Fast and reliable Paros airport taxi
The stunning traditional villages and turquoise waters of Paros make it one of the top destinations in Greece. We know that as soon as you land, all you want to do is drop off your luggage at your hotel and start exploring, that’s why we recommend a fast, reliable and extremely comfortable Paros airport taxi for your transfer to Paros.
As soon as you land at Paros Airport (PAS), your personal taxi driver will be there to greet you. They will be holding a sign with your name on it, waiting for you just outside of the arrivals hall doors. Even if your flight schedule changes unexpectedly, our drivers will be instantly updated with the new arrival time, to ensure an easy transfer from Paros airport. After welcoming you, your driver will help you with your personal belongings and direct you to your pre-selected vehicle.
As you make your way into the town of Parikia, the main town of Paros island, your driver will share with you some useful information about places worth visiting, along with guidelines for an enjoyable stay. At Welcome Pickups, we collaborate with only the finest taxi drivers, and all of our employees are qualified English speakers. Take this chance to relax and enjoy a pleasant Paros airport taxi ride directly to your hotel.
You can still book a ride with Welcome Pickups to get around the island, flag a Paros Taxi down on the street, find a taxi rank near one of the main tourist spots or call a radio taxi.
Hand picked & english speaking drivers
Same price as a regular Taxi from the line
Drivers are always on time
24/7 Email & Phone support
(05:00 - 24:00)
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A Paros airport taxi to suit every group
We offer a variety of transfer services at Paros Airport (PAS), including a complete fleet of sedans and minivans. Because of this, we are able to accommodate groups with various needs and any number of people. The most effective choice for a group of 4 or fewer is a full-size family car, whereas, our spacious minivans are the ideal option for a group of up to 8 people.
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Directions for your Paros airport transfer
Paros National Airport is the only airport on the island of Paros and it hosts flights mainly to Athens, Thessaloniki, Heraklion and Prague. The shortest route from Paros airport to the town centre of Paros (also known as Parikia) is 10 km, so the total Paros airport taxi ride takes approximately 10 minutes. Once your driver exits the airport compound, they will follow the signs to Pounta. Then you will turn right onto Epar.Od. Parikias-Pountas and left on Lochagou Kourtinou. Finally, your taxi driver will make their way to Eth. Antistasis and you will have arrived in the city centre of Paros.
Why choose a Paros airport taxi?
Trying to navigate public transport networks from Paros airport isn’t only time-consuming and stressful, but it also means that you’re exposing your precious personal belongings to the public. Instead, taking a Paros airport taxi means that you can keep your baggage safe and make your way directly to your hotel in just 10 minutes.
Cost of a Paros airport taxi
The local taxi drivers at Paros airport don’t offer a set rate fee for the journey into the centre of Paros. Instead, you will be charged using a taximeter based on the distance travelled. The total cost will be around €46 in the day and €55 at night. Note that the local drivers may also add on additional fees, so to ensure a set-rate, you can book your Paros airport transfer with Welcome Pickups instead.
The benefits of booking a Welcome Airport Taxi
The main advantage of Welcome Pickups, compared to other similar companies, is the broad selection of travel options that we offer, which allows our customers to fully personalise their travel experience. For example, we allow you to purchase skip-the-line tickets in advance for the most well-known attractions of Paros, such as the Paros Archeological Museum, the Aqua Paros Water Park and the Paros Jazz Academy. Your tickets will be handed to you by your driver on the day of your pickup, in order to save you time by skipping the big lineups at the ticket counters.