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Getting your accommodation right is crucial if you want to be sure that you will enjoy your trip to Exarhia to the full. It is as simple as can be to book an amazing place to stay in Exarhia when you book with Hotels.com. Our travel experts have scoured the Exarhia neighborhood of Athens high and low to bring you a varied list of accommodation options, with something to suit travelers of all budgets and needs. At Hotels.com, we make sure to include photos of all of our hotels in Exarhia, Athens so that you get a sneak preview of what each hotel is like. We also encourage our users to share their thoughts about hotels that they have stayed in as part of our accredited user rating program, so be sure to check out the reviews of the hotels that you are thinking of booking. Great for museums, historic buildings, and the arts, Exarhia is a vibrant and interesting part of Athens to stay in during your vacation in the city.

What's Exarhia Like?

One of the key attractions in Exarhia is the National Archaeological Museum of Athens, which is a fascinating place to while away a morning. Climb up Strefi hill and look down on the district, or just stroll through the streets exploring the comic book shops, art galleries and trendy cafes for which the Exarhia neighborhood is famous. Another important landmark in Exarhia is the National Technical University of Athens, which is housed in an impressive building. Cinema lovers staying in Exarhia, meanwhile, will be delighted to learn that this neighborhood is home to one of the summer cinemas, known as 'Vox'.

How to Get Along with Locals in Exarhia

Learning a little about customs and etiquette in Greek life will help you to live as locals do in Exarhia. For instance, it is good to know that it is generally acceptable to be late for meetings in Greece, and public festivals might start even a couple of hours after their stated start time, and go on well into the night. Make sure to try some local culinary delicacies too, as the residents of Athens are justifiably proud of their delicious food. Try taramasalata, fish grilled in healthy olive oil, village salad, and the lemon dish of greens known as horta. We used our considerable knowledge of Exarhia to bring you a fantastic range of hotels in Exarhia, Athens for you to choose from. With plenty of rooms available right now, why not book in to one of these great hotels in Exarhia, Athens today?

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