Location of the venue
The 18th Plinius Conference on Mediterranean Risks will take place at the ΚΑΜ Centre of Mediterranean Architecture at the Old Port of Chania, Chania, Crete, Greece.
The Arsenali Centre of Mediterranean Architecture, in short KAM, is an esteemed institution, administered by the Municipality of Chania. It is housed in a building called
The ΚΑΜ Centre of Mediterranean Architecture is located at 31, Akti Tompazi, 73132 Chania.
For more information about Chania, visit: https://www.chaniatourism.gr
How to reach the Venue
There are direct flights from the Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos (ATH) to the airport in Chania. A number of locations in Europe and the UK also offer direct flights to Chania. Chania's Old Town is a 20-minute drive from the airport and can be reached by taxi, private transfer, rental car or bus, but note that the bus will be the slowest option.
For a more leisurely way to get to Crete, you can take a fast or slow ferry from Piraeus, the main port of Athens. Piraeus is about 25 minutes driving from the city center and you can take a taxi, private transfer, bus or metro to get there. A bus service is provided from the port of Chania (Souda) to the city.
There are plenty of hotels in Chania. There is no special arrangement at any hotel for the conference and the participants are invited to book independently. Please note that end of September is still high season for Chania so you are strongly advised to book as soon as possible your stay.