General Information

AgEng 2024 will be hosted at the premises of the Agricultural University of Athens.

Established originally in 1920, the Agricultural University of Athens (AUA) is the third oldest university in Greece, after the University of Athens and the National Technical University of Athens.

Agricultural University of Athens Deanery

With the School of Agricultural Production, Infrastructure and Environment, and the School of Food, Biotechnology and Development, the University offers top notch undergraduate and postgraduate studies in the field Agricultural Science. For over a century, its vision is to maintain Educational and Research Excellence, so as to preserve a high profile within the international academic community. 

In addition, the University holds a central position in raising all the contemporary challenges of the the agri-nutrition sector, with a constant dialogue with society, suggesting viable solutions. 

The AUA campus lays within 25 hectares of greenery at the edge of the ancient site of Kerameikos, in the broader historical center of Athens. Not only the remains of an Ancient Olive Grove can be found, but the whole education and practice takes place in the agricultural facilities within a valuable plant reserve.


Within this rich environment of flora, the Conference Center of the Agricultural University of Athens offers a modern facility to hold local and international congresses and symposia. Attached to the Agricultural Museum, the Auditorium is fully accessible and it has a capacity of approximately 200 attendants, as well as adequate Exhibition Space, both indoors and outdoors. The venue benefits from natural light and the museum's catering facilities.




Outdoors Exhibition Space


Getting to the Agricultural University of Athens from the closest Metro Station (Blue/Airport Line), using public transportation:

The Agricultural University of Athens is located in Votanikόs neighborhood, next to the Athenian nightlife hot spot. It is conveniently situated up on the route of the Blue Line, connecting the Athens International Airport with the Piraeus Port, the main transportation hub towards the Aegean islands. To reach AUA using the Blue Line, you alight at Kerameikos Station taking the "Konstantinoupoleos" exit. Heading to the Campus via the Iera Odos Str., it will take you only 15' on foot to reach the Conference Center, as depicted in the map below:

Getting to the Agricultural University of Athens by public bus lines:

OASA, the local public company operating bus lines within the city, offers an extensive network and a modern telematic system with a remarkable accuracy. You can download the OASA App to your mobile device for free and help yourself navigating around.


Bus lines to/from the Agriculture University of Athens:

A15 from Metaxourgeio Metro Station (Red Line)

856 from Syntagma – Panepistimio – Omonia Metro Stations

Bus Stop No: 060324

Bus Stop Name: Agriculture University of Athens


Getting to the Agricultural University of Athens by private car:

If you decide to use a private car an Uber or a taxi, please note the full address:

75, Iera Odos Str.,

118 55, Athens

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