Hotels in Athens, Greece
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- Athens City Centre
- Regency Casino Mont Parnes
- Omonia Square
- Mavili Square
- Mitera Maternity Hospital
- Kavouri Beach
- Hygeia Hospital
- U.S. Embassy
- Athens Concert Hall
- Iaso General Hospital
- Pedion Areos Park
- National Technical University of Athens
- Rea Maternity Hospital
- Glyfada Golf Club of Athens
- Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion
- Syntagma Square
- Peace and Friendship Stadium
- Athens Olympic Stadium
Best hotels in Athens
When you visit an ancient city like Athens, you want to book a room that's as convenient and as close to the center of activities and shopping as possible. There are museums to explore, street markets to peruse, and music to enjoy. A central location saves you time and travel expense in a city like this Greek hub, where you will have many must-see places to visit. You can find Athens hotels in the shadow of the Acropolis, as well as more discreet places to stay down many of the city's narrow, twisting alleyways. The easiest way to get a great room in Athens, at a competitive price, is to use Hotels.com from the time you start planning your trip. Simply visit Hotels.com and begin your search for rooms right away. You don't have to log in or create an account until you're ready to book your rooms. You can also read reviews from real guests to get a feel for the various options available in Athens.
What's Athens Like?
While Athens is known for its remarkable history and ancient ruins, it's also an ideal place for food lovers. A typical day in Athens begins with a cup of coffee. Find a respected shop and prepare to wait as each cup is meticulously mixed and brewed. Don't be afraid to have only coffee as you start the day. Wander around until you find a shop selling another traditional breakfast item: yogurt smothered in nuts and honey. After you lick your lips, visit a museum or historic site. The Parthenon is a good choice. Then hit up a street market for a snack of olives or fruit. Shop a little for trinkets before your midday meal. For lunch, find a souflaki stand, where you'll savor a fried pita bread disc covered in pork or beef, with veggies on top. After walking off this meal, return to your Athens hotel for a little nap. If it's a pleasant night, head out to catch a show at one of Athens' many open-air cinemas. If it's after nine at night when the show lets out, so what? Athens doesn't come alive until the sun goes down, and many residents don't eat their suppers until after ten. After a pleasant meal of shellfish and other fresh seafood delights, dance a little, then head back to your room to rest up for another exciting day in Athens.
How to Get Along with Locals in Athens
Greeks are proud of their country and of their culture. Showing respect and admiration for the history and accomplishments of Greece is a guaranteed way to impress the locals in Athens. You'll find the residents love to answer questions about their community and about their own favorite attractions. The opportunity to find unique souvenirs is one of the most endearing qualities of Athens. You'll find artisans who make everything from sandals to candles. While you're in the shops, feel free to chat with artisans and shopkeepers alike. They'll be happy to suggest places to eat and sights to see. A famous token from Athens is a set of worry beads, often carried by Greek men, and available in small shops all over the city. The craftspeople who create the beads will share with you the worry beads' meaning and significance if you ask. Be friendly and respectful, and the people of Athens will graciously return the favor.
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