Visiting Athens is a thrilling experience even for the best travelled guests of this ageless city of all seasons. Located between mountains and the sea, the choices of places to visit and things to do are simply endless!
A quaint neighbourhood that will set you back in the old-world of Athens. Neoclassical buildings, stores full of souvenirs and cafes under leafy trees will take you through a journey of a bygone era.
Athens’ high street made-pedestrian, Ermou Street offers a range of international and local brands and caters for men and women of all ages.
A landmark for which no introduction is necessary, located on a rocky outcrop above the city can be reached within 15 min of leisurely walk through the cobblestone pedestrian street up from Thisio.
One of the most vibrant and colourful neighbourhoods of Athens, Monastiraki is buzzing with its flea market during the day and its local tavernas in the evening.
Syntagma means Constitution and this is where the Greek Parliament is located, in the building that was once the King’s Palace.
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier:
In front of the Parliament building facing the square, where you can enjoy the official changing of the guard by Evzones, the soldiers dressed in traditional uniform.
We are proud of our city, its tradition, its ancient monuments and its modern outlook. The task of listing the most notable cites is truly hard, so please talk to our reception staff for more tailor made recommendations.