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[Feb. 17th, 2007|10:43 pm]
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ellinika

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okay, so this is a weird question, but I'm trying to travel from Paris to Athens around April 6th. I'd like to be there for Easter. What would be the cheapest way to get there? I tried using Orbitz.com and found a oneway ticket for $180 or around 140E, but would it be cheaper to take a ferry from Italy? Or maybe a flight from London? OR is there a city I could fly into that would be cheaper? How much is the train? Any, ANY information would be helpful on travel to and in Greece. Thank you thank you thank you.
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[User Picture]From: mummimamma
2007-02-18 11:08 am (UTC)
I have no idea about travelling from anywhere but Norway to Athens, and the only plane is applicable unless I have a week extra to travel:) Train would take a lot of time though, so unless you're in it for the trip I wouldn't recommend it. Same thing with the boat, you have to get to Italy and spend a rather boring day on board the boat (unless you have company of course), and unless I was traveling for the sake of travelling - and preferably with company - I'd take a plane.

My recommendation is to take the plane, it gets you there, and you don't have to buy lots of extra food and books for the trip.

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