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Plaka Hotel Athens Star Rating 3        
7 Kapnikareas & Mitropoleos, Plaka

Overlooking the ancient Acropolis of Athens, this relaxed, downtown hotel is a 2-minute walk from the nearest metro station, an 11-minute walk from the Parthenon and a 14-minute walk from the Acropolis Museum.The bright, laid-back rooms offer free Wi-Fi, minifridges and satellite TV. Upgraded rooms feature either balconies or views of the Acropolis.
Hermes Hotel Athens Star Rating 3        
19 Apollonos Street, Plaka

Hermes hotel is a very modern boutique 3 star superior hotel in a top location ! Situated at the exceptional and renowned region of Plaka which is considered to be one of the most exquisite areas of Athens. Hermes hotel is a small, stylish and functional complex of unique aesthetics and excellent organization, which offers a synthesis of comfortable accommodation and qualitative services, in an relaxing environment.The hotel has 45 rooms, totally renovated in 2004 with a fresh atmosphere special touch and care to all little details.
Vienna Hotel Athens Star Rating 2        
20 Pireos Street

A 2-minute walk from a metro station, this straightforward hotel in a functional building is 1 km from the National Archaeological Museum and 2 km from the Acropolis of Athens.Down-to-earth rooms with relaxed furnishings feature free Wi-Fi, TVs and minifridges. Many have balconies.
Athens Center Square Star Rating 3        
15 Aristogitonos Street

Set in the historic city center, this relaxed hotel has colorful interiors and is a 12-minute walk from the Ancient Agora of Athens, 2 km from the iconic Acropolis of Athens and 4 km from Mount Lycabettus.Featuring soundproof windows with city views, the bright rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks, as well as safes and minifridges. Upgraded rooms have views of the Acropolis or Lycabettus.
Rio Hotel Athens Star Rating 3        
13 Odysseos Street, Karaiskaki Square

This refined hotel in a restored neoclassical building is a minute's walk from the nearest metro station, 2 km from the National Archaeological Museum and 4 km from the Acropolis.The relaxed rooms come with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and safes, as well as minifridges. Room service is offered.
Hotel Zinon Star Rating 3        
3 Keramikou & Zinonos Street

This is a central hotel close to the very heart of Athens and easy to reach, being not far from Larissa Railway Station and the motorway. A few minutes from Omonia Square and the city's shopping area.This is a good standard hotel in a central location within easy reach of many famous Athens sights.
Hotel Fivos Athens Star Rating 2        
23 Athinas Street

Situated only a short stroll from Monastiraki Metro Station, Hotel Fivos Athens provides guests with a convenient base while in Athens. It is conveniently positioned for guests wishing to visit local attractions.The hotel treats guests to a 24-hour reception and luggage storage.
Carol Hotel Star Rating 2        
Diovouniotou 31 & Akti Protopsalti, Mikrolimano

Carol Hotel is located in Athens and provides free Wi-Fi. It is conveniently positioned for those wishing to discover the area's attractions.Rooms at Carol come with hair dryers and showers.
Alyzia Hotel Star Rating 1        
Kapodistriou 3,

Providing a shuttle service to Eleftherios Venizelos Airport, plus complimentary Wi-Fi, Alyzia Hotel is a comfortable place to stay in Athens. It also provides an express check-in and check-out feature, a 24-hour reception and a concierge.Alyzia Hotel has 12 well-appointed rooms, each with an en suite bathroom.
Athens Imperial        
2-4-6, Meg.Alexandrou,

Featuring a sauna and a seasonal swimming pool, the hotel is situated in Athens and is a brief walk from the Municipal Gallery of Athens. It provides 5-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms.Guests can enjoy the outdoors on the terrace or have a beverage at the bar.
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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.

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.

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.