5th International Seminar on
ORC Power Systems
Athens Greece

 
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Sunday September 8th, 2019
ONE-DAY BOAT CRUISE TO THE ISLANDS HYDRA, POROS AND AIGINA
One of the beauties of traveling to Athens is a captivating cruise to the magical islands of the Saronic Gulf. Athens Day Cruises offers you the beauty of a day cruise to three islands, Hydra, Poros and Aegina with the promise of a world of pleasures on board.
Your Greek island cruise from Athens begins with the colors of the sea, fresh salt air and the gentle breeze of the Saronic Gulf to heighten your senses.
Imagine a day filled with golden moments on a day cruise from Athens, island hopping from Hydra, Poros and Aegina, aboard Athens Day Cruises, spacious, 3-deck cruise ships with every comfort and convenience to meet your expectations.
More information can be found at: https://www.athensdaycruise.gr/
The price for this day trip will be €92,- per person including buffet.
You can sign in at 
https://www.livepay.gr/astoriatravel-1.aspx by using the code ORC2019

    

Tuesday September 10th 2019
20:10-21:10 GUIDED TOUR TO THE ACROPOLIS MUSEUM
Prior to the gala dinner you join a guided tour in the Acoplolis Museum.



Only 300m away from the sacred rock of Acropolis stands the impressive Acropolis Museum, one of the most important contemporary works of architecture in Athens. It is made of steel, glass and concrete and it houses 4,000 priceless finds from the Acropolis monuments that represent its history and function as the most important religious centre of ancient Athens. It was designed by architect Bernard Tschumi with Michael Photiadis and inaugurated in the summer of 2009. The Museum hosts its collections across three levels, as well as in the archaeological excavation that lies at its foundations.

Tuesday September 10th 2019
20:10-21:10 GALA DINNER AT THE ACROPOLIS MUSEUM
The museum is imposing and futuristic – all glass and concrete – and it has a restaurant to match. Situated on the second floor, the restaurant is a vast, minimalist affair. A concrete, partially shaded triangular terrace where the Parthenon is straight ahead, silhouetted against the sky, while the old buildings of the neighborhood create a wonderful setting.