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Contact

Address

  • Christou Adamopoulou 8, Pikermi 19009, Greece

Telephones (1)

  • 210-6038-802
  • 210-6038-944
  • 210-6038-946

Fax (1)

  • 210-6038-947

Email

  • Please use the following Contact Form

 

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If you have any questions and/or need additional information about the College, please feel free to contact us!

 

Map of the area

 

Notes:

(1). If you are calling or faxing from abroad, please consult this website)

 

Directions to the College

From Anywhere (Google Maps)

Wherever you are coming from, you can get directions from the following online services.

 

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From Athens

1. Buy a 1.40 euro ticket at a Metro station.

2. Validate your ticket at the station.

3. Find your way to the Blue line that goes to the Airport.

4. Ride the Blue line and get off at the Doukissis Plakentias Metro Station.

5. Go upstairs and get on bus #314 with the same ticket.

6. Ride for about 20 minutes until the bus approaches the town of Pikermi.

7. Get off at the Pikermi stop #2 (Look for a drugstore and a Greek Orthodox Church on your right).

8. Cross the street, and walk into Christou Adamopoulou St. (you will find it between a flowershop and the Champion supermarket).

9. Keep going for 1/4 of a block and you should see the Campus on the right side.

The dorm building is the one on the left of the court yard.

Pikermi stop #2 is one stop before the terminal. If for some reason you miss it, it’s a 5-10 minutes walk to get back.

Cost

Around 1.5 euros.

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From the Airport

Option #1

1. Take a Taxi and ask to be taken to the center of Pikermi.

2. Turn left at Christou Adamopoulou St. right between a flower shop and the Champion supermarket.

3. Keep going for 1/4 of a block and you should see the Campus on the right side.

The dorm building is the one on the left of the court yard.

Cost

This option will cost you around 40 euros with luggage. You may manage to negotiate the price before you hire the Taxi, but normally the price breaks down to what the meter reads, plus 3 euros for the tolls, plus an extra fee for your luggage, plus a night fee if it is during the night hours.

Tip is optional and not expected.

 

Option #2

1. Take the Proastiakos train (Suburban railway) from the airport. It leaves every 15 minutes.

2. Get off at the Pallini station.

3. Go up on the street level and at the bus stop wait for bus #314. Make sure you get the one that goes towards Pallini and Pikermi.

Please note that Proastiakos train as well as #314 do not run all night.

Cost

Around 6 euros.

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