The standard means of public travel on land in Greece are buses. Railway connections are usually very limited, although services on the route Athens - Patra and the Northern Line are gradually improving. However, it is the coaches cover their trails from almost every tourist route in the area of Greece, although not often run on the road side, and provide basic connections in the islands. Travel between the islands are, of course with the need to use the ferries. Ferry connections are extensive and provide a get for each of the 166 inhabited islands. Aircraft are relatively expensive - three or four times the cost for multiplying the ferry taking place on the board, while twice as compared to the cheapest cabin.
Travel by bus services cover major routes, both on the continent and islands. They are effective and universal. On the road sub-buses will operate less regularly and long stops, but even the most distant villages will be covered by the line connections.
The Greek railway network, run by the OSE is limited in scope to the mainland and a few small exceptions trains are much slower than their corresponding bus routes. However, must admit that the trains are much cheaper means of transportation.
Most travel by sea will be reduced to move to the islands and between them. We can make use of the routes between Athens and the south-eastern ports of specific Peleponez until Yithio.
The cult of motorcycles in Greece is highly developed. Chaired by a jealous god that is a motorcycle, usually requiring regular sacrifice to him.
Cars have a basic, obvious advantage, which is the possibility of getting into the least accessible parts of the Greek mainland. However, Greece is one of the most expensive countries in Europe in terms of the cost of renting a car.
Greek taxis are among the cheapest in the whole of Western Europe, of course, taking into account that we will get an honest taxi driver.