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Located in the center of Athens, in Athens Towers, at Mesogeion Avenue.
Address: Mesogeion Avenue 2-4, Athens Towers, Building Α. 22nd floor, PC 115 27, Athens, Greece
Access from Airport
You can take the metro to “Ampelokipi” metro station and then walk for 5’ to arrive to our clinic.
More information: https://www.aia.gr/el/traveler/flight-info/rtfi/
Access from Piraeus Port
Line 1 of Metro-Train Station (Piraeus-Kifisia) boarding at the station «Piraeus» with direction to Kifisia. Station: Monastiraki. Transfer to Metro Line 3 (Agia Marina-Airport) with direction to Agia Marina, debarkation at stop: Ampelokipoi, exit Aleksandras/Soutsou.
More information: http://www.olp.gr/el/
Access by Βus
Line 1 to Metro-Train (Pireaus-Kifisia),
boarding at the station «Kato Patisia» with direction to Piraeus and debarkation at station Monastiraki. Transfer to Metro Line 3, direction to Agia Marina and debarkation at Ambelokipi station.
Line 3 to Metro (Agia Marina- Airport), boarding at the Eleonas station with direction to Airport. Debarkation at Ampelokipi Metro Station.
More information: http://ktelattikis.gr/
Κifisias 43, Athens, 11523.
In one of the most central areas of Athens and opposite the gynecological clinic! Excellent location as it has direct access to transportation network, modern amenities and excellent service.
More information: https://www.president.gr/
AIROTEL STRATOS VASILIKOS HOTEL
Michalakopoulou 114, Athens, 11527
Just 6 minutes away from the gynecological clinic, the hotel promises an excellent stay based on its luxurious amenities, which come at very affordable prices.
More information: https://www.airotel.gr