A Few Words
About Ioannina

Ioannina, also known as Giannena, is the largest city of Epirus and the capital of the Regional Unit of Ioannina with a population of nearly 70,000 inhabitants. They are located in the northwestern part of mainland Greece, in the center of the homonymous basin and are characterized by a rich cultural tradition and of course Lake Pamvotida, which is adjacent to the city. The prefecture is mainly mountainous and access is mainly by road with the routes of KTEL Ioannina.

Athens / Thessaloniki

Ktel operates daily multiple routes to and from the 2 largest cities in Greece, Athens and Thessaloniki. The itineraries can be either direct or with intermediate stops at various points on the route and are served via Olympia / Ionia and Egnatia roads respectively. Tickets are also available through the application eTicket.

Ioannina prefecture

The itineraries in the cities and the mainly mountainous villages of the prefecture are frequent and run through the ring roads, fully covering the needs of the public both in the speed of access to the destination and in the safety of the trip.

The rest of Greece

Itineraries are made to most cities in Greece such as Patra, Larissa, Volos, Edessa, Kozani, Kalamata, Igoumenitsa, Arta, Corinth and many others, connecting Ioannina with other national and regional road axes. Tickets are also available through the eTicket application.