TRAVEL INFORMATION

Visa Issues:

All visitors from non EU countries must have passports or equivalent travel documents valid for at least 6 months. Please check with your local Greek
Consulate or Embassy for details regarding visa and entry requirements.
Through the [email protected] secretariat there is a possibility to issue a VISA letter provided you have completed your registration.
Any visa invitation letter issued is meant only to help visitors raise funds or to obtain a visa,and is not a commitment on the part of the
organizers to provide any financial support. Organisers may NOT contact Embassies in support of an individual attempting to gain entry to attend the meeting.

How to get to Chania city, Crete

 

There are two international airports on Crete.  Heraklion Airport (Kazantzakis International Airport) and Chania Airport (Ioannis Daskalogiannis International Airport).

We strongly advise that participants to arrive at Chania Airport for this conference.

Chania Airport is located 10 Km East of Chania City, on the north west of Crete and is directly connected to Athens International Airport with around 10 domestic flights daily run by Aegean Airlines. There are also other direct scheduled airline connections from major European cities as well as many charter flights from most European countries. Ryanair offer charter flights from many UK airports direct to Chania. You can travel to Chania, Crete from anywhere in the world via Athens, the capital of Greece.

The distance from Athens is about 307 Km and air time from Athens to Chania is about 40 min.

Alternatively, one can use the ferry-boat connecting Chania with the harbour of Piraeus (Athens).

Connection is offered by ANEK Lines and the overnight trip takes about 7 hours.

Copyright © 2019 All Rights Reserved by MITOS S.A.