In this page you will find all the information you need to know to be fully prepared to fly to the conference in the smoothest way possible!
Above all, let God guide your way and everything will be awesomely fine 🙂
Flying to Athens
To book a flight you can choose whatever platform you want. There are many you can pick like Momondo, eDreams, Kiwi, Skyscanner,….
Bear in mind that although there’s no need for more COVID-19 negative tests or any documentation regarding the virus, the airlines still recommend the use of mask during flights.
Try to check on the airline you are picking what are their recommendations. To know more about the measures taken in place at Athens, check Athens International Airport’s FAQ page here.
Arriving at Athens and getting to the church
After arriving at the Athens International Airport, you should buy a 3 day Metro ticket.
Why? Well, By Metro you can actually move around to all the city of Athens, so, that will cover your transport from and to the airport and to all the city center for 3 days – costs 20€.
To do this, go to Exit 5, step outside and you should see kiosks selling Metro tickets.
If you like, you can always buy metro tickets online. Click here!
After getting your ticket, go to Exit 3 and pass across the road towards the moving stairs that will get you to the 1st floor. There you will see the signs for the Metro station.
Take the metro line 3 (blue line) and exit at Syntagma Station (~40min).
Change to the metro line 2 (red line) direction to Anthoupoli and exit at Larissa Station (~10min).
From Larissa Station to the church there is only 300 meters left to arrive at the church.
Also super close to Larissa Station are all the hotels we recommend you to stay.
Accommodation to stay in Athens during the conference
There are a lot of options for your accommodation between Airbnb, any friends you might know in Athens or any other hotel you find better than our suggestions.
Please feel free to choose the accommodation that suits you best!
These are our suggestions that are super close to the church:
Haven’t you registered for our conference yet?