Celebrate your love with your loved one on the Roof Top of our Crowne Plaza Athens City Centre savoring the tasteful menu by our talented chef especially for you. Champagne, 3 wonderful courses and a small gift with view of the Athenian night sky and Mount Lycabettus await for you
Methana is a picturesque peninsula of the east coast of Peloponnese close to Poros island, famous for its thermal spa due to a volcano. Untouched natural environment, deep blue sea, therapeutic spring waters, Methana offer to visitors serenity, revitalisation, revival of senses. Apart from walks by the sea and the narrow strip of land that
Salamina is the birthplace of mythological hero Aias and Euripides, one