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Finding the perfect place to stay in the Omonia region of Athens is so easy with Our Athenian travel experts have worked with the top Omonia hotels to bring you a fantastic selection of places to stay in the region. When you browse our collection of hotels in Omonia, Athens, you will quickly see that you can find everything here from an ultra luxurious honeymoon suite to a family friendly set of rooms close to all of the main sights. So that you can book with peace of mind, we include photos of all of our hotels in Omonia, Athens. We also provide you with reviews that you can read, written by other site users, to gain an accurate insight into what your experience as a guest at each hotel will be like. With its large central square, Omonia has lots of great places to visit like museums, galleries and churches.

What's Omonia Like?

In the center of the Omonia district of Athens you will find Omonia Square with its majestic architecture and splendid statues. This is a great place to come when you stay in Omonia, particularly as there are various cafes and shops dotted around. Close by, you will find the National Historical Museum, as well as the Athenian Old Parliament. If you love theater, meanwhile, then make sure to visit the Athens Theater Museum in Omonia, especially as many people believe that theater was created in ancient Athens. The National Library is situated in Omonia, and is an impressive building as well as a wonderful place to study. And if you are still craving culture, be sure to swing by the Historical and Ethnological Museum in Omonia.

How to Get Along with Locals in Omonia

Remember just a few pointers of Greek etiquette and your stay is sure to go smoothly. For instance, handshakes are a common greeting here, and it is best to accompany them with lots of warm eye contact. The Athenians' way of saying 'no' is to tilt the head back, whilst the US 'OK' sign with the thumb and forefinger making a circle, is considered an obscene gesture here. Try local delicacies like olives, taramasalata, octopus with garlic and of course village salad (which is what is known as a 'Greek salad' in other countries) which you can have with or without feta. At we have a wealth of detailed knowledge about travel to Omonia. We have a fantastic range of hotels in Omonia, Athens on our site just waiting to be booked, so why not choose the room of your dreams today?

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