Thissio Metro Station

“Thissio” Metro Station - Line 1

Thissio is an Athens Metro Line 1 station, located in Thiseio. It is located in Athens and took its name from the nearby Temple of Hephaestus which is famous as Thiseio. The station was first opened on February 27, 1869 and was renovated in 2004. It has two platforms.

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➡️ The “Thissio” metro station of line 1 “Piraeus – Kifisia” (green line) has only one elevator. In order to access it, you have to cross a steep incline (over 140 metres of distance you “rise” 3 metres of altitude). This uphill slope is located to the left of the main entrance.

➡️ The ramp for the accessible entrance is slightly downward, without a railing.

➡️ The station is fully accessible. Remember to embark from the first door of the first train car, where there is also the relevant signage.

➡️ Thissio metrois equipped with an adapted toilet, which can be opened upon request.