Megaron Athens International Conference Centre (MAICC)

The MAICC is distinguished as one of the leading and most technologically advanced conference venues in Europe. A building of modern architecture, dominates imposingly with its Doric austerity on the main avenue of Vassilisis Sofias.

Right in the heart of the city, only a few minutes away by foot from Syntagma square -the main square of the city- and easily accessible by all means of transportation. The Metro station is located a few meters away from the main entrance of the MAICC. It is also very close to major hotels, museums, shops, and fine restaurants, many of which are within walking distance.

The Venue Halls

Nikos Skalkotas Hall

Equipped with cutting-edge technology, the Nikos Skalkotas Hall situated 1 level down from the foyer of the international conference center and from there to the Atrium of the Muses. A prestigious hall which is ideal for plenary sessions, as well as more complex live events. 

Conference Suite I

An independent suite, consisted of 7 rooms, with capability of accommodating between 30 to 100 delegates in theatre-style form. Ideal for small meetings, working groups or breakout room spaces with one central foyer and bar. Moreover, the rooms have facilities for disabled access.

Conference Suite II – MC2 & MC3 Rooms

The newest suite of smaller conference rooms, with capability of accommodating between 25 to 200 delegates in theatre-style form. Rooms open onto an ample central corridor which can also be used for small exhibitions.

Multipurpose & Lecture Spaces


Megaron is situated at the corner of Vas. Sofias Avenue and Kokkali St.

You can also get here by public transport from any part of Athens:

By metro, it’s just two minutes walking from the «Megaro Moussikis» Concert Metro Station to the door of the venue.

By bus, buses Ε14, Α5 and 550 stop right in front of the venue

By electrically driven bus, buses 10 and 3 stop right in front of the venue

For more information you can visit OASA & the Arrival & Transport section.

Visitors to Athens can easily find Megaron:

From the airport you can take bus Χ95, or a 35 minute ride on the Metro will bring you to the venue

From the railway station, it’s just 30 minutes to the «Megaro Moussikis» Metro station

From Piraeus it’s just a few minutes ride on the Metro.