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|Cheapest return price for the current month||from $2,912*|
|Cheapest return price over next 6 months||from $1,033*|
|Cheapest month||May 2024|
|Most expensive month||May 2024|
|Average flight time||17h 45m|
Compare Cheap Perth to Athens Flights
Secure your tickets from Perth to Athens and arrive in the heart of Ancient Greece, the birthplace of democracy, philosophy, theatre, freedom of expression and speech. Enjoy unsurpassed sightseeing of some of the most important ancient monuments dating from the 5th-century BC. Although most famous for history and antiquities, Athens is a modern city offering the best in authentic Greek cuisine, vibrant nightlife and shopping. Athens is also the gateway to the Greek Isles, which are just magical with sparkling turquoise waters, gentle breezes, and the smell of olives wafting through the air.
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Best time to visit Athens
The best time to visit Athens
Athens has a Mediterranean climate with mild rainy winters and hot and sunny summers. The best time to visit Athens is during spring (April to mid-June) and autumn (September to late October), as these seasons offer milder weather and lighter crowds. These shoulder periods also present opportunities for cheap airfares from PER to ATH, as well as discounted accommodation. During the summer, temperatures can reach up to 35°C with occasional heatwaves of 40°C and above. As with many European capitals, Athens slows down in August when locals leave for their summer holidays. Make sure you check opening and closing times of attractions, shops and restaurants.
Departing From Perth
Overseas flights depart from Perth Airport International Terminal 1 and check-in is easily accessible.The quickest way between Perth Airport (PER) and Athens (AIA) is a one-stop flight, which will take close on 19 hours. Qantas Airways; Emirates Airlines and Qatar Airways use a one-stop route through the Gulf, stopping in Dubai or Doha.
Getting to Perth Airport
Perth Airport is serviced by excellent connections which means getting to the airport is quick and easy whether you head out by car, jump in a taxi or take public transport. Transperth operates regular bus services between Perth Airport, Perth City and other local centres. Transperth 40, 380 and 935 bus lines will get you from the CBD to the airport within 20 minutes. If you choose a taxi it will take about 20 minutes from the Perth CBD and a one-way fare is about of $43 AUD. Rideshare options are popular and Perth Airport has dedicated drop-off areas at all terminals.
Parking at Perth Airport
Perth Airport has Long Term and Short Term parking options for every budget and timeframes for all terminals. Plus you can save money by booking online and in advance.
Where to Park at Perth Airport
Travellers with flights from Perth to Athens also have the option of leaving their car at the airport, and there are good parking facilities for both domestic and international travellers.
- Short Term: The airport’s international terminal short term is located right in front of the terminal. Drive-up rates begin from $49 AUD per day, or $315 AUD for a 6-7 day stay. It is then $35 AUD per day for every additional day.
- Long Term: This area is located further away from the terminals but is serviced by a free shuttle bus that runs every 10 minutes, 24/7. Rates for Long Term parking start at $27 AUD per day, and $143 AUD for 8 to 9 days. It is then $11 AUD per day for every additional 24 hours.
Arriving in Athens
Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos (ATH) is Greece’s busiest airport, with more than 20 million passengers passing through yearly.
How to Get from Athens International Airport (ATH) to Your Athens Hotel or Accommodation
Athens International Airport is located 33 kilometres from the city centre; a journey that takes about 25 minutes by car or taxi. The airport is serviced by public transport buses and metro, as well as taxi services. Route X95 buses head directly to Syntagma square, one of the most central points in Athens. A One-way fare costs about €5 ($8 AUD). Athens Metro runs from the airport to the city, and trains operate every 30 minutes. This transit takes about 40 minutes and tickets are approximately €8 ($13 AUD) per person. Taxis are plentiful and it is a fixed fare of €35 ($55 AUD) during the day and €50 ($80 AUD) at night for travel to downtown Athens.
Things to do
Things to do in Athens
Athens is more than 3000 years old and is dominated by landmarks dating back to the Greek Empire, such as the Acropolis, a “UNESCO World Heritage Site”. This site homes remains of several ancient buildings, including the Parthenon. Today, Athens is a busy and modern capital city. Be sure to take some time to visit the numerous Byzantine churches and stroll through the Plaka district north of the Acropolis to explore the narrow pedestrian streets, which are lined with traditional houses, small shops and family-run tavernas. The famous Athens Marathon, which is recognised as the original marathon course, is held each November.