IENE 2011 Scientific Workshop and General Assembly, 21–24 September 2011, Nymfeo & Kastoria, Greece

Welcome to the IENE 2011 Scientific Workshop and General Assembly, 21–24 September 2011 in Greece, hosted by ARCTUROS and the University of Western Macedonia. The theme of this years annual meeting will be: “Highways and wildlife: How do they co-exist?”

The site of the meeting, the region of Western Macedonia in Greece, is a place of extreme natural beauty and rich biodiversity. The forests in the area are teeming with wildlife, and are home to rare and endangered species such as wolfs, bears, otters. Unfortunately, ongoing human development and the construction of large infrastructure projects, primarily the development of the national road network have taken a heavy toll on the wildlife in region. One of the main highways of the country, the vertical axis of the “Egnatia” highway (Section “Siatista – Kastoria – Krystallopygi) that connects Greece with its northern neighbor, Albania has been in the past years the showcase of a number of wildlife – vehicle collisions. More than 25 bears and wolves have died in the past years in these accidents. Attendants to the meeting will have the opportunity to visit the sites where all the accidents took place and the needed mitigation measures have discussed, decided but their full completion are not implemented yet as well as they are typical corridor areas between mountain as bear habitat with national and international importance and especially as transboundary zone with Albania.

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ΙΕΝΕ 2011: Επιστημονική Ημερίδα και Γενική Συνέλευση, 21-24 Σεπτέμβρη

Καλωσορίσατε στην Επιστημονική Ημερίδα και τη Γενική Συνέλευση του ΙΕΝΕ για το 2011, από την 21η έως της 24η Σεπτέμβρη στην Ελλάδα, η οποία φιλοξενείται από τον ΑΡΚΤΟΥΡΟ και το Πανεπιστήμιο Δυτικής Μακεδονίας. Το θέμα της φετινής συνάντησης θα είναι: «Αυτοκινητόδρομοι και άγρια ζωή. Πώς συνυπάρχουν;»

Η τοποθεσία της συνάντησης, δηλαδή η περιοχή της δυτικής Μακεδονίας, είναι τόπος εξαιρετικής φυσικής ομορφιάς και πλούσιας βιοποικιλότητας. Τα δάση της περιοχής αφθονούν σε άγρια πανίδα (άγρια ζωή) ενώ φιλοξενούν σπάνια και απειλούμενα με εξαφάνιση είδη, όπως λύκους, αρκούδες, βίδρες. Δυστυχώς, η αυξανόμενη ανθρώπινη ανάπτυξη και η κατασκευή μεγάλων κατασκευαστικών έργων, κυρίως η ανάπτυξη του εθνικού οδικού δικτύου έχει σοβαρό αντίκτυπο στην τοπική άγρια ζωή.

Ένας από τους βασικούς αυτοκινητόδρομους της χώρας, ο κάθετος άξονας της «Εγνατίας» οδού (τομέας «Σιάτιστα-Καστοριά-Κρυσταλλοπηγή), ο οποίος συνδέει την Ελλάδα με το βόρειο γείτονά της, την Αλβανία, υπήρξε τα προηγούμενα χρόνια τόπος όπου διαδραματίστηκε πλήθος συγκρούσεων μεταξύ άγριας ζωής και οχημάτων. Όλα αυτά τα χρόνια περισσότερες από 25 αρκούδες και λύκοι έχασαν τη ζωή τους στα ατυχήματα.

Οι συμμετέχοντες στη συνάντηση θα έχουν την ευκαιρία να επισκεφθούν τις περιοχές όπου έγιναν τα ατυχήματα με αρκούδες τα τελευταία χρόνια, όπου και θα παρασουσιαστούν όλα τα αναγκαία μέτρα που έχουν συζητηθεί και ήδη αποφασιστεί, όμως η πλήρη ολοκλήρωσή τους δεν έχει ακόμη εφαρμοστεί . Οι περιοχές αυτές είναι τυπικές περιοχές ζώνες-διάδρομοι επικοινωνίας με  εθνική και διεθνή σημασία και ιδιαίτερα στη διασυνοριακή ζώνη με την Αλβανία.

