Athens’ road network consists of motorways, national roads, highways and asphalt roads. Greece’s main road axes are:

Athens – Thessaloniki (E 75)
Athens – Corinth (E 94)
Corinth – Patras (E 65)
Corinth – Tripoli – Kalamata (E 65)
Patras – Pyrgos – Olympia (E 55)
Thessaloniki – Kavala – Alexandroupoli (E 90)

The new Attiki Odos Motorway in Athens is a cutting-edge motorway that links the town of Elefsina (located in western Attica) to the Eleftherios Venizelos Athens International Airport (Spata, eastern Attica). Part of the Athens peripheral ring road, it circumvents Athens and offers 27 main and secondary interchanges for entrance and exit into /from the capital. To enter the motorway tolls are paid, the fare depending on vehicle category based on height and axis number. For more information go to: http://www.aodos.gr

Ymitos circumferential road is a modern highway connecting the southern suburbs of Athens Greece (districts such as Argyroupoli, Elliniko, Glyfada, Voula, Vouliagmeni, Varkiza) to the north (districts such as Papagou, Agia Paraskevi, Psyhiko, Holargos) and providing access to the new Attiki Odos Motorway.

Driver’s Licenses: EU citizens can use their own.Other nationals should have an International Drivers License in addition to their valid driver’s license. Traffic Police: 10400; +302105284000

Attiki Odos Motorway – The Attiki Odos is a cutting-edge motorway in Europe linking the town of Elefsina (located in western Attica) to the “Eleftherios Venizelos” Athens International Airport (Spata, eastern Attica). Part of the Athens peripheral ring road, it circumvents Athens and offers 27 main and secondary interchanges for entrance and exit into /from the capital. To enter the motorway tolls are paid, the fare depending on vehicle category based on height and number of axes.