Social Events

An International Course

Social Events

Greek Night Entertainment: Traditional Greek Dinner with live music and dancing featuring Greek Songs, Music and Dances such as Dimotica, Nisiotika, Laika & Rempetica.  The place offers panoramic view of the Acropolis Hill and the illuminated Parthenon. The meal includes main course, dessert and 250 ml of wine or soft drink per person. The event takes place on the 8th Floor of the Union Restaurant (a private hall booked for exclusive use by ATINER), 5 Didotou Street, Kolonaki, Athens. Please note that the dinner IS NOT a la carte and this includes drinks. For any inquiry-including orders, please ask ATINER staff only, available during the event.
Event Organizer: Ms. Olga Gkounta, Researcher, Atiner

Urban Walk around modern and ancient Athens: It includes the Parthenon and the other monuments on the Acropolis Hill. The urban walk tour includes the broader area of Athens. Among other sites, it includes: Zappion, Syntagma Square, Temple of Olympian Zeus, Ancient Roman Agora and on Acropolis Hill: the Propylaea, the Temple of Athena Nike, the Erechtheum, and the Parthenon. The program of the tour may be adjusted, if there is a need beyond our control.
Tour Guide: Dr Gregory Katsas, Professor

Mycaenus and Epidaurus Visit: It includes the Lion’s Gate, the Cyclopean Walls and the Epidaurus Theatre (4th century B.C.), which is famous for its astonishing acoustics.

Delphi Visit: It includes the most stunning sanctuary where the famous Oracle of Delphi was consulted.

               Group Discussion on the Delphi Oracle – The First Think Tank of the World


One Day Cruise: It includes 3 islands Aegina (it includes the Temple of Aphaia on the island), Hydra and Poros.

The National Archaeological Museum: It is the largest museum in Greece and one of the most important museums in the world devoted to ancient Greek art.

The Benaki Museum: It ranks among the major institutions that have enriched the material assets of the Greek state. It is also the oldest museum in Greece operating as a Foundation under Private Law.

The Museum of Cycladic Art: It is dedicated to the study and promotion of ancient cultures of the Aegean and Cyprus, with special emphasis on Cycladic Art of the 3rd millennium BC.

The Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum: It is a unique museum devoted to the art of jewelry and the decorative arts.

The new Acropolis Museum: It has a total area of 25,000 square meters, with exhibition space of over 14,000 square meters, ten times more than that of the old museum on the Hill of the Acropolis. It is an archaeological site-specific museum, housing the most famous works of classical antiquity. These works are artistic expressions of a deep political change that transformed the ancient city of Athens during the 5th century BC, subsequently marking entire eras from antiquity to modernity. 

The Numismatic Museum: It is one of the oldest public museums in Greece. It was established in 1834, the same year as the National Archaeological Museum.