Greek cooking and wine holiday

Greek Islands, Paros, Greece

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Getting there

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Nearest airport

Once in Paros airport, you can take a taxi to the cookery school (approx. 30 Euros).

Travelling from Athens
You might need to fly to Athens airport first depending on where you are travelling from.

Travelling by plane from Athens
Fly from Athens to Paros airport. Flights to Paros depart 2 or 3 flights per day with Olympic Airlines and take about 30 minutes from Athens. Once in Paros airport, you can take a taxi to the cookery school for about 30 Euros.

By bus or taxi from Athens airport
The ‘E96’ bus from Athens airport to Piraeus port takes about 1.5 hours for the bus trip from the airport to the port of Piraeus port. It goes every 20 minutes from the airport and costs around 5 Euros per ticket.

Or you can take a taxi from Athens airport (takes about 1 hour to go to Piraeus port, costs about 50 Euros).

Once at Piraeus port, take the ferry to Ambelas Port in Poros (between 3-5 hours depending on the ferry, costing between 30-48 Euros).

You can take a taxi from Ambelas Port in Paros to the cookery school (roughly 22-25 Euros each way).

By ferry
You can also reach Paros by ferry from all of the Cyclades Islands and a number of different Greek Islands including Thessalonica, Crete, Ikaria, Samos or Rhodes as well as Athens.

Full, detailed directions will be shown on your booking confirmation voucher.