EUNIS24 Congress

Social Events

Tuesday June 4 – Welcome Reception Dinner 

“Kostis Palamas” Building

Τhe neoclassical building “Kostis Palamas” was erected in 1857 and initially, it operated as a private Lyceum with the name “Greek Educational Establishment”.  It got renovated in 2004 with the funding of the “Stavros Niarhos” Institute and since then, it has operated as a Cultural Centre – Lounge.

The main function of the Centre is to host cultural events, such as conjectural exhibitions, lectures addressed to small audiences, round tables, book presentations, organization of conferences/meetings, symposiums, receptions, dinners, official meals, etc.


“Kostis Palamas” Building, Akadimias 48 & Sina str., 105 62, Athens

Metro Red Line (2): Panepistimio Station

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Wednesday June 5 – Acropolis Museum visit and buffet dinner

Visit to Acropolis Museum

The Acropolis Museum, one of the most important museums in the world, houses the findings of only one archaeological site, the Athenian Acropolis and its slopes. The masterpieces that form its collection offer a comprehensive overview of the character and historical course of the site that became a global landmark of both the ancient and the modern world.

Guided tours in English will be held for groups of 30 persons. Museum maps are available at the Information Desk.

Download the museum map

Caution Please

For the protection, preservation and safety of the Museum’s exhibits:
  • Leave large purses, bags and backpacks in the cloakroom.
  • Do not touch the exhibits.
  • Do not bring food or drinks into the exhibition galleries.
  • Do not take photos or shoot videos in the Archaic Acropolis Gallery – for the protection of the sculptures that still retain traces of their ancient colors.
  • Please set mobile phones to silent and avoid their use while touring the exhibition galleries.


Acropolis Museum, Dionysiou Areopagitou 15, 11742 Athens
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Dinner (buffet) at Athens University History Museum 

The Athens University History Museum is located in one of the oldest residential buildings still standing in Athens today. The building dates long before the 18th century and it is situated beneath the imposing heights of the Acropolis with a panoramic view of the old city centre.