Paiania–Kantza station

Paiania–Kantza station is located north east of the suburban town of Paiania in Athens, East Attica. This station first opened to Proastiakos trains on 30 July 2004,[2] with Athens Metro services calling at this station from 10 July 2006.[3]

Logo of the Athens Metro Operating Company (AMEL).svg Παιανία-Κάντζα
Proastiakos icon (no text).svg
LocationKantza, Athens
Coordinates37°59′03″N 23°52′12″E / 37.98417°N 23.87000°E / 37.98417; 23.87000Coordinates: 37°59′03″N 23°52′12″E / 37.98417°N 23.87000°E / 37.98417; 23.87000
Operated byTrainOSE
Line(s)Athens Metro Line 3.svg
Athens Airport–Patras railway[1]
Structure typeAt Grade
Platform levels2
Opened30 July 2004
Rebuilt10 July 2006
Preceding station   Logo of the Athens Metro Operating Company (AMEL).svg Athens Metro   Following station
Line 3
towards Airport
Preceding station   Proastiakos icon (no text).svg Proastiakos   Following station
towards Piraeus
Line 1
towards Airport
towards Ano Liosia
Line 4
towards Airport

The station's platforms have two levels, with each end serving trains from either the Athens Metro or Proastiakos: Proastiakos Aigio-Airport line trains stop at the southern end while Athens Metro Line 3 trains stop at the northern end.[4] As of 2013 the station is served by three Proastiakos trains per hour to the airport, two to Ano Liosia and one to Kiato.[5]


Although the station signs mention the name Paiania-Kantza, all trains' announcements call the station simply Kantza.

Station layoutEdit

Platform 1   towards Kiato,   towards Nikaia (Pallini)
Island platform, doors will open on the left
Platform 2     towards Airport (Koropi)


  1. ^ "OSE - 2017 Network Statement Annexes".
  2. ^ "Athens Timeline (Proastiakos, Metro, Tram, Lycabettus)". CityRailTransit. 30 December 2010. Retrieved 8 October 2012.
  3. ^ "UrbanRail.Net > > ATHENS - ATHINA Metro - Line 3". 2004. Retrieved 8 October 2012.
  4. ^ "Urban Rail Transport SA (STASY SA) - Stations - Paiania-Kantza". Urban Rail Transport Company (STASY S.A.). Retrieved 8 October 2012.
  5. ^ "Railway Timetable" (PDF). Proastiakos. Archived from the original (PDF) on 8 July 2013. Retrieved 13 August 2013.