General Tourist Info

Greek National Tourism Organisation
Tourist Information Office
18, Dionyssiou Areopagitou St.
Metro Acropolis
T. +30 210 3310392, +30 210 3310716
Athens-Attica and Argosaronic
Hotel Association
T. +30 210 3235485
Hellenic Association of Travel and
Tourist Agencies (HATTA)
T. +30 210 9223522 | www.hatta.gr
Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE)
T. +30 210 3217165 | www.sete.gr
Hellenic Federation of Tourism Enterprises
T. +30 210 9245120 | www.poet.gr
Urban Transport Organisation
Athens International Airport
Flight information (all airlines)
T. +30 210 3530000
Aegean Airlines
T. +30 801 112 0000, +30 210 6261000
Greek Railway Company
Ministry of Culture
Region of Attica
The City of Athens
Embassies in Greece

https://www.embassypages.com/greece

EMERGENCY NUMBERS
Police: 1033
Emergency: 100
Tourist Police: 1571
Airport Police: +30 210 3536919
Fire Emergency: 199
Ambulance: 166
Poison Control: +30 210 7793777
Aids Help Line: +30 210 7222222
Hospitals, pharmacies: 14944
SOS Doctors: 1016
Road Side Assistance – ELPA: 10400
Traffic Police of Athens: +30 210 5284000

HOSPITALS
Alexandra 80, Vasilissis Sofias Ave.
T. +30 213 2162000
Andreas Syngros 5, I. Dragoumi St.
T. +30 210 7265100
Athens Psychiatric Clinic
374, Athinon St., Haidari | T. +30 213 2054000
Evangelismos 45-47 Ypsilandou St.
T. +30 213 2041000
Eye Hospital of Athens
26, Panepistimiou & 2, Sina St. | T. +30 213 2052701
Ippokrateio 114, Vasilissis Sofias St.
T. +30 213 2088000
KAT 2, Nikis St., Kifissia | T. +30 213 2086000
Laiko 17, Agiou Thoma St., Goudi
T. +30 213 2060800
Children’s Hospital Aglaia Kyriakou
Thivon & Levadias St. Ambelokipi | T. +30 213 2009000

PHARMACIES
Pharmacies can be found throughout Athens. For overnight service, there are always pharmacies open in most districts. For more information, call 14944.

BANKS
Major international banking institutions, credit card companies and ATMs in and around Athens are plentiful and easy to access. Banks are open to the public Monday through Thursday 08:00 to 14:30 and Fridays 08:00 to 14:00, except on public holidays. The “Open24” Bank (Eurobank) is open mornings and afternoons, as well as on Saturdays. Foreign currency may be exchanged for euros at most Greek and foreign banks and at exchange bureaus located in the city center and the Athens International Airport. Bring your passport when exchanging money as you will need it for the transaction. Traveler’s checks and credit cards issued by major companies are also widely recognized and accepted as a means of purchasing items in Athens.

ELECTRICITY
Electric current is 230V AC (50Hz).
Appliances from North America need a transformer and those from England need an adaptor.