INHSU 2024

8-11 October 2024

Megaron International Convention Centre
Athens, Greece

The 12th International Conference
on Health and Hepatitis
in Substance Users

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Travel & Visa Information


If you are travelling from overseas, check what documentation is required for you to enter Greece.

Visa and travel documentation

Learn about the documents you might need to enter Greece here. If you are unsure about what documents or visa you need, we encourage you to contact the Greek Embassy in your permanent country of residence.

Visa applications can be submitted up to 6 months before the intended travel. Visa applications can take up to 45 days to be processed.

We encourage you to submit your visa application as early as possible.

Getting here

Airport: Athens Airport is the international airport of Athens and is located less approximately 34km from the Athens city centre. Learn more about travel to and from the airport here.

Metro: Syntagma is the most central metro station in Athens. Syntagma Metro Station can be accessed from the airport via Metro’s Line 3 (Blue Line)

COVID-19 and travel

For the latest advice on travelling to Greece during the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit the website here.

Getting around in Athens

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