ESPID 2012 is being held in the unique city of Thessaloniki, the second largest city in Greece. Thessaloniki is one of the country’s main industrial and commercial hubs. This ancient city is known for its many Hellenistic and Byzantine monuments, including Paleochristian and Byzantine churches and other buildings. As part of its multicultural history, Thessaloniki also contains some typical Ottoman and Sephardic Jewish buildings and sites. The city is home to the largest university in Greece, Aristotle University. A major transportation hub, Thessaloniki is easily accessible by a variety of networks.
Thessaloniki's Airport belongs to the busiest airports in Greece. The international airport of Thessaloniki, named Makedonia airport, is approximately 15 km east of the city. For transportation information for arrival at Thessaloniki International Airport (SKG), including public transportation and taxi services to get you into the city center please click here.
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