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Πρόγραμμα

                                                                               

«Αυτοκινητόδρομοι και άγρια ζωή:

Πώς συνυπάρχουν;»

 

Επιστημονική Ημερίδα ΙΕΝΕ  και Γενική Συνέλευση 2011

 

21-24 Σεπτεμβρίου 2011

Νυμφαίο & Καστοριά

 

Συνδιοργανωτής

Πανεπιστήμιο Δυτικής Μακεδονίας

Με την υποστήριξη:

Υπουργείο Μεταφορών, Συγκοινωνιών και δικτύων, Πρόγραμμα προσπελασιμότητας

Περιφέρεια Δυτικής Μακεδονίας

Περιφερειακή Ενότητα Καστοριάς

Δήμος Αμυνταίου

Δήμος Καστοριάς

Πολυτεχνική Σχολή του ΑΠΘ

Εγνατία Οδός Α.Ε.

Υπό την Αιγίδα

Υπουργείο Περιβάλλοντος, Ενέργειας και Κλιματικής Αλλαγής

Αριστοτέλειου Πανεπιστημίου Θεσσαλονίκης

ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑ

Τετάρτη – 21 Σεπτεμβρίου

Νυμφαίο, Νίκειος Σχολή

15.00: Υποδοχή στο Κέντρο Ενημέρωσης για την Αρκούδα
16.00: Επίσκεψη στο Καταφύγιο της Αρκούδας
18.00: Γενική Συνέλευση (πρώτο μέρος)
20.30: Δείπνο

Πέμπτη-22 Σεπτεμβρίου

Καστοριά, Ξενοδοχείο Limneon,

Επιστημονική Διημερίδα με θέμα:  «Αυτοκινητόδρομοι και άγρια ζωή: Πώς συνυπάρχουν;»

Πρόγραμμα Ημερίδας

08.30 Υποδοχή – Εγγραφές
09.00 Χαιρετισμοί

Εισηγήσεις (στα αγγλικά)

 
1η Ενότητα: Εναρκτήριες παρουσιάσεις – Καθορισμός πλαισίου της συνάντησης

09.30      Georgiadis L. et al.: Highways and wildlife in Greece: How do they coexist? ARCTUROS, Greece.

09.50      Sjolund A.: Introduction of IENE. The aim, the achievements, the new goals. IENE, Sweden.

10.10       Helldin J-O and A. Seiler: Challenges for road ecology – some things we need to do different. IENE and SwedishBiodiversity Centre, Sweden.

10.30       Oginski P.: Transport infrastructure and wildlife: how can EU nature legislation contribute to their coexistence? Invited Speaker. European Commission, DG Environment, Unit “Natura 2000”.

10.50 Διάλειμμα για Καφέ

2η Συνεδρία: Σχεδιασμόςκαι προληπτικός σχεδιασμός έργων μεγάλων υποδομών

11.20: Voumvoulaki N. and G. Krinas: Egnatia Highway: providing sustainable engineering solutions. Egnatia Odos S.A., Greece.

11.40: Zlatanova D. et al.: Facing challenges in a rapid road infrastructure development – The Bulgarian experience with highways, speed roads and Large Carnivores. Invited Speaker, Balkani Wildlife Society, Bulgaria.

11.50: Bottcher M. et al.: Natural corridors and infrastructure in Germany. Bundesamt für Naturschutz, Germany.

12.10:  Mot R. and C.R. Papp: New threats for large carnivore population connectivity in Romania. Presentation of the case of the separate bear population in Western Carpathians in Romania. Greenlight Services Ltd, Romania.

12. 30:  Διάλειμμα για Γεύμα

3η Συνεδρία: Μέτρα για την εξασφάλιση της αποτελεσματικής  επικοινωνίας των πληθυσμών άγριων ζώων

13.30: Huber, D. and J. Kusak: Green Bridges and other structures for permeability of highways inCroatia: Case of Large Carnivores. Invited Speaker, University of Zagreb, Veterinary Faculty, Croatia.

13.50:   Iliopoulos Y. et al: Mitigating wolf habitat fragmentation caused by a multiple large infrastructure system (closed high speed railway and E65 highway) in Central Greece. Expectations, realities and lessons learned. Callisto, Greece.

14.10:  Ioannidis Y.: Effectiveness of road barriers and underpasses for reptiles. The case ofMilosviper (Macrovipera schweizeri). Biosphere, Greece.

14.30:   Puky M.: Amphibian and reptile mitigation measures over roads. Danube Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary.

