Discover Athens, the crossroads of Europe, Africa and Asia.
From rich cultural immersions such as philosophy walks and workshops on pottery or ancient Greek sandals to exploring the lively urban neighbourhoods, the cool shopping and design scene, and electric nightlife, Athens is a city where more than 80 World-famous museums and 2 UNESCO sites go hand in hand with a vibrant contemporary cultural life. With more than four millennia of recorded history and an abundance of sites, museums and locations, Athens is a city where one can see history unfold before their eyes.
Megaron International Conference Centre
Vas. Sofias & Kokkali
115 21 Athens
With over 300 days of sunshine a year, Athens is known for its mild climate and clear, blue skies. Temperatures usually remain above 22º Celsius from April until October.
Getting around in Geneva
The Athens public transport system is affordable, reliable and covers most of the city and suburbs. You can use all means of public transport using the same ticket (a single ticket costs €1.20 and is valid for 90 minutes). A day pass (€4.10) is valid for unlimited travel (except airport services) for 24 hours. There are also 5-day tickets and 3-day tourist tickets available.
Means of public transport in Athens includes Metro, Suburban Railway, Buses & Trolleybuses, and Trams.
For more information on public transport and the cost of tickets please visit the This Is Athens website