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Little Train of Pelion.

€45 / per person
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This day trip offers the chance to experience a ride on the famous train of Pelion, created in 1895. In this itinerary we can discover details of  one of the most characteristic railway lines in the world (60 cm wide narrow gauge railway).

 

Being a  work by Evaristo de Chirico – the father of the famous painter Giorgio de Chirico –  is known for its high aesthetics and its architectural harmony, parts of which are the bridges we cross along our way.

We depart by bus from Volos or Agios Ioannis to Ano Lechonia. At the station of Ano Lechonia we board on  the train and enjoy the one and a half hour adventure with the so-called “Mountzouris”, meaning in greek ” being covered with coal dirt” ( by the colas that used to be the fuel).

Having arrived at the railway station of Milies, we follow a path towards the village center, with its famous square and the exceptionally decorated -with wood carved interior- church.

Optionally we  can continue by bus to Vizitsa, where we will have a traditional lunch and visit the traditional attractions of villages.

Return to our place  early in the afternoon.

Prices include:
Transportation with minibus & the train’s tickets

 The time of departure and return depend on the starting times(Volos and other areas of Pelion). The route can be done either having Ano Lehonia or Milies as our start, always depending on availability of seats on the train.
Minimum participation: 5 Persons
CODE: ADE 808

Highlights:

  • The Train “Moutzouris” itself
  • The bridge of De Chirico
  • The square and church of Milies.

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7 hours
3 years+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Volos or Agios Ioannis to Ano Lechonia
  • Departure Time
    Approximately 09.00PM
  • Return Time
    Approximately 15.00AM

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