14.50: Διάλειμμα για Καφέ

4η Συνεδρία: Η παρακολούθηση και η διαχείριση των έργων μεγάλων υποδομών

15.20:  Karamanlidis, A.A. et al.: Bear – vehicle collisions: monitoring the effects of a new source of mortality in an endangered population of brown bears in Greece.  ARCTUROS, Greece.

15.40: Hlaváč V. and P. Anděl.: Traffic Roads and Wildlife Corridors – Identification of Conflict Points.  Agency for Nature Conservation and Landscape protection of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic.

15.50:  Mertzanis Y. et al.: Monitoring highways impact upon bear habitat and population status in NW Greece – the Egnatia highway case study– Results, lessons learned and management implications.Kallisto,Greece.

16.10:  Jagerbrand A.: Understanding human behavior in traffic and accident reduction. Swedish National Roadand Transport Research Institute, Sweden.

16. 30:      Συζήτηση

17.00       Επίσκεψη πεδίου  στον Οδικό άξονα της Εγνατίας (Καστοριά, Γρεβενά)

20.00      Δείπνο

Παρουσιάσεις Poster

(Ανάρτηση στο χώρο των διαλλειμάτων)

Bousbouras D. The impact of road construction on birds and their habitats. Appropriate mitigation and compensation measures. Hellenic OrnithologicalSociety,Greece.

Gori,M. et al. The HABITATS project: Social validation of INSPIRE Annex III Data Structures in EU Habitats. ISPRA – Institute for Environmental Protection andResearch,Italy.

Iliopoulos Y. et al. Differential response of wolves in large infrastructure construction phase. The important role of secondary barriers and social interaction in-between adjacent wolf packs.Kallisto,Greece.

Jagerbrand A. Roadenvironment changes to reduce wildlife accidents.Swedish National Roadand Transport Research Institute,Sweden

Maneas G. and D. Bousbouras. Impact caused by a road in the coastal zone of Gialova wetland. Dead individuals of the endangered African Chameleon of Pylos and other wildlife species. Summarizing ten years work by Hellenic Ornithological Society. Hellenic OrnithologicalSociety,Greece.

Olsson M. et al. Wildlife-Train Accidents and Interactions – Results From a Locomotive Engineers Questionnaire.EnviroPlanningABandSwedishUniversityof Agricultural Sciences,Sweden.

Poláková S. et al. Dear advisory service for animals: When should I not to go across high-speed road? Daphne ČR,CzechRepublic.

Psaroudas S. et al. “LIFE ARCTOS/KASTORIA: A project aiming to improve conditions of bear-human coexistence, including minimization of bear-vehicle collisions in the area of Kastoria. Objectives, actions, first results.Kallisto,Greece.

Puky M. What animals do children want to save from road traffic? Hungarian Danube Research Institute.Hungary.

Seiler A. et al. Train-deer collisions inSweden.SwedishUniversityof Agricultural Sciences andEnviroPlanningAB,Sweden.

Yum W. et al. Effect of around Napahai wetland highway on birds behavior reaction in winter. ChinaAcademyof Transportation Sciences, China.

 

Παρασκευή – 23 Σεπτεμβρίου

09.00 – 11.00 Γενική Συνέλευση (2ο μέρος)

11.00 – 20.00 Εκδρομή – αναχωρήσεις

20.00    Δείπνο

Σάββατο-24  Σεπτεμβρίου

Αναχωρήσεις

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The area of Kastoria and Nymfeo

The town of Kastoria

Kastoria is a tourist destination for all seasons and many interests. The ancient city’s history is visible at every step of the visitor. Pindos, the lines and Vitsi surrounding Kastoria with lush mountain blocks and quaint villages and the river of Aliakmonas and ski resort, provide unique opportunities and pleasures for the traveler.

The great secret of the charm of Kastoria is the Amphitheater of the houses. The feeling is best captured by a boat ride that goes round the lake.

The architecture of houses in Kastoria is of great interest. There are many stone houses that reflect the prosperity experienced in the city’s past two centuries, mainly because of the export trade of fur. Both the houses and churches in the city, maintained a strong Byzantine color with carved stone slab, wooden windows and the use of red tiles.

Kastoria have 76 Byzantine churches. The visitor, other than walks around the lake can spend many fruitful – training – hours in museums that record the best cultural heritage of Kastoria.

The lake of Kastoria

The lake of Kastoria is the most precious treasure of the town. It is her jewel, delight for the visitor as a place of recreation and for the inhabitant a stimulus for romanticism and reminiscence.

