Piraeus is located 12 km southwest of the center of Athens and toward the sea ends at the northeastern coast of the Saronic Gulf. It is today the largest commercial and passenger port in Greece.
Here you will visit museums, such as the Archaeological Museum and the Maritime Museum of Greece, great monuments such as parts of the walls of the 5th century BC, remains of ancient temples and buildings but also modern buildings such as the neoclassical Municipal Theater, industrial buildings of the authorities of the 20th century, preserved neoclassical buildings and impressive modern buildings, such as the Peace and Friendship Stadium and the G. Karaiskakis Stadium.
You can use the metro and get off at “Piraeus” station. Also, from Athens, there are regular bus services that start from Filellinon Street in Syntagma Square and Athinas Street in Omonia Square and end in Akti Xaveriou.