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Vouliagmeni is a beautiful and picturesque peninsula, situated on the eastern edge of Athens (just 20 Km from the center of Athens), known from the famous lake with the mineral water spa and an outstanding mild climate that makes all-year round holidays possible.

See http://www.greece-athens.com/place.php?place_id=3

In Vouliagmeni, there is an excellent sandy beach, very popular with Athenians, a yachting marina, water sports, restaurants and several other leisure activities. A lively resort day and night particularly during summer months. Vouliagmeni, surrounded by steep rocks, is located near the sea. Its depth remains a mystery as several divers have drowned in it over the years while attempting to explore the underwater tunnel system. However, most people go to Vouliagmeni for less dangerous pursuits. The sulphurous thermal water of the lake is used for curative baths against rheumatic, spinal, gynecological, neurological and skin problems. For this purpose, hydrotherapy is offered from May to October. The temperature of the water never drops below 21 degrees centigrade so it is also used by bathers during the winter. There are showers and changing cabins as well as a cafeteria and restaurant.

Exact Conference Place:
HOTEL "The Margi" www.themargi.gr

11 Litous Street, Vouliagmeni 16671
Tel. +30 210 8929000 Fax. +30 210 8929143

Reservations department
Tel. +30 210 8929128 Fax. +30 210 8960229

Sales & Events department
Tel. +30 210 8929177 Fax. +30 210 8960229

Please, do not book your room directly via
www.themargi.gr  or via any other web service, because the conference has special rates for the conference attendees


How to get there
The new Athens Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport [1] 27 km (17 miles) east of the city center, near the suburb of Spata, opened in 2001 as part of the infrastructure improvements in preparation for the Olympics and is now one of the more attractive and efficient major European airports, though some old Athenian hands say they miss the "Port Said" atmosphere of the old Hellenikon. The airport has excellent public transit connections to the city (see below) and the usual array of food stands, duty-free shops, and other airport services.

The national rail service, OSE, [4] connects Athens to other cities in Greece -however, do not expect the diversity and complexity of railroads you usually find in other European countries; the national railroad system is poor in Greece, in effect having only two train lines. One goes south to the Pelopponese and the other to the north, connecting Athens with the second major city in Greece, Thessaloniki. From there the line continues further to the north and all the way to the east, passing through many other cities of northern Greece and eventually reaching Istanbul. Be advised that there are two kinds of train you can use; normal, slow, type of train equipped with beds, and the so called new 'Intercity' type which is more expensive because of a 'quality supplement fee' that grows with distance. For example, travelling from Athens to Thessaloniki by the 'Intercity' type will save you one hour at most, but the ticket will be almost double the price. 'Intercity' tends to be more reliable, yet more 'bumpy' than the normal train




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