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You can reach Paros by ferries that leave from Piraeus port and from Rafina port. You will not have a problem finding a ferry that suits your schedule during the summer season however you may have difficulty in finding tickets especially near the weekends or on July August. Always try to make reservations in advance if it is possible. Tickets prices vary according to the type of ferry you will choose. A normal ferry boat from Piraeus takes about 5 hours to get to Paros, while with "high-speed" boats, the ticket is more expensive but your journey is not more than 3 hours. Paros is connected with other Greek islands such as Ios, Mykonos, Naxos, Rhodes Santorini.
Paros airport is about 9 kilometers from Parikia, near Aliki village. Your choices to get there are either a local bus or a taxi. Make sure your are aware of the journey rate when you get on the taxi. Olympic Airways flies daily to Paros from Athens Elftherios Venizelos Airport.
Once on the island you can get around places by bus, taxi or rent a car. Busses are frequent and connect most main areas of the island. You can find a taxi in the port (Parikia) or Naousa. A good tip is to keep the mobile phone number of the driver that takes you so that you can call them later if you need a ride.