Access

Access

 

FREE TRANSPORT FROM ATHENS 

During the days of the Conference a free of charge private bus will be available from and to the Metro, Line 2, Metaxourghio Station.

For your convenience, due to specific number of seats, please send your full name and the days you will use the bus at [email protected].
The private bus PAPADAKIS will depart from and return to 21 Deligianni str., Athens, Metaxourghio the following hours:

 

06/12:

  • 14.15 Metaxourghio Station – Ε.Κ.Ε.-D.Α. Elefsina
  • 20.30 Ε.Κ.Ε.-D.Α. Elefsina – Metaxourghio Station

07/12:

  • 09.00 Metaxourghio Station – City Hall of Elefsina
  • 19.30 Ε.Κ.Ε.-D.Α. Elefsina – Metaxourghio Station

 

ALTERNATIVELY:

 1. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

  • ATHENS: KTEL (Intercity bus) to Megara
    Departure: Metro, Line 1, Thissio Station
    Schedule: ktelattikis.gr/megara.html
  • ATHENS: Suburban Railway, Magoula Station and from there
    Bus Line 861 and 863
  • EGALEO: Metro, Line 3, Agia Marina Station  and from there
    Bus Line 876 Agia Marina-Elefsina
  • PIRAEUS: Bus Line 845 Piraeus-Elefsina,  871 Piraeus-Elefsina

 

2. PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION

NORTH SUBERBS:

  • With Tolls: Αttiki Οdos, Exit 1 towards Thivon/Ir. Politechniou, Κontouli, Charilaou
  • Without Tolls: L. Κifisou, Exit towards Lamia, Nariotal Road Athinon-Korinthou, Exit towards Elefsina, Okeanidon, Kanelopoulou, Pangalou, Charilaou 28

 

SOUTH SUBERBS:

  • Iera Odos, L. Athinon, Nariotal Road Athinon-Korinthou, Exit towards Elefsina, Okeanidon, Kanelopoulou, Pangalou, Charilaou 28

E.K.E.-D.A. 
Labour & Employee Centre of Elefsina-West Attica

28 Charilaou str., Elefsina

 

City Hall of Elefsina

33 Chatzidaki & Dimitros str., Elefsina

The City

Elefsina is the Athenian suburb that stands out for its special cultural identity. Inhabited for more than 4000 years, Elefsina was one of the most important religious centres that established the rituals of Eleusinian Mysteries around the 6th century BC. In the recent years Elefsina maintained its importance and flourished as an exemplar and pioneer industrial centre that gathered workers from the wider Greek area, as well as the refugees from the Minor Asia. This cultural amalgam forms nowadays a unique landscape of oppositions and unifications.

 

Theodosia Maroutsi (2015)