Lake Orestida is considered morphologically the most beautiful lake of Greece and haw been announced a Monument of Natural Beauty by the Ministry of Culture.

At the lakeshore there are enough squares and parks. It is a unique hydrobiotope of great importance to the aquatic but also for the birds of prey. It maintains a rich bird fauna, which includes rare and menaced species.

The lake is surrounded by picturesque villages – Dispilio, Mavrochori, Polycarp, Bright Metamorphosis and wall. On the shores of Dispilio identified a very important lakeside Neolithic settlement. On the northern coast there are dense reed beds and coastal forests host a rich and rare winged wildlife. The waters of the delicious varieties of fish such as carp, carp, bass and butterflies caught either pole or “Cast net” – a kind of traditional nets.

The lake of Kastoria Orestiada was what gave life to the residents for more than 7,000 years.

http://www.kastoria.gr/

Nymfeo

The village Nymfeo (formerly Niveasta or Neveska) is designated as “preserved traditional village” and belongs to the are of Florina, Region of West Macedonia located at 1350 m altitude in the eastern Vitsi Mount. Surrounded by beech forest and crossed by paved paths and stone houses. In recent years the contribution of significant people who come from the village has turn the village to remarkable tourist attraction.

Nymfeo is one of the most ideal winter destinations today as it has excellent tourist infrastructure, nature and great views. It consists of picturesque stone houses, cobbled streets and surrounded by a beautiful forest. The village currently operates urban cooperative where women make and launch splendid traditional needlework and other local products, a museum silversmith, ARCTUROS’ Bear Information Centre at the Nikios School, donated by John Jean Nikou (1875-1930), which is now also a Convention Center of University of West Macedonia and finally ARCTUROS’ Bear Sanctuary. In Nymfaio, the visitors have the opportunity to indulge in exciting activities such as hiking, horseback riding, biking and hiking long haul.

http://nymfaio.gr/web/

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The program

“Highways and wildlife: How do they coexist?”

 

IENE 2011 SCIENTIFIC WORKSHOP AND GENERAL ASSEMBLY

September 21-24, 2011

 NYMFEO & KASTORIA

REGION OF WEST MACEDONIA, GREECE

 

Wednesday – September 21

IENE MEMBERS WELCOME AND

OPEN STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING (First Part)

Nikeios School, Nymfeo

(Conference Center of University of West Macedonia and Bear Information Center of  ARCTUROS)

 

15.00: Reception at theBearInformationCenter

16.00: Visit at the ARCTUROS’ Bear Sanctuary

18.00: Open Steering Committee meeting and discussion of the results of the online General Assembly (first part)

20.30: Welcome dinner

Thursday–September 22

IENE SCIENTIFIC WORKSHOP

Limnaion hotel, Kastoria

MAIN THEME: “Highways and wildlife: How do they coexist?”

08.30 Registration

1st session: Opening presentations – setting the framework

09.00    Opening session

09.30    Georgiadis L. et al.: “Highways and wildlife in Greece: How do they coexist?” (ARCTUROS, Greece)

09.50    Sjolund A.. “Introduction of IENE. The aim, the achievements, the new goals” (IENE, Sweden)

10.10     Helldin J-O and A. Seiler: “Challenges for road ecology – some things we need to do different“. (IENE and Swedish Biodiversity Centre, Sweden)

10.30    Oginski P.: “Transport infrastructure and wildlife: how can EU nature legislation contribute to their coexistence?” (Invited Speaker. European Commission, DG Environment, Unit “Natura 2000”)

10.50      Coffee break

 

2nd session: Planning and preventive designing of large infrastructure

11.20: Voumvoulaki N. and G. Krinas: Egnatia Highway: providing sustainable engineering solutions. (Egnatia Odos S.A., Greece)

11.40: Zlatanova D. et al.: Facing challenges in a rapid road infrastructure development – The Bulgarian experience with highways, speed roads and Large Carnivores. (Invited Speaker, Balkani Wildlife Society, Bulgaria)

11.50: Bottcher M. et al.: Natural corridors and infrastructure in Germany. (Bundesamt für Naturschutz, Germany)

12.10:  Mot R. and C.R. Papp: New threats for large carnivore population connectivity in Romania. Presentation of the case of the separate bear population in Western Carpathians in Romania. (Greenlight Services Ltd,Romania)

12. 30: Lunch break

3rd Session: Mitigation measures for effectively maintaining connectivity of wildlife populations

13.30: Huber, D. and J. Kusak: Green Bridges and other structures for permeability of highways inCroatia: Case of Large Carnivores. (Invited Speaker, University of Zagreb, Veterinary Faculty, Croatia).

