in the 1960s, a new railway hub was inaugurated, and it didn't change much since then. Of course, the station was keeping up with the time and offers everything you would expect from a modern railway terminal, but the interiors are pretty much unchanged (as the name), making New Thessaloniki Railway Station an important historical sight of the city.



What to Know About New Thessaloniki Railway Station


How many platforms does New Thessaloniki Railway Station have?

The train station in Thessaloniki is the busiest rail hub in sun-kissed Greece, boasting six platforms and nine tracks and welcoming hundreds of people every day.

What services are available at the statioin?

Although the station's facade is rather retro, don't think of the New Thessaloniki Railway Station as outdated. The complex offers everything you need for a stress-free trip, including a large waiting area, plenty of ticket offices, left luggage facilities, a big shopping center, an impressive number of cafes, restaurants, and souvenir shops, and even a small chapel!


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