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Syngrou Avenue is a popular part of Athens for vacationers because of its convenience and the large number of modern hotels dotted along it. Staying in hotels in Syngrou, Athens allows visitors to blend access to the coast with all of Athens' great urban attractions; a superb combination. At, we have partnered with the best hotels in the area, from the most modern and spacious to smaller, more homely options. You can find out everything you need to know about our travel partners, from location maps to photographs as well as key information such as whether a swimming pool is available on site. Read through customer reviews from expert travelers to check that each hotel provides a high quality service. Then book the right accommodation as early as possible to secure great discounts courtesy of's accommodation partners.

What's Syngrou Like?

Syngrou Avenue is one of the most important streets in Athens. Stretching from the Aegean Coast right into the city center, it's a major artery for the city's traffic. It also happens to be home to many of the city's leading hotels. Attractions near Syngrou include the Hill of the Muses (also known as Filopappou Hill), where you can also find the Church of Agios Dimitrios Loumbardiaris with its fine frescoes. See the Folk Art and Tradition Museum or climb up to the Acropolis to see the breath-taking Parthenon. The Museum of the Acropolis can be found at the base of the hill, while there are plenty of other galleries and museums to enjoy. Towards the sea, anyone staying in hotels in Syngrou, Athens can easily catch ferries over to the islands of Salamis and Aegina.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Athens recommends having a few words of Greek ready to deploy. You don't need to be fluent, but a couple of words will always help when meeting the locals. Most people in this cosmopolitan city will speak English, but it's good to make the effort. We recommend heading out to the coast of Attica if you can. It's how the locals deal with the heat of mid Summer and there are some wonderful beaches. Make full use of the public transport system as well. The Metro can get you underneath the Acropolis to districts like Kolonaki in minutes and is very affordable. Most of all, head into the streets around Syngrou Avenue to sample down to earth restaurants that are popular with the locals. It should be easy to avoid the tourist traps when you book hotels in Syngrou, Athens with

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