Agia Marina metro station

Agia Marina (Greek: Αγία Μαρίνα) is an underground metro station in Athens, Greece. The station has park-and-ride facilities.[2] A part of the Piraeus extension, construction works on the station began in 2007, before the rest of the extension. It was expected to become operational by 2010 but was delayed several times due to the Siemens Greek bribery scandal.[3] The station opened to the public on 14 December 2013 and served as the line's western terminus until 2020.[1]

Αγία Μαρίνα
Agia Marina
The station's platforms in February 2023
General information
LocationIera Odos and Agias Marinas street
Agia Varvara
Coordinates37°59′49″N 23°40′04″E / 37.99694°N 23.66778°E / 37.99694; 23.66778
Managed bySTASY
Line(s)Athens Metro Line 3
Structure typeUnderground
Bicycle facilitiesYes
Previous namesChaidari
Key dates
14 December 2013Opened[1]
Preceding station Athens Metro Athens Metro Following station
Agia Varvara Line 3 Egaleo



The station is located underneath Iera Odos, outside the Egaleo town hall. It is located on the border of Egaleo and Agia Varvara municipalities and also close to the Haidari municipality.

Station description


The station can be accessed by two ground-level entrances, both of which have granite-covered walls and a glass ceiling and lead to the concourse level. The south entrance also bears a blue glass-covered pergola in front of it. The concourse level is rectangular, with granite-covered walls and blue cylindrical columns. One of the walls is covered with rectangular tiles coloured red, yellow and orange. The concourse level's ceiling is grey with two parallel blue stripes above the blue columns. The platforms are on an east–west axis and each platform's decoration is divided in two sections. The east sides' walls are covered with polished granite blocks. In the west sides the platforms are slightly wider, the ceiling is supported by cylindrical blue pillars and the walls are also covered with polished granite tiles. The ceiling is white with two blue stripes above each platform's edge and the part above the tracks is covered with curved white metal panels.


Exit Location Image Accessibility Coordinates
    Iera Odos/Ag. Marinas Str.       37°59′49″N 23°40′03″E / 37.996840°N 23.667598°E / 37.996840; 23.667598
    Iera Odos/Kalvou Str.      37°59′51″N 23°40′04″E / 37.997522°N 23.667739°E / 37.997522; 23.667739



Parts of an ancient pipeline were discovered during the station's construction. The pipeline is exhibited on the concourse level.

Bus Connections


Agia Marina serves as a hub for local buses of west Attica. Only stops that are within 200m. from any of the station's exits are listed. Special bus routes are not included.

Stop Route Coordinates
Number Destination
Agia Marina Station  803  Dasos 37°59′52″N 23°40′02″E / 37.997793°N 23.667300°E / 37.997793; 23.667300
 811  Chaidari
 837  Agia Varvara
 866  Aspropyrgos
 876  Elefsina
Agia Marina Station  803  Piraeus 37°59′51″N 23°40′03″E / 37.997419°N 23.667470°E / 37.997419; 23.667470
 837  Agia Marina
 866  Agia Marina
 876  Agia Marina
 891  Attiki
 892  Agia Varvara
1st Agias Marinas  837  Agia Marina 37°59′46″N 23°40′01″E / 37.996164°N 23.667073°E / 37.996164; 23.667073
 866  Agia Marina
 876  Agia Marina
 891  Agia Varvara
 892  Agia Varvara

Station layout

- Exits
Concourse Customer Service, Tickets
Side platform, doors will open on the right
Platform 1   towards Nikaia (Agia Varvara)
Platform 2   towards Athens Airport (Egaleo)
Side platform, doors will open on the right


  1. ^ a b "Commissioning of "Aghia Marina" metro station". Attiko Metro. Athens. 13 December 2013. Archived from the original on 18 October 2022. Retrieved 18 October 2022.
  2. ^ "ATHENS METRO – Commissioning of "AGHIA MARINA" METRO Station – ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟ ΜΕΤΡΟ Α.Ε." Retrieved 2023-10-14.
  3. ^ "Athens Metro - Egaleo – Aghia Marina extension Aghia Marina station". Attiko Metro S.A. 29 August 2013. Archived from the original on 2 December 2013. Retrieved 19 December 2013.