This is Athens-Convention & Visitors Bureau Newsletter September 2022

Your September update from MICE Athens is here. The city is coming back to life and the future of Athens is taking shape.

Read on and get inspired for your next event in Athens:

Athens Headlines

The City of Athens, hosted the European Urban Resilience Forum (EURESFO) 2022 as its co-organiser. See more

The Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" (AIA) was awarded as Best Airport in Europe for 2022. See more

What We Are Up to

The City of Athens, carried out 19 “green” regeneration projects across the city’s neighborhoods in August. See more

“The Owl”, the annual workshop for professional screenwriters hosted by the City of Athens and operated by ADDMA with the support of The Marché du Film and the US Embassy (Greece) is coming to life next month. See more

We participated virtually in the “17th TourMIS Users’ Workshop & International Seminar on the Future of Business Travel Following the COVID-19 Pandemic”. See more

In the coming months, our team will be traveling across the world to promote Athens in the international MICE and travel trade markets. See more

Talk of the Town

Τhe renowned Athens Democracy Forum is celebrating its 10th anniversary with yet another forward-thinking gathering of the minds. See more

The 10th edition of Athens Flying Week (AFW) International Air Show 2022 as well. See more

The EKO Acropolis Rally of the Gods brought the worlds’ best racing drivers and rally enthusiasts to Athens. See more

The trademark 28th Athens International Film Festival begins this week. See more

MICE Athens

This is Athens is hosting the Green Destinations 2022 & Future of Tourism Summit 2022 this week. See more

The International Society for Molecular NeuroDegeneration Meeting 2022 is taking place in Athens this October. See more

Athens will welcome the 7th World Congress on Vascular Access (WoCoVA). See more

The International Travel and Health Insurance Conference 2022 is coming to Athens. See more

Athens is home to two Unesco World Heritage Sites: the Acropolis of Athens and the Daphni Monastery. Built in the 6th century, the Daphni Monastery is a stunning example of Byzantine design and religious iconography, with exquisite architecture and stunning mosaics. All surviving buildings are from the 11th century. A must-see is Agios Nikolaos, a small 9th-century basilica in the monastery cemetery.

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