The “jewel” in the crown of the Railway Carriage Theater “To Treno sto Roof”, having both historical and aesthetic value, constructed in 1927, also known as “the Greek Wagon”, is an original wagon-restaurant from the celebrated Orient Express -and in particular of the “Simplon” route.
Fully refurbished, one of the few remaining examples of its type, it is steeped in the atmosphere of this legendary era and is home to the music stage. Inside this mystical environment, 33 privileged spectators have each time the chance to experience a unique evening: Original music performances, art events and theme-nights are held here and food and drinks are also served
The Wagon Bar is an old wooden cargo, used to transport “eight horses and twenty men” during the Second World War. Nowadays it opens as a bar until late at night, with music, DJs, drinks and snacks. It also often hosts site-specific performances.
In this atmospheric and cosy wagon guests can enjoy a drink, meet the artists from the various performances or can even hold a party. During the summer months the wagon also operates as the outdoor Bar “Apovathra”.
Organize your events at the unique venues of the Railway Carriage Theater to Treno sto Rouf. The team can arrange for you the event you wish and recommend delicious menu and artistic happenings.
The Wagon Restaurant is a restored pre-war dining car, which is now a restaurant. Guests can enjoy a meal in the authentic, romantic atmosphere of a bygone era or attend art installations, live music shows, foto exhibitions and innovative artistic events, depending on the artistic program of each season.
Discover “Apovathra”, the outdoor platform of the Railway Carriage Theater to Treno sto Rouf, at Rouf railway station, only ten minutes from the lively Gazi district.
Enjoy refreshing cocktails, delicious Greek snacks, hip DJ sounds, art exhibitions, video screenings and live musical performances. Escape to the coolest spot of the city during summer. Enjoy the atmosphere among the blooming oleanders and the subdued lighting from the train carriages of the unique Railway Theater.