Athens

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Athens
Athens

Athens is the capital of Greece and among the most interesting places in the world with a history of 3000 years.  Athens Greece is the best destination for a city break as it has amazing places to visit, including the world-famous Acropolis with the Temple of Parthenon, the New Acropolis Museum, the Theatre of Herodes Atticus, the Ancient Agora, the Roman Agora and others.
A large part of the town’s historic centre has been converted into a 3-kilometre pedestrian zone (the largest in Europe), leading to the major archaeological sites.
Syntagma and Omonia are the main central squares of the town.
Other areas like Plaka and Monastiraki, a characteristic area of “old” Athens, with narrow streets and small buildings where the city’s traditional bazaar is held.  Close to it is the Psyrri area, a traditional neighborhood which during the past few years has evolved into one of the most important “centres” of the town’s nightlife, with scores of bars, tavernas, ouzeris, clubs, etc.
Athens and the wider Attica area, you will find hotel accommodation of high standard, modern means of transportation, a wide choice of opportunities for shopping, dining and nightlife, good service and also all the hospitality from the inhabitants. 
After a full day walking around Athens city, do not miss a drink at night in the many hot spots. Located in a central spot in Greece, the city is also very convenient for day trips to archaeological sites in the mainland and close islands in the Aegean Sea.
The main regions of Athens are  Acropolis, Glyfada, Kolonaki, Monastiraki, Omonia, Plaka, Syntagma, Thisio

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How to get there

Flights - The International Airport of Athens is located in the region of Spata about 30km from the city center. There are many domestic and international flights and there is always transportation to Port Piraeus, Port Rafina and the city center.
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    Ferries - There are 3 ports around Athens. The busiest is the port of Piraeus, that serves ferries to the majority of the Greek islands, Crete, and a few ports in Peloponnese. The port of Rafina, on the northeastern side of Athens, is the closest to the airport and serves ferries to Cyclades islands and southern Evia. The port of Lavrion is located close to Cape Sounion and serves ferries to Kea and Lemnos all year round and to few islands of the Cyclades in summer.
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