Local information


The 14th Panhellenic Logic Symposium will take place in the building of the Aristotle University Research Dissemination Center (KEDEA), a distinctive red building on 3rd Septemvriou street.

The sessions will take place in Amphitheater I (ground floor).

The poster session will take place in the basement of the same building.


3rd Septemvriou Avenue
Thessaloniki 546 36

Travel information

You can reach Thessaloniki by airplane, inter-city train or inter-city bus.

Thessaloniki Airport Makedonia (SKG)

The airport is located outside the city, about 17 km from the conference venue. You can get to the conference venue by bus, taxi, or shuttle bus.

Transportation from/to the airport:

Websites with useful information: [1], [2]

Intercity Train

The Thessaloniki train station is located on Monastiriou street about 4 km from the conference venue.

Train schedules and tickets may be obtained from the Hellenic Train website.

Intercity Bus

The Macedonia Bus Terminal Station is located about 6 km from the conference venue, but some buses also stop at the Thessaloniki Train Station on Monastiriou, which is closer to the conference venue.

Bus schedules may be found on the KTEL Makedonia website.

Transportation within Thessaloniki

The main transportation link in city buses.

Schedules and other information may be found on the OASTH website. Bus tickets are €0.90 (€0.45 for students and the elderly). The closest bus stop to the conference venue is right outside the conference venue:

Within walking distance are also the following bus stops:

Internet access

The following WiFi networks are available at the conference venue:

Other useful information


Here are a few hotels that you may find convenient: see them on the map.
Also see more information, including special prices for PLS.

You can also consult online platforms such as booking.com, tripadvisor.com, or airbnb.com, for best prices and/or other options.


Most restaurants are located east of the university campus, while the conference venue is located west of the campus. Participants can either walk or take the bus to the closest restaurant.

Sightseeing around Thessaloniki

Further information on getting around in Thessaloniki may be found in any of the following sources:

Emergency numbers


The closest ATMs are on Egnatia Street, by the University of Macedonia:

You are advised to check the currency conversion rates with your bank, as conversion fees can be quite steep in the Greek ATM network (up to 10%).


Information on the weather can be found on the website of the Hellenic Meteorological Service.

Pharmarcies and Hospitals

Visa Information

EU/EEA citizens do not need a passport to enter Greece, only a valid identity card.

US citizens need a passport but no visa to enter Greece - for a maximum of 90 days.

Country-specific visa information is provided on a travel information website by the Greek government.