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How to reach the School

Shcool is located at the NTUA Zografou Campus. On the map on your right, the building is marked with red color, as well as the most common routes to access the building. The pedestrian route from the Zografou gate is marked with red dotted line.

The Zografou Campus can be reached in the following ways:

  • With public means of transportation: Bus number 608, Galatsi-Akadimia-Zografou line. For NTUA get off the bus at the '8th of Zografou' stop and walk to the Zografou Gate gate of the campus, which is the one at Iroon Polytechneiou 9, near the Lambadario building (Rural and Survey Engineering). Bus number 230, Acropolis-Zografou line. For NTUA get off the bus at the '8th of Zografou' stop and walk to the Zografou Gate  gate of the campus, which is the one at Iroon Polytechneiou 9, near the Lambadario building (Rural and Survey Engineering). Bus number 242, Katehaki St. (Metro) - NTUA Campus (and back). There is also the bus line (number) 140 for Polygono (Glyfada) which leaves from the Evelpidon Court of Law, and stops near the Katehaki gate of the campus, on the cross of Katehaki Av. and Kokkinopoulou St. You can also get on this bus at the intersection of Mesogeion Av. and Katehaki Av., where it also stops. The disadvantage in using this bus is that one has to walk for about 15 minutes, from the Katehaki gate to the buildings of the campus. Furthermore a new bus line 245 has been established for Neos Kosmos which departs from the building of the Dept. Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering.
  • Metro (underground): Get off the metro at the Katehaki station then take the bus number 242 or 140.
  • Taxi or private car: Cars (taxis or private) can enter or exit the campus through the Katehaki gate or the new katehaki gate. Cars can enter from the Zografou gate 07.00 - 09.00 a.m and exit 14.00 - 16.00 p.m.

You can find more information about transportation at the Map & Transportation page of NTUA website.


Last Updated: March 4, 2011