Bus

Take the Georg bus at the Thessaloniki station .

The journey takes approximately 7 h 30 m. Ticket price is about €50 The travel distance is 463 km.

Carrier is Georg.

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Get off at the Plovdiv.


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Bus #2

Take the Citylines bus at the Thessaloniki KTEA Monastiriou station .

The journey takes approximately 7 h 30 m. Ticket price is about €10 The travel distance is 461 km.

Carrier is Citylines.

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Bus

Take the Union Ivkoni bus at the Thessaloniki Monastiriou Bus Stop station .

The journey takes approximately 8 h 30 m. Ticket price is about €14 The travel distance is 482 km.

Carrier is Union Ivkoni.

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Drive

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The journey takes approximately 4 h 28 m. The travel distance is 447 km.

Get off at the Plovdiv.


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The cheapest way to travel from Thessaloníki to Plovdiv is by taking a Bus #2 with an average price of €10. The journey takes approximately 7 ч. 30 мин.

Drive is the fastest way to travel from Thessaloníki to Plovdiv. Tickets cost €50. The journey takes approximately 4 ч. 28 мин.

Thessaloníki is approximately 447 km away from Plovdiv. The trip by car takes 4 h 28 m.

Yes! There is a direct bus with no transfers to this destination. The route is served by the Union Ivkoni company. Tickets cost about €14. A bus trip from Thessaloníki to Plovdiv will take 8 h 30 m.

The average journey time by car between Thessaloníki and Plovdiv is 4 h 28 m.

What to Do in Plovdiv

Plovdiv

Plovdiv is a beautiful city located in the southeast of Bulgaria. It has a long history and many interesting attractions, including several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Some of the things you can see and do in Plovdiv include visiting the oldest surviving church in Bulgaria, going on a walking tour of the old town, enjoying a traditional Bulgarian coffee or pastry, or sampling some local wines.