Thousands of people fleeing conflicts and poverty in countries as Syria, Iran, Afghanistan and Somalia aren`t provided with legal routes to enter Europe. As a consequence, they are using dangerous routes on the Aegean on rubber dinghies. A big amount of refugees enter Greece through the island of Lesbos, with Turkey as a starting point. After successfully crossing the sea, the refugees are continuing their journey either by walking or on buses to the city center of Lesbos, where they are able to catch the ferry to Athens.