13.50:   Iliopoulos Y. et al: Mitigating wolf habitat fragmentation caused by a multiple large infrastructure system (closed high speed railway and E65 highway) in Central Greece. Expectations, realities and lessons learned. (Callisto, Greece)

14.10:  Ioannidis Y.: Effectiveness of road barriers and underpasses for reptiles. The case of Milosviper (Macrovipera schweizeri). (Biosphere, Greece).

14.30:   Puky M.: Amphibian and reptile mitigation measures over roads. (Danube Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary).

14.50: Coffee break

4th session: Monitoring and management of large infrastructure

15.20:  Karamanlidis, A.A. et al.: Bear – vehicle collisions: monitoring the effects of a new source of mortality in an endangered population of brown bears in Greece. (ARCTUROS, Greece)

15.40: Hlaváč V. and P. Anděl. Traffic Roads and Wildlife Corridors – Identification of Conflict Points.  (Agency for Nature Conservation and Landscape protection of theCzech Republic, Czech Republic)

15.50:  Mertzanis Y. et al. Monitoring highways impact upon bear habitat and population status in NW Greece – the Egnatia highway case study– Results, lessons learned and management implications. (Kallisto,Greece)

16.10:  Jagerbrand A. Understanding human behavior in traffic and accident reduction. (Swedish National Roadand Transport Research Institute, Sweden)

16. 30: Discussion

17.00  Field trip in Egnatia Hihgway (Kastoria, Grevena)

20.00 Dinner

Poster presentations

(The posters will be exhibited at the coffee break place)

Bousbouras D. The impact of road construction on birds and their habitats. Appropriate mitigation and compensation measures. Hellenic OrnithologicalSociety,Greece.

Gori,M. et al. The HABITATS project: Social validation of INSPIRE Annex III Data Structures in EU Habitats. ISPRA – Institute for Environmental Protection andResearch,Italy.

Iliopoulos Y. et al. Differential response of wolves in large infrastructure construction phase. The important role of secondary barriers and social interaction in-between adjacent wolf packs.Kallisto,Greece.

Jagerbrand A. Roadenvironment changes to reduce wildlife accidents.Swedish National Roadand Transport Research Institute,Sweden

Maneas G. and D. Bousbouras. Impact caused by a road in the coastal zone of Gialova wetland. Dead individuals of the endangered African Chameleon of Pylos and other wildlife species. Summarizing ten years work by Hellenic Ornithological Society. Hellenic OrnithologicalSociety,Greece.

Olsson M. et al. Wildlife-Train Accidents and Interactions – Results From a Locomotive Engineers Questionnaire.EnviroPlanningABandSwedishUniversityof Agricultural Sciences,Sweden.

Poláková S. et al. Dear advisory service for animals: When should I not to go across high-speed road? Daphne ČR,CzechRepublic.

Psaroudas S. et al. “LIFE ARCTOS/KASTORIA: A project aiming to improve conditions of bear-human coexistence, including minimization of bear-vehicle collisions in the area of Kastoria. Objectives, actions, first results.Kallisto,Greece.

Puky M. What animals do children want to save from road traffic? Hungarian Danube Research Institute.Hungary.

Seiler A. et al. Train-deer collisions inSweden.SwedishUniversityof Agricultural Sciences andEnviroPlanningAB,Sweden.

Yum W. et al. Effect of around Napahai wetland highway on birds behavior reaction in winter. ChinaAcademyof Transportation Sciences, China.

