Venue & Hospitality
Conference Dates: June 29-30, 2020
Hotel Services & Amenities
- Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
- Business Center.
- Business Phone Service.
- Complimentary Printing Service.
- Express Mail.
- Meeting Rooms.
- Office Rental.
- Photo Copying Service.
- Secretarial Service.
- Video Conference.
- Video Messaging.
- Video Phone.
- Baggage Storage.
Athens is a worldwide city and one of the greatest financial focuses in south eastern Europe. It has a huge money related segment, and its port Piraeus is both the biggest traveller port in Europe, and the second biggest on the planet. The Municipality of Athens (additionally City of Athens), which really comprises a little managerial unit of the whole city, had a population of 664,046 (in 2011) within its official limits, and a land region of 38.96 km2 (15.04 sq mi). The urban territory of Athens (Greater Athens and Greater Piraeus) stretches out past its authoritative metropolitan city limits, with a population of 3,090,508 (in 2011) over a region of 412 km2 (159 sq mi). As per Eurostat in 2011, the utilitarian urban region (FUA) of Athens was the ninth most crowded FUA in the European Union (the sixth most crowded capital city of the EU), with a populace of 3.8 million individuals. Athens is additionally the southernmost capital on the European territory and the hottest significant city in Europe.
Athens spreads over the central plain of Attica that is frequently referred as the Athens or Attica Basin (Greek: Λεκανοπέδιο Αττικής). The basin is surrounded by four enormous mountains: Mount Aigaleo toward the west, Mount Parnitha toward the north, Mount Pentelicus toward the upper east and Mount Hymettus toward the east. Beyond Mount Aegaleo lies the Thriasian plain, which frames an augmentation of the central plain toward the west. The Saronic Gulf deceives the southwest. Mount Parnitha is the tallest of the four mountains (1,413 m (4,636 ft)), and has been proclaimed a national park.
Athens has a blistering summer Mediterranean atmosphere (Köppen atmosphere grouping: Csa). The predominant aspect of Athens' atmosphere is variation between prolonged hot and dry summers and gentle winters with moderate rainfall. With a normal of 432 millimeters (17.0 in) of yearly precipitation, precipitation happens to a great extent between the long periods of October and April. July and August are the driest months when rainstorms happen inadequately. After Valletta in Malta, Athens is the hottest capital in Europe.
The city is a world focal point of archeological research. Alongside national establishments, for example, the Athens University and the Archeological Society, there are numerous archeological Museums including the National Archeological Museum, the Cycladic Museum, the Epigraphic Museum, the Byzantine and Christian Museum, Acropolis, Kerameikos, and the Kerameikos Archeological Museum. The city is home to the Demokritos research Centre for Archaeometry, close by provincial and national archeological specialists that structure some portion of the Greek Department of Culture.
Athens is home to 148 theatrical stages, more than some other city on the planet, including the old Odeon of Herodes Atticus, home to the Athens Festival, which runs from May to October every year. The city likewise bolsters music settings, including the Athens Concert Hall (Megaro Moussikis), which pulls in world class specialists. The Athens Planetarium, situated in Andrea Syngrou Avenue, in Palaio Faliro is one of the biggest and best prepared advanced planetaria on the planet. The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, introduced in 2016, will house the National Library of Greece and the Greek National Opera.