A Few Words
About Alexandroupolis

Alexandroupolis is a city of Thrace and the capital of the Evros Regional Unit. It has 64,109 inhabitants and is the largest city in the region of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace. It is an important port and commercial center of northeastern Greece, since it has a strategic geographical position connecting Europe with Asia. It is one of the most important transport hubs, as it is accessible by all means, by air, rail, road and ferry. Egnatia Odos is the largest main road that passes through Alexandroupoli and connects the city with the rest of Greece.

Athens / Thessaloniki

Ktel operates daily multiple routes to and from the 2 largest cities in Greece, Athens and Thessaloniki. The itineraries can be either direct or with intermediate stops at various points on the route. Tickets are also available through the application eTicket.

Evros prefecture

The itineraries in the cities and the villages of the prefecture are frequent and run through the ring roads, fully covering the needs of the public both in the speed of access to the destination and in the safety of the trip.

The rest of Greece

Itineraries are made to most cities in Greece such as Komotini, Xanthi, Kavala and many others, connecting Alexandroupolis with other national and regional road axes. Tickets are also available through the eTicket application.