Getting Around

Getting around Corfu is fairly simple. Its inexpensive and highly efficient bus service, KTEL Green Buses, services most destinations on the island and connections between Kerkyra and Ag, Benitses, Kavos, Sidari, Stefanos and Ipsos on a daily basis. Also, taxis are easy to hail or book in advance. Stands are located in Corfu Town. Visitors will find plenty of car-hire agencies dotted throughout the island. Boat trips link many of the Greek islands and there are numerous charter flights landing in Cofu during summer months.

Airports

Corfu Airport

The airport sits on the east of the island, two miles (three km) south of Corfu Town

Corfu Airport (CFU)

Overview

A transit bus service (Bus line no.15) runs between the airport and the city centre of Corfu. Travellers can go to all destinations from the bus stop at San Rocco Square and tickets can be purchased from the bus driver.

Location

The airport sits on the east of the island, two miles (three km) south of Corfu Town

Getting to the city

A transit bus service (Bus line no.15) runs between the airport and the city centre of Corfu. Travellers can go to all destinations from the bus stop at San Rocco Square and tickets can be purchased from the bus driver.

Time

GMT +2

Car rental

Hertz, Avis and Sixt are among the car rental companies present at the airport.

Airport Taxis

Taxis are available outside the Corfu Airport Terminal building.

Facilities

The terminal has duty-free shopping, currency exchange, a first-aid station, and ATMs.

Parking

Corfu International Airport has parking.

www.cfu-airport.gr/en

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