 

Friday – September 23

Nikeios School, Nymfeo

Open IENE Steering Committee Meeting (and discussion of the results of the online General Assembly (Second Part)

09.00-11.00 Steering Committee (2nd part)

11.00- 20.00 Excursion – departures

20.00  Dinner

Saturday– September 24

Departures

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Accommodation

For IENE members accomodation will took place at Nymfeo hotels. Please contact with secretaeriate for booking your rooms according το your preference and the follow list of hotel and prices:

Nymfeo Hotels Prices for double room Single Room
LA MOARA 100 98
LA BETLOU 70-80
ΕΝΤΕRΝΕ 50-60 50
NYMFES 80-100 70
ΑΤΗΙΝΑ 80 75
NIVES 60 60
KONTOGIANNIS 60-70
LA GALBA 50-60 50
LINOYRIA 70 50
CASA MARE 60-80
NEVESKA 40-50 35-40
IARTIDIS 50-60 50-60

For Open Scientific Workshop participants please see and contact with the follow list of hotels in Kastoria

Hotels and Hospices in Kastoria

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Transportation

Transportation from “Macedonia” airport to the bus station KTEL “Macedonia”:

1) By Taxi. The taxies are at the exit of the airport.

http://www.oasth.gr/index_eng.php

2) or by urban bus at the exit of the airport . Bus number 78: Airport- Intercity bus Terminal (via city center).

Ticket Servise

Airport: 06:00-21.15

Transit station-KTEL (bus services): 06:00-21.15

IMPORTANT NOTE: SATURDAY – SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS ticket services are closed.

Departure from terminal working day

05:30`, 06:00`, 07:00`, 08:00`, 09:15`, 10:15`, 11:30`, 12:00`, 13:00`, 14:15`, 15:30`, 16:30`, 17:00`, 18:30`, 19:00`, 20:00`, 21:00`, 22:00`

Departure from terminus working day

05:50`, 06:20`, 07:20`, 08:20`, 09:20`, 10:00`, 11:00`, 12:30`, 13:00`, 14:00`, 15:15`, 16:30`, 17:00`, 18:00`, 19:15`, 20:15`, 21:15, 22:15,

Departure from terminal Saturday

05:30`, 06:00`, 07:00, 08:00`, 09:15`, 10:15, 11:30`, 12,00, 13:00`, 14:15`,` 15:30` 16:00`, 17:00`, 18:30` 19:00`, 20:00`, 21:00`, 22:00`

Departure from terminus Saturday

05:50`, 06:20`, 07:20`, 08:20`,,09:20`, 10:00`, 11:00`, 12:30`, 13:00`, 14:00`14:45` 15:15`, 16:30`, 17:00`, 18:00`, 19:15`, 20:15`, 21:15`,, 22:15` 23:00`

Departure from terminal Sundays

05:30` 06:00`,07:00`,, 08:00`,,09:15`,` 10:15`, 11:30`, 12:00, 13:00`, 14:15`, 15:30`, 16:00`, 17:00`, 18:30`, 19:00`, 20:00, 21:00`, 22:00`

Departure from terminus Sundays

5:50`, 06:20`, 07:20`, 08:20`, 09:20` ,10:00`, 11:00`, 12:30`, 13:00`, 14:00`, 15:15`, 16:30`, 17:00`, 18:00`, 19:15`, 20:15`, 21:15`, 22:15`, 23:00`

Note: Duration of route: 30΄

KTEL MACEDONIA

Giannitson str 244, Thessaloniki 54628,

Florinas Ticket office tel: +302310595418 Fax: +302310595473

http://www.ktelmacedonia.gr/en/home/list/

Location

Macedonia Intercity Coaches Station is located 5km west of Thessaloniki city centre. It is easily accessible through the city centre as well as through the new west hub of the city through which it is directly connected with Thessaloniki ring road.

The destination is the town of Amindeo, 140 km from Thessaloniki, and the ticket office is the one of Florina city.

Bus details to travel from Thessaloniki to Amindeo and Amindeo Thessaloniki

Routes From Thessaloniki to Amindeo Florina

Departure Arrival Duration
  7:30*   9:40 2h 10m
10:30 12:40 2h 10m
13:00 15:10 2h 10m
15:30 17:40 2h 10m
17:30 19:40 2h 10m
20:00** 22:10 2h 10m
20:30*** 22:40 2h 10m

*not available Saturday and Sunday

** not available Saturday and Sunday

***not available from Monday to Friday

Routes from Amindeo To Thessaloniki

Departure       Arrival         Duration

7.00*                  9:10               2h 10 m

9.30                   11:40              2h 10 m

13.30                15:40              2h 10 m

15.30                17:40              2h 10 m

17.30               19:40              2h 10 m

20.00*           22:10              2h 10 m

*not on Sundays

Ticket Prices

One Way: 11,90

Return: 17,00

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