EANN'2007 will be hosted by the Capsis
Hotel Conference Centre which is located in the city of Thessaloniki
the capital of Macedonia region in northern Greece. Access to Thessaloniki
is very easy, by means of the frequent flights (40 minutes from
Athens airport) and also by bus and Intercity trains from Athens.
(Trip duration is 4.5 hours by the Intercity train and 5.5 hours
by bus). Direct flights from many European capitals are available.
Thessaloniki is the second largest city of Greece and it has a
population of 1000000 people. Its landmark is the White Tower, and
there are many important sites within easy reach. Apart from being
known as a cosmopolitan and commercial center, it is also known
for its exceptional nightlife with the famous Ladadika quarter.
The music scene in the city is vibrant and diverse and includes
nightclubs, dance halls, discos, cafés and music bars, jazz
clubs and clubs, and a wealth of live performances, both musical
and theatrical. Thessaloniki is also known for its very interesting
Byzantine and Archaeological museums. In half an hour distance from
Thessaloniki one can visit the Archaeological site of Vergina (the
old capital of ancient Makedonia) and where is the venue of Phillip’s
tomb (the father of Alexander the great) a site full of remarkable
treasures of art and culture. Also in a distance of 70 km from Thessaloniki
(45 minutes by car) one can visit mount Olympus (the mountain of
the ancient Gods) where “Dion” the holly city of ancient
Makedonia is located. It is, after all, the cultural capital of