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Athens Ledra Hotel Star Rating 5        
115 Syngrou Avenue

With views of the Acropolis, this modern, urban hotel is 8 minutes from Kasomoulis train station.Featuring marble bathrooms, the contemporary rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screens with satellite channels, tea/coffeemakers and minifridges. Upgraded rooms and studios add separate bedrooms and executive lounge access, while suites offer dining rooms (some have Jacuzzis).
Acropolis Museum Boutique Hotel Star Rating 3.5        
48 Syngrou Avenue

This warm hotel, set in a restored classical building, lies a 2-minute walk from a metro station, a 4-minute walk from the Mouseio Akropolis museum and 1.1 km from the Acropolis.Plush rooms with genteel decor provide complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, in addition to minifridges and safes.
Golden Age Hotel Athens Star Rating 4        
57 Michalakopoulou Avenue

This upscale, urban hotel is 3.5 km from the National Archaeological Museum, 4.4 km from the temple ruins of the Parthenon and 5 km from the Ancient Agora of Athens.
Central Athens Hotel Star Rating 3        
21 Apollonos Street, Plaka

This unfussy, modern hotel is a 6-minute walk from a metro station, an 11-minute walk from the Parthenon and 1 km from the Acropolis of Athens.Low-key rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus marble bathrooms. Upgraded rooms add balconies and Acropolis views.
Zafolia Hotel Star Rating 4        
87-89 Alexandras Avenue

This unfussy hotel on a tree-lined boulevard is 2 km from Mount Lycabettus, a Cretaceous limestone hill, and within 5 km of both the ancient Acropolis of Athens and the iconic Parthenon.Straightforward rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, satellite TV and minifridges. Upgraded rooms offer terraces and hill views.
Xenophon Hotel Star Rating 3        
340 Acharnon Street

This understated hotel offering views of Mount Lycabettus is a 3-minute walk from a metro station, 3 km from the neoclassical National Archaeological Museum and 7 km from the stately Acropolis.Down-to-earth rooms feature free Wi-Fi, TVs and balconies; most offer views of the Acropolis and Mount Lycabettus. Family quarters sleep up to 4 guests, while a suite adds a living room.
Phaedra Hotel Athens Star Rating 1        
16 Herefondos Str

This understated budget hotel is a 6-minute walk from the Acropolis Museum and 3 km from the National Archaeological Museum.The airy, straightforward rooms with tile floors feature free Wi-Fi, TVs and desks. Select rooms have separate private bathrooms, and other rooms have private balconies with views of the Acropolis.
Hotel Anemoni Star Rating 2        
65-67 Evripidou Street

This unassuming hotel in the downtown area, lies 1 km from Piraeus ferry terminal and 12 km from the Parthenon and the Acropolis of Athens.The simple rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. They also come with safes, and upgraded rooms include balconies.
The Student & Travellers Inn Star Rating 1        
16 Kydathinaion

This straightforward modern hostel, set in the historic Plaka district, lies within 4 minutes' walk of 4 tram and metro stops, and a 7-minute walk from the Parthenon.The bare-bones dorms and private rooms come with shared or private bathrooms, along with air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi. Some feature balconies.
The Y Hotel Kifissia Star Rating 3.5        
3 Mykonou Street

This sleek hotel in a modern building is a 5-minute walk from the Goulandris Natural History Museum, a 12-minute walk from the nearest metro stop and 7 km from Athens Olympic Sports Complex.The sophisticated rooms feature flat-screen TVs; some come with sitting areas. Upgraded quarters have garden views.
 
 
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Things to do
Athens is known for its history and breathtaking sights. Don't miss the Temple of Olympian Zeus and the Acropolis, a World Heritage site dating back to the Bronze Age, and potent symbol of where modern civilization began. The city is also known for its art and its most renowned gallery holds examples of masterpieces by El Greco.

Shopping
Unlike many cities, shops in Athens are mostly family-run affairs as the super-sized malls are yet to become dominant. Souvenir shops are aplenty in tourist areas, selling reproductions of landmarks and ceramics. For boutique shopping head to the Kolonaki district or Ermou Street for clothes and accessories.

Dining
Greeks love to socialise and the city continues to buzz long after its European counterparts have gone to bed. Psistaria are the Greek version of steakhouses, often buffet style with spit-roasted meat on show. Try Souvlaki, a traditional Greek take-away dish, consisting of grilled meat, sliced tomato and onion, tzatziki and French fries wrapped in a pita bread.