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The Thessaloniki Concert Hall is located on 25 Martiou Street, where it meets the waterfront, right next to the Posidonio Athletic Centre.


Thessaloniki Concert Hall
25 Martiou Street & Paralia
54646 Thessaloniki


You can easily reach the Thessaloniki Concert Hall from every neighbourhood of the city by using public transportation.

The Thessaloniki Concert Hall is in 100 meters distance from the bus stop “25th Martiou” where buses nos. 1X / 3Κ / 5 pass and in 200 meters distance from the bus stop “25th Martiou” where bus no. 30 passes. 

Tickets can be purchased by vending machines on board the service. On-board vending machines accept exact change only. For more information, please click here.


You can easily find a taxi from the city center to The Thessaloniki Concert Hall. 

You can always find a taxi after the end of an event at the taxi station right in front of the entrance of the Concert Hall.

Taxi companies operate 24-hour call centers, ready to receive your order or make an advance booking for you. Most taxis currently use satellite navigator systems that facilitate a fast and easy transfer to any destination in the city. Luxury-VIP taxis are also available.

Approximate prices of Thessaloniki taxi services:

  • As a rough guide a taxi within the city will cost approximately 5 - 6 Euros
  • A taxi to the airport will cost between 20 –30 Euros
  • A double fare is applicable between midnight and 05:00 am



Business travellers are urged to consider whether they need a visa to travel to Greece to participate in a conference or meeting. Foreign citizens can enter Greece with a valid passport and a visa or residence permit, unless otherwise stipulated by law or international agreement. Any foreign citizen who in accordance with the law does not need a permit to enter the country may stay in the Greece for not more than 90 days in a period of six months. Greece has been part of the Schengen zone since 2000.

EU / EEA citizens do not need a passport to enter Greece, only a valid identity card.
A country-specific visa information (requirements by country registry) is provided at the Greek Government website:



The climate in Greece is typical of the Mediterranean climate, which is mild and rainy winters, relatively warm and dry summers with, generally, long sunshine duration almost all the year.

The northern areas of Greece have a transitional climate between the continental and the Mediterranean climate. In the summer the climate is very warm around Thessaloniki. The mean temperature average in June-July in Thessaloniki is 30°C.



Both conference delegates and accompanying persons may appreciate having the chance to get to know the congress host city or country better, especially if visiting for the first time. Thessaloniki and Greece provide an exciting array of discovery options that range from historical & cultural to natural sights, rounded up by a lot of sports and wellness activities.

With an ideal location, Thessaloniki can become the base for discovering the spectacular beauty of Northern Greece. Cultural treasures of global interest, religious pilgrimages, nature, various activities are waiting for you and even within walking distance from the city. See what you can do only in half, one or two hours from Thessaloniki and plan your next trip!

Explore https://thessaloniki.travel/ for detailed information on useful information, escursion and interesting districts.


The Greek currency is the Euro (€). The majority of stores accept international credit and payment cards. There is also a wide network of ATMs where you can withdraw cash.


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