Our premises are found in the heart of Athens and Thessalonica, in close proximity to the business centers, museums, galleries, theatres, monuments and archaeological sites.
Life in Athens
Our main Campus is situated at Evelpidon Street, next to Pedio Aereos, the largest open Park of Athens. Our second Campus is situated at Kranaou Street in Thisio, behind the Ancient Market. In very close proximity from both Campuses, one can see the most important sites of the city and get to know the night life of Athens and Greek cuisine.
Starting from the two AKTO Campuses, you can walk to the Acropolis, The National Museum, the Athens Market (later Roman Market), as well as the Ancient cemetery of Keramikos. At a short distance, you can also find the Planetarium of Athens and the old Gas factory known as Gazi, which has been converted to an exhibition and cultural centre. The historical center, with public buildings from the 19th century, is only a 15 minute walk from AKTO.
Quality life in Athens has been upgraded with important infrastructure, such as the paving of roads around the Acropolis, allowing visitors to walk the archaeological sites, without the disturbance of traffic sounds. The National Gallery is found at the city center, with a permanent collection of Artworks, and will soon share the premises with the first Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens.
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Life in Thessaloniki
The AKTO Campus in Thessaloniki is situated at 38-40 26th October and Andreou Georgiou Streets, next to the MET HOTEL.
At the new West city entrance, our new Campus is found at a very central point, with multiple development prospects. With a unique view of the Thessaloniki Port, immediate and easy access to the main roads of the city and its close proximity to the Urban Bus Station (KTEL) and the National Railway (OSE), it has many benefits.
The area also offers many recreational options. Nearby is the Water Supply Museum, a historical building of great architectural interest, and Mylos, which consists of galleries, theatres, restaurants and concert venues. Just one breath from the new Campus, you can find the large coast of the Thermaikos gulf, which, after the latest restoration works, one can visit for pleasant walks. One of the best restaurants of the city is found at the end of this walk, at Ladadika, named after the oil storerooms that were found there.