Wellness Sessions


Athens is a true meetings powerhouse. It is a city of a thousand faces and spaces, acting as the perfect setting for a multi-day conference, a business meeting or an incentive trip. The vibrant, forward-thinking spirit and rich cultural heritage guarantees authentic experiences that look toward the future.

The city combines world class facilities with spectacular, one-of-a kind locations. Athens meets the needs of the most demanding events and boasts a great track record and knowhow for hosting major international congresses.

In this tour, we’ll get to know the best of the best from Athenian venues, and we’ll sneak a taste of the experiences you can offer to your delegates.

 

Discovering the Power of Athenian Meetings

The range of venues is as deep as the city’s history: monumental landmarks and ultramodern spaces with top-range meeting facilities, dramatic seaside locations, and scenic sites for unforgettable open-air events.

Our day will start at the most impressive and unique conference & event venues of Athens, such as the Athens Concert Hall and International Convention Centre and the Zappeion Megaron.

 

Diving into Local Culture

In Athens, the local culture is part of your event. When you hold your event in Athens, you’ll find an abundance of experiences to enrich the experience for your delegates and guests. The possibilities are endless: rich cultural immersions such as philosophy walks, workshops on pottery or ancient Greek sandals, guided walks in lively urban neighborhoods, tours of the cool design scene and the electric nightlife.

Our tour continues with a visit to a museum dedicated to a master jeweler, the Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, the first museum devoted to the tradition of jewelry creation in Greece and one of the three of its kind in the world.

 

Lunch with a View

Located in the heart of Athens, the Lalaounis Museum is one block from the renowned Acropolis Museum where we’ll stop for lunch with a majestic view of the Acropolis. After lunch, we’ll head back to the hotel with a stroll through the most famous neighborhood of Athens, the picturesque Plaka.