This hotel is centrally located within easy walking distance of Omonia Square, the Archaeological Museum and the central station. Syntagma, Kolonaki and the tourist areas of Plaka and Monostiraki are a short taxi or metro ride away from the hotel. This 4-star hotel boasts luxury rooms overlookin...
Travel Dates: 1 - 31 May 2020.
Athens Walking City Tour with Acropolis
The tour, which is a must while in Athens, begins in front of the House of Parliament in Syntagma Sq. where you will see the Monument of the Unknown Soldier and the change of the famous Euzony Guards. A pleasant walk will follow through the National Gardens and on to the Za...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 1 April - 31 October 2020.
One word to conjure images of an ancient land resplendent with World Heritage listings? One word for 6,000 turquoise sea-rimmed islands? Friendly locals who will want to feed you whatever your age or size? Yes, 'Greece'.
An ancient Mediterranean land surrounded by dazzling blue oceans
Wander the shores, mountains, olive groves and old metropolises even for a short time and you'll feel like you've found a second home. Greece does that. Everything is vaguely familiar but spiced with the foreign. Then when you realise the extent to which this country has influenced the language, arts, philosophy, politics and sports of western society – it makes sense.
Modernity pushes through Athens' 12 hills and its ancient wonders are crowned by the Acropolis – the old 'high city'. Ancient Delphi, the medieval city of Rhodes and the old town of Corfu are among Greece's top cultural heritage monuments. It's another world altogether in the pulsing clubs of Mykonos. Whichever facets of this old land (or sea) your holiday in Greece takes you to, be sure to bring an appetite. In coastal fishing towns, island cafes or city restaurants, you'll be wooed beyond tangy tzatziki and grilled souvlaki, time and again. This is the land of gods and legends, beware their spell.