Amalias 36 is a beautiful neoclassical building on Amalias Avenue, just a stone's throw from the main square of Athens. The building was built in 1927 by the Lykiardopoulos family and was used as a family home. After a long period of closure during which the building was neglected, the owners have undertaken an extensive renovation program. As a result, the Ground, First and Second Floors are ready for use, and the renovation continues on the other floors.
This venue can host various events, such as early afternoon parties, receptions, art exhibitions, corporate events, conventions, product presentations and more.
Custom Space Configuration
Display screen 3Χ4
Standard Audiovisual Support
Team Building Activities
Wi – Fi
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