City Of Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki is known to be the second-largest city of Greece and the capital of the Central Macedonia. The city has many stories to tell, starting by the moment of its foundation in 316/315 B.C., the city was named after Thessaloniki, sister of Alexander the Great and daughter of Philip II, King of Macedonia. Its has rich cultural and culinary scene, also recommended as a top destination by Lonely Planet and New York Times. It is home town of three Universities and two research centers.
Getting to Thessaloniki
Getting to Thessaloniki is easy. Direct flights are offered from major European hubs. Details can be found at HOW TO GET TO THESSALONIKI.
To get around the city, you should rely on OASTH. Public transportation in Thessaloniki consist of buses. 01Χ / 01N from the Airport Macedonia to city center.
There are several hotels next to the Conference center, University Campus and the City Center in this hyperlink, (Venue is the blue mark in the map).
The conference will be hosted in the Aristotle University Research Dissemination Center (KEDEA) (address: 3is Septemvriou, AUTh Campus,
Thessaloniki 546 36 , Greece). This is a luxury Conference Center in the city center, very close to both the seafront promenade and the main shopping streets of Thessaloniki. For more details you can visit the following links, Venue, how to get here.
The KEDEA building is connected
with the following bus lines:
- 2, 7,14,58 Bus Stop University of Macedonia
- 17,24,37 Bus Stop Fititiki Leschi
- 10,31 Bus Stop Agia Foteini- University of Macedonia
- 27,28,83 Τerma Grammis
- 01Χ ‘MACEDONIA AIRPORT – K.T.E.L‘, Bust Stop Agia Foteini- University of Macedonia, after 00:00 the Bus in named 01N.