You can get to Paros Greece either by plane or by boat. If you choose to come by boat, then you should know that the ferries depart from the ports of Pireaus, Rafina, and Lavrio. If you decide to depart from the port of Piraeus with a ferry, then you will arrive at Paros Greece in about 4 hours. On the other hand, if you prefer to get there faster, then you can choose to depart from the port of Pireaus with a high-speed boat and arrive at Paros in about 3 hours.
If you depart from the port of Rafina, then you will arrive at Paros in 3 hours and 15 minutes. Τhe ferry and high-speed schedules are very frequent during the summer months. This provides you with many alternatives to choose from in order to organize ideally your holiday schedule.
If you decide to fly to Paros Greece, then you can do so from the Athens International Airport (Eleftherios Venizelos). The flight will last just 35 minutes, and you will land at the Aliki Paros Airport.