General information about transportation from/to Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos can be found on the airport web page ( under „Access & Transportation“ tab.

The fastest way to reach Anavyssos from the airport is by taxi. If you are interested in this option, you may wish to consider services of a tourist agency „Exploration Unlimited“, which offers individual or group transfers from the airport to Anavyssos at the following prices:

  • 1-4 persons – 50 EUR
  • 5-8 persons – 90 EUR
  • 9-16 persons – 130 EUR

The above prices are for one way transfer per vehicle (not per person), VAT included, payable in cash to the driver.

For any questions and to book your transfer, please contact Mr. Porihis, the manager, via mobile phone/WhatsApp on +306988003914. The following information is needed to make a booking: your name/surname, passport/ID document number, and flight details (code, arrival date and time).


By Plane

Athens international airport Eleftherios Venizelos ( is the busiest and largest airport in the Balkans, located 32 km from the city center and 28 km from the Conference venue.

It has direct flights to/from:

Abu Dhabi (Etihad, Wizz Air)
Addis Ababa (Ethiopia Airlines)
Amman (Royal Jordanian)
Amsterdam (Transavia, KLM, Aegean)
Bahrain (Gulf Air)
Barcelona (Vueling, Aegean)
Beijing (Air China)
Beirut (MEA, Aegean)
Belgrade (Air Serbia, Aegean)
Berlin Brandenburg (Aegean)
Birmingham (
Bologna (Ryanair, Aegean)
Bordeaux (Volotea)
Bristol (Easy Jet)
Brussels (Aegean, Sky Express)
Brussels South Charleroi (Ryanair)
Bucharest (Aegean, Tarom)
Budapest (Wizz Air, Ryanair, Aegean)
Cairo (Aegean, Egypt Air)
Cologne (Aegean)
Copenhagen (Aegean, SAS)
Doha (Qatar)
Dubai (Emirates)
Dublin (Ryanair, Aegean)
Dusseldorf (Aegean, Eurowings)
Edinburgh (Aegean)
Eindhoven (Aegean, Transavia)
Florence (Aegean)
Frankfurt (Lufthansa, Aegean)
Geneva (Aegean, Swiss)
Hamburg (Aegean)
Helsinki (Aegean)
Istanbul (Turkish, Aegean)
Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen (Pegasus)
Jeddah (Royal Jordanian)
Katowice (Ryanair, Wizz Air)
Krakow (Aegean)
Kutaisi (Wizz Air)
Larnaca (Aegean, Cyprus Airways, Sky Express, Wizz Air, Gulf Air)
Lisbon (Aegean, Tap Air)
London Heathrow (British, Aegean, Sky Express)
London Gatwick (Easy Jet)
London Luton (Wizz Air)
London Stansted (Ryanair)
Luxembourg (Aegean)
Madrid (Aegean, Iberia)
Malta (Ryanair)
Manchester (Easy Jet, Aegean,
Milan Malpensa (Wizz Air, Aegean, Sky Express, Easy Jet)
Milan Bergamo (Ryanair)
Munich (Lufthansa, Aegean, Sky Express)
Naples (Aegean)
Newark Liberty International Airport (Emirates)
New York JFK (Delta)
Nice (Aegean)
Oslo Gardermonen (Aegean)
Paphos (Olympic, Aegean)
Paris Beauvais (Ryanair)
Paris Charles de Gaulle (Air France, Aegean, Sky Express)
Paris Orly (Transavia)
Podgorica (Aegean)
Prague (Aegean)
Riga (Air Baltic)
Riyadh (Aegean)
Rome Fiumicino (ITA, Ryanair, Aegean, Sky Express)
Tbilisi (Aegean)
Tel Aviv (Aegean, El Al Israel, Arkia, Bluebird, Israir, Wizz Air, TUS)
Singapore (Scoot Pte)
Skopje (Aegean)
Sofia (Sky Express, Bulgaria Air, Aegean)
Stockholm Arlanda (Aegean, SAS)
Strasbourg (Aegean)
Stuttgart (Aegean)
Tirana (Air Albania, Aegean, Wizz Air)
Venice (Volotea, Aegean)
Vienna (Austrian, Aegean, Ryanair)
Warsaw (Aegean)
Yerevan (Aegean)
Zagreb (Aegean)
Zurich (Swiss, Aegean)


EU and EFTA Citizens

A passport is not a compulsory requirement for EU and EFTA citizens traveling from or to Schengen countries (Austria, Belgium, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland) and there are no custom formalities.

Non-EU Citizens

A valid passport is normally required for all non-EU citizens traveling to Greece. Visa formalities may be required for visitors from certain countries (see button VISAS).