Tours for the public take place on specific days (usually in the summer) and are announced on the website / social media of the Observatory.

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Kryoneri Observatory is located in the district of Corinth in the northern Peloponnese at the top of mount Kyllini (Ziria), at an altitude of 930m, close to Kryoneri village (37˚ 58′ 19″ North, 22˚ 37′ 07″ East).


The Institute for Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Applications and Remote Sensing (IAASARS)  is located on the grounds of the National Observatory of Athens in Penteli, about 19 km northeast of the historical building of the Observatory at the center of Athens.


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Official visitors and observers are kindly asked to contact NOA before their arrival in order to arrange for their transportation to the Observatory.


Between November and May the site is usually covered by snow and is accessible through the nearby ski lift and track.

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