Syros dominates the heart of the Aegean with the dynamic character and the cosmopolitan grace. Sharing a story that unfolds through the winding alleys, the traditional villages that brilliantly orchestrate the medieval with the Cycladic architecture, the Orthodox and Catholic churches, the stunningly beautiful beaches, the azure sea and the magical natural scenery. The capital of Syros island, Ermoupoli, (meaning “the city of Hermes”), is considered one of the most picturesque Cyclades capitals, with legendary architecture, Venetian mansions, spectacular sunset views, narrow alleys, and neoclassical buildings. The island is one of the most serene destinations near Athens, as a ferry from Athens to Syros, will get you to Syros in just 2 hours.
Syros is connected to Piraeus and other Aegean ports.
The conventional ships make the route “Piraeus – Syros” in about 3.5 hours while the high-speed ones in about 2.
Syros is also connected with the ports of Thessaloniki, Lavrio and Rafina.
Syros is connected to Athens International Airport, the flight lasts 35 minutes but also to Macedonia International Airport (Thessaloniki), it is also connected to other airports in Greece.
It’s picturesque and very photogenic beauty as well as a range of stunning locations, makes it a thriving venue for conferences.