We are pleased to inform you that the «Joint Meeting of the EASD-NAFLD/EGIR Study groups» will take place in Aegina, May 10th – 13th 2020 at Danae Hotel, Aegina Island, Greece.
Danae Hotel, Aegina Island, Greece
Nikou Kazantzaki, Αegina Island, Post Code: 180 10
email: [email protected]
How to reach Aegina (PDF file)
How to get there
Transport to Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos.
Transfer from the Airport to Piraeus:
Metro: The metro station is just a 10-15 minute walk from the arrivals gate. From the metro station of the airport, take the blue line (line 3) heading to Monastiraki. Once there, you will be taken to the green line (line 1) to Piraeus Station.
The trip will cost you a total of 10€ for the simple journey and will take you 85 minutes to reach the port.
Taxi: Taxi fares from Airport to Piraeus Port are fixed in advance.
During the day (05: 00-24: 00) it is 54 € while at night shift (00: 01-04: 59) it is 70 €.
Bus transfer: There is only one bus service connecting Athens Airport directly with Piraeus Port. This line is the X96. This bus operates 24/7 and runs every 15-30 minutes. The ticket costs 6 € while its journey lasts 90 minutes.
Transfer from Piraeus to Aegina: Aegina is connected by Flying dolphins and ferry to the port of Piraeus.
Flying Dolphins: Aegean Flying Dolphins offer all year daily service from Piraeus to Aegina and the trip lasts 40 minutes.
Ferries: Ferries to Aegina are operated from the E8 gate at the port of Piraeus. The Gate E8 is located on the Chelepi coast. Itineraries to Aegina are operated by two different types of ferries: They are passenger ferries which will be useful if you have to travel by car and the ferries are particularly useful when traveling fast and unaccompanied. The trip lasts for 1 h. and 15 min.
For more information about Aegina Island you can visit the website: www.aegina.com.gr/?lang=en
Map: Google Maps