International Destination for Fertility TourismSpecialised
Assisted Reproduction Center Nikos Georgogiannis
Excellent results and high level services are the reasons why, Specialised Assisted Reproduction Center Nikos Georgogiannis is an International destination for fertility tourism.
Our country is one of the most popular destinations for medical tourism. The same goes for assisted reproduction. Both the high success rates and the level of services provided rank the Assisted Reproduction Center Georgogiannis Nikos in one of the best fertility clinics in Greece.
We cooperate with one of the greatest maternity hospitals, REA, located in Piraeus.
Fertility tourism and sightseeing.
Athens has always been a tourist attraction. Picturesque streets, sightseeing such as the Acropolis Museum, the Parthenon, restaurants and cafes offer you a unique experience. Your visit to the Assisted Reproduction Center Nikos Georgogiannis can be a great opportunity to see the city in the context of the exams.
Our goal is to combine top quality fertility care with an incredible vacation experience in the city of Athens.
IVF SUCCESS RATES OVER THE LAST 5 YEARS
insemination success rates over the last 5 years
pregnancy success rates over the last 5 years
Fertility tourism belongs to the category of medical tourism. These are trips in the context of fertility treatments abroad. Patients choose destinations like our country due to the high level of training of doctors. This is a well-known procedure in theory, however most patients want to learn more about the journey and how the whole procedure is performed. Our team take care of every detail, starting with the center where the exams will take place and even the sightseeing.
Why patients choose the Assisted Reproduction Center Nikos Georgogiannis?
Following failed attempts, which may have included unsuccessful searches for egg donors or surrogates in their own cities are the reasons why patients seek treatment at Nikos Georgogiannis Fertility Center. Considering the growing number of patients who choose to travel, our clinic offers flexible programs and additional help to long distance patients before and during the treatment.
IVF is a method of assisted reproduction. A man’s sperm and a woman’s eggs are combined in a laboratory dish. One or more fertilized eggs (embryos) may be transferred into the woman’s uterus. There they may implant in the uterine lining and develop.
Egg Donation Patients
Egg donation is the process, when a woman (donor) gives her eggs to another woman (
Surrogacy is a method of assisted reproduction. Intended parents work with a gestational surrogate who will carry and their baby(ies) until birth.
More Information about Fertility Travel?
We believe that is useful for you to visit us for a couple of days, 2 months before beginning the injectable fertility drugs, in order to meet the doctor and the nurses. This meeting will give us the chance to inform you about the procedure and other important issues as regarding the cycle, the use of injectable medications etc.
We recommend you to have day 3 FSH and estradiol blood tests, to evaluate the egg quality and quantity. You can mail us the blood specimen for the test, to run the assay in our laboratory or run the test in a lab in your home area.
If can choose to have your ovarian stimulation monitored in your home. In this case we will need to get the estradiol levels and ultrasound findings mailed to us the day they done. Our nurse will contact you with instructions for the next step. It’s important to come here 3 days before the egg retrieval procedure, in order to do ultrasounds and blood tests and decide the best day to do the procedures.
The day of the egg retrieval we will need a sperm specimen from your husband. We are going to use it to inseminate your eggs. Three days after the egg retrieval we will move to the embryo transfer procedure. If we choose to do IVF blastocyst, transfer will take place on day 5.
We advise you to rest the next 2 days and then travel back home.
Flying Times International
London, United Kingdom: Approx. 2 hours
Paris, France: Approx. 3 hours 30 min
Madrid, Spain: Approx. 3 hours 55 min
Berlin, Germany: Approx. 3 hours
Moscow, Russia: Approx. 3 hours
Local Area Attractions
Akropolis: The Acropolis is the one historical site you should visit. You can take a tour or wander up there yourself. Getting to the Acropolis is easy and pleasant. The avenues which border the south and west of the site are full with cafes and restaurants and the walk is quite pleasant. Plaka and Monastiraki has always been a car-less, enjoyable walk.
The Temple of Poseidon at Sounion: The Temple of Poseidon at Sounion is a beautiful trip you can do out of Athens. is one of the major monuments of the Golden Age of Athens. It’s a spectacle you won’t soon forget.
Acropolis Museum: Another of Athens’ top attractions. This museum contains one of the most valuable collections of ancient Greek art in the world. The new facility was completed in 2007.
This is one of the best things to do in Athens when temperatures are soaring . Be aware, the entrance queue can be long.
National Archaeology Museum: Athens’ National Archaeological Museum is the largest archaeological museum in Greece. You should know that is also one of the greatest antiquities museums in the world.
On display are five permanent collections with more than 11,000 exhibits.
The Prehistoric Collection covers the sixth millennium BC to 1050 BC . The Sculpture Collection exhibits ancient Greek sculptures from the sixth century BC to the fifth century BC. The Vase and Decorative Objects Collection showcases ancient Greek pottery from the 11th century BC until the classical Roman period. The Stathatos Collection features minor objects from a wide range of historical periods.
The Pláka and Anafiotika: Pláka neighborhood is a tourist hot spot. The main attraction is its charming village ambience. Narrow pedestrian streets and little squares of the Pláka quarter are lined with lovely houses, restaurants and shops.
Ιn peaceful corners of the neighborhood are places historic churches, such as the Metamórfosis Church and the Church of Kapnikaréa.
The Plaka quarter, along with neighboring Anafiotika have an abundance of authentic Greek restaurants. The streets of Anafiotika are also a delight to explore in the evenings.
Ancient Agora: Ruins of the Marketplace: The Agora was the center of everyday life in ancient Athens and a place of administration and commerce.
You should know that athletic events and theater performances were also held here.
Panathenaic Stadium & Olympic Stadium: The Panathenaic Stadium, has a capacity for 60,000 spectators. Constructed around 335 BC, the venue hosted the Panathenaic Games where runners competed in races around the track.
The structure you are going to see, is a replica of the original stadium, which was rebuilt for the Olympic Games of 1896.
It hosts concerts and other events during the summer.
Byzantine Museum: This museum offers fascinating insights into the Byzantine period. Housed in palace originally built for the Duchesse de Plaisance, the wife of Charles-François Lebrun of France, this museum displays a precious collection of Byzantine art.
The collection includes sculptures, paintings, icons, textiles, and mosaics from the Byzantine period, the early Christian, medieval, and post-Byzantine eras.
Monastiraki & the Flea Market: This area has a very unique vibe and is a nice place to relax at an outdoor patio or wander about. You can also find shops selling everything from jewelry and trinkets to clothing and everyday goods.
It’s a nice place to come for lunch if you want to taste any type of traditional Greek dish.
Monastiraki Square is surrounded by a mix of old and new buildings.
Changing of the Guard at Syntagma Square: Watching the Changing of the Guard at Syntagma Square is a memorable experience. The Soldiers of the Presidential Guard stand in front of the Hellenic Parliament on 24 hours a day. The guards wear traditional costumes.
The Changing of the Guards takes place in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier monument at 11am every day. This monument honors all the soldiers who died fighting for the country.
National Gardens and the Zappeion: The National Garden is a large green space, next to Greek parliament. Is a quiet, shady place to relax. It’s a free attraction in Athens.
On the edge of the garden is the Zappeion Hall. It was built in the 1870s and nowdays is used for events.
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