Conference Halls & Exhibition Areas of the National Hellenic Research Foundation

The National Hellenic Research Foundation (NHRF), in the heart of the cultural centre of Athens, provides a high quality infrastructure in order to host highly demanding symposia, conferences, seminars, educational events and exhibitions.

Its ideal location among the Benaki, Byzantine, War and Modern Art museums and the National Art Gallery as well as being close to many large hotel complexes, Public Services and Organisations, Embassies and Commercial Enterprises is an added asset.
Moreover, it is close to the Acropolis, Plaka (old town of Athens) and the National Concert Hall. It has access to all transportation and it is only 200 meters away from the new metro station, "Evangelismos".

The NHRF offers:
An exhibition area of 600 m2 and an atrium of 150 m2.
The ''Leonidas Zervas'' amphitheatre, with a capacity of 280 seats, which covers all modern conference demands and its equipment has been designed and perfected on international standards.

The Amphitheatre's facilities are:

  • Secretariat
  • Automatic translation and recording systems in four languages
  • Microphone and headset equipment for audience and mobile microphones for speakers

Highly sophisticated audio-visual equipment for simultaneous projection of topics with:

  • Slide projectors
  • Overhead projectors
  • 'LiteShow' apparatus - connection with PC and real time projection
  • INTERNET access
  • Two large screens
  • White boards

A second hall with a capacity of 80 seats and comprehensive audio-visual equipment and two smaller rooms (30 seats) for parallel events are also available on the ground floor of the NHRF.

The NHRF also offers:

  • Parking
  • Catering
  • Fax machine
  • Photocopy machine
  • Storage facilities
  • A double outdoor stand for promotional use (1.50x5.00 m)
  • 14 movable double-sided poster stands (2.40x1.20 m)

National Hellenic Research Foundation
48 Vassileos Constantinou Avenue - 116 35 Athens
Tel. +30 210.7273.516- FAX +30
Mrs Mary Kontogianni