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How to get there

  • By regular bus from Athens to Lavrio
  • By regular bus from Athens airport to Lavrio

What to visit

  • Old Town Hall
  • Municipality Cultural Center
  • 1st Elementary School
  • The Market
  • Archaeological Museum

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Ferry destinations from and to Lavrio

  • Lavrio-Kea-Kythnos-Syros: High speed and Conventional ferries
  • Lavrio-Agios Efstratios-Mirina Limnos-Kavala: Conventional ferries

About Lavrio

Lavreotiki reaches out toward the southeast of Attica. The zone has indications of residence from the Neolithic time frame, as individuals were constantly pulled in by the rich subsoil. Most likely the very name «Lavrion» originates from the word «Lavra» or «lavri», which implies rear way, cleared road. The word can likewise be found in the colossal old Greek lyrics by Homer (eighth century B.C.), which means the hallway, or an entry. Since the mines' abuse has ceased, and until the mid nineteenth century, there aren't any signs human nearness in the region. Truth be told, the town of Lavrio is an advanced town, established in the late nineteenth century by European exploiters. At present, Lavrio has around 10000-11000 occupants, while in summer the number of inhabitants in the locale is essentially expanded. Until 20 years prior, Lavrio was a modern town, with a populace of more than 20,000 occupants. Every purpose of Lavreotiki, either around the local area or in suburbia, has something essential to appear about the Greek modern and design advancement; a visit to Lavrio appears like a preparation course on the development of Greek culture from ancient history to the present day.

Distances from Athens airport

  • Lavrion port: 40 km
  • Athens center: 34 km
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