Getting to Nafplio and Argolis

Getting to Nafplio and Argolis

Nafplio is the first capital of Greece and the capital of the perfecture of Argolis.That makes getting to Nafplio a very easy that takes about 2 hours.

Getting to Nafplio by Car

Access to Argolis prefecture can be achieved through the existing road network, using the Athens-Kalamata highway. Traveling from Athens to the capital, Nafplio, is about 1,5-2 hours.

Getting to Nafplio by Bus

There are regular bus routes that connect Argolis with Athens and other locations of Greece on a daily basis. There are daily itineraries to: Athens, Corinth, Nafplio, Tolo, Drepano, Lygourio, Palea Epidavros, Nea Epidavros, Mycenae, Argos, Tyrintha, Tripoli, Kranidi, Porto Heli, Costa, Methana, Galatas, Agia Triada, Tiryntha, Midea and Nea Tyrintha. Argolis is also connected by bus with Patra, Kalamata, Tripoli and the islands of Hydra, Spetses (Bus stop Costa) and Poros (Bus stop Galatas).

For more information please visit the KTEL Argolida website ( and buy your tickets online.

Telephone numbers of the most famous bus stops of Argolis:

  • KTEL of Argos: 0030 27510 69323
  • KTEL of Nafplio: 0030 27520 27323
  • KTEL of Athens: 0030 210 5134588

Getting to Nafplio by plane

The Prefecture of Argolis has no airport. The closest airports are located in Athens (Eleftherios Venizelos) and Kalamata.

Getting to Nafplio by Train

Unfortunately there is no railway connection of Argolis and Nafplio.