City of Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki is the second-largest city of Greece and capital of the Central Macedonia region. It is a vibrant metropolis by the sea, with about a million inhabitants, 3,000 years of history, and a rich culinary and cultural scene. It is a rising tourist destination (recommended as a top destination by Lonely Planet and the New York Times). It is the home town of three universities and two research centers (>100,000 students, >10,000 scientists and researchers).
Getting to Thessaloniki
You can easily reach Thessaloniki from all over the world by air, landing in the Thessaloniki International airport (SKG). In addition to various other direct flights, daily connections of Thessaloniki with major hubs such as Munich, Frankfurt and Vienna ensure easy access from almost anywhere. The Athens International airport (ATH) is another hub that you can use for reaching Thessaloniki; Athens to Thessaloniki is a short (approximately 40-minute) flight, and there are more than 10 connections daily between the two airports.
The conference will be hosted in the Mediterranean Palace Hotel (address: 3, Salaminos & Karatassou str., Thessaloniki, Greece), https://www.mediterranean-palace.gr/en. This is a luxury hotel in the city center, next to the entertainment district of “Ladadika”, and very close to both the seafront promenade and the main shopping streets of Thessaloniki.