Opa!: A guide to Greek Festival parking and transportation this weekend, Oct. 6-8


The Original Greek Festival is in full swing, with tens of thousands of visitors expected around Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Montrose this weekend.

So, if you are planning to celebrate, don’t forget to make a transportation plan.

Parking is not permitted on the streets immediately surrounding the cathedral, but there are several easy and affordable ways to get to the festival.

Three B-cycle stations are located nearby and bike racks are available at the festival.
Consider taking METRO:

25 Richmond
56 Airline/Montrose Crosstown
82 Westheimer – West Oaks

All of these routes make stops near the cathedral.

You can also rideshare as Yellow Cab is offering a $25 credit when you download the z-trip app and use the promocode “Greek.”

The festival runs through Sunday.

From ABC13

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  1. The picture is of St. Basil the Great Church, on the west side of Houston on Eldridge south of I-10. The Greek Orthodox church referred to in this new item is Annunciation Church off of Montrose.

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