The Athens public transport organisation OASA unveiled a new three-day ticket costing 15 euros that will be valid for travel on all means of public transport in and around Athens as of last week.

The new tourist ticket has been designed to act as a travel card for those visiting Athens for short stays.

It gives unlimited travel for three full days after it is first used, including journeys to and from the airport and the 400 OASA Athens sight-seeing bus.

The new ticket will be on sale at the ETHEL buses at the airport, the Proastiakos suburban railway stations at the airport, Larissis and Piraeus, Syntagma metro station and the ISAP electric railway stations at Piraeus and Omonia.