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Novotel Athenes
4-6, Michail Voda et Makedonias
104 39 Athens
8.3 / 10
Athens Ledra Hotel
115 Syngrou Avenue
117 45 Athens
7.3 / 10
from 117 €
Athens Atrium Hotel & Suites
Okeanidon Street 21
11745 Athens
7.7 / 10
from 80 €
Polis Grand Hotel
19 Patision and 810 Veranzerou Streets
10432 Athens
3.0 / 10
from 75 €
Athens Status Suites
Petraki 28
105 63 Athens
from 86 €
Civitel Attik Rooms and Apartments
13-15, Eptalofou str.
15124 Athens
7.3 / 10
from 80 €
Dekelia Hotel
Kifisias 23
13677 Athens
8.6 / 10
from 100 €
Marina Hotel
13 Voulgari Street
10437 Athens
7.1 / 10
from 35 €
Metropolitan Hotel
385, Syngrou Avenue
17564 Athens
6.2 / 10
from 99 €
Blue Sea Hotel Alimos
49, Themistokleous str.
17455 Athens
from 45 €
Vouliagmeni Suites
8 Panos and Chlois Street
16671 Athens
7.5 / 10
from 109 €
Hotel Moka
38, Stournari Street and Marni
10433 Athens
6.2 / 10
from 30 €
Amarilia Hotel
Agiou Nikolaou 13, Vouliagmeni
16671 Athens
7.8 / 10
from 76 €
Best Western Museum Hotel
16, Bouboulinas Street
106 82 Athens
8.1 / 10
from 43 €
Airport Hotel Les Amis
Varis avenue & Sokratous 16-20
16672 Athens
4.9 / 10
from 30 €
Alma Hotel
5 Dorou Street
10432 Athens
5.2 / 10
from 20 €
Diethnes Hotel
52, Peoniou Street
10440 Athens
5.6 / 10
from 30 €
Saint George Lycabettus Hotel
Kleomenous Str. 2
10552 Athens
6.2 / 10
from 99 €
Divani Palace Acropolis
19-25 Parthenonos Str.
11742 Athens
6.8 / 10
from 105 €
Achillion Hotel
32 Agiou Konstantinou
10437 Athens
0.0 / 10
from 38 €
Hotel Evripides
Evripidou 79
10553 Athens
7.1 / 10
from 50 €
Civitel Olympic Hotel
2a Kifissias Avenue & Pantanassis str.
115 23 Athens
4.9 / 10
from 112 €
Stanley Hotel
1, Odysseos Street, Karaiskaki Square
10437 Athens
7.4 / 10
from 79 €
Epidavros Hotel
14 Koumoundourou Street
10437 Athens
6.7 / 10
from 44 €
Golden Age
57, Michalakopoulou
11528 Athens
6.6 / 10
from 91 €
Hotel Odeon
Pireos St. 42
10437 Athens
6.8 / 10
from 45 €
The Margi Hotel
11, Litous Street
16671 Athens
9.3 / 10
from 144 €
Classical Baby Grand Hotel
65 Athinas & Lycourgou Street
10551 Athens
6.6 / 10
from 119 €
Athens Diamond Plus
23 Voulis and Mitropoleos
10563 Athens
7.8 / 10
from 98 €
Airotel Alexandros
8,Timoleontos Vassou Street
11521 Athens
6.7 / 10
from 62 €
Athens

Tons of History

Athens is one of the oldest cities in the world, and over the years, the city has worked very hard to preserve as much of the ruins and history as it can, which makes it a perfect place to spend a vacation.

After hosting the Summer Olympics in 2004, the city was able to really undergo a number of large renovation projects, which has helped it to increase infrastructure and transportation options all around Athens proper.

In order to get to Athens, most visitors will arrive via the Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport, about twenty miles outside Athens, that serves as a big hub for many European cities. Athens is also a port city and many visitors arrive via ferry from Italy, the Greek Islands and Turkey.

Must See Museums and Ruins

Any visitor who comes to Athens has to schedule a lot of time to see some of the many world class museums that the city has to offer. Some of the first stops should be to head over to the New Acropolis Museum, National Archaeological Museum, and the Byzantine Museum.

Visitors must also take in some of the ruins that are scattered all over Athens. The Acropolis has to be one of the first places to stop by. Climb to the top and take in panoramic views of the city beyond learning about the history of the modern world. On top of the Acropolis houses some sites atop it including the Parthenon and the Temple of Athena.

Outdoor Walking Areas

Athens is also home to some really great wide open walking areas that meander between the ruins. One of the best and most well preserved is the Temple of Hephaestus, others would also include Filopappos Hill, which has some of the best views in Athens, and the Odeum of Herodes Atticus, a historic theater.

Some of the other sites to be sure to see are going to include the Panathenaic Stadium, the site of the modern Olympics, the Agora, once the main marketplace of Athens and the Plaka one of the most interesting neighborhoods in Athens.
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Athens:

Greece’s Capital city is Athens. Athens on the one hand is a very historic city with numerous sights and museums, but on the other hand modern and pulsating. When visiting Athens on a short trip there are a few venues you should note down. It certainly is a must to visit the acropolis. But you should also make sure to see the Dyonisos theatre, to name only a few sights.

Due to the international airport, Athens is an important traffic junction. With regards to the infrastructure you can say that Athens has been built in a highly modern way. With Athens’ metro and its sophisticatedly worked-out suburban trains as well as the motorway interchange, it has built up a traffic system that meets the requirements of the constantly growing traffic. Athens is the venue of many tourists, but there are also many foreigners who come to Athens to live and work there.

Athens offers a lot of hotels and guesthouses. The sufficient number and diversity of the hotels makes it easy to find a suitable accommodation in Athens. The choice of nice bars, cafés and restaurants is gigantic as well. You may always stop and stay at a café to make a break during your city tour. And you can eat very well and comfortable in one of the restaurants, which offer domestic as well as international cuisine.

The main economic factors playing a role in Athens are navigation and, of course, tourism. The pharmaceutical industry has gained a foothold in Athens again, while other branches of industries wander off.

Athens is characterised by a dry and humid climate. In the summer the temperature rarely sinks in the night time.

The total population is split into the municipal Athens with 720,979 inhabitants, the prefecture of Athens with 2,664,776 inhabitants and the metropolitan area with 3,799,134 inhabitants. Athens has the postal code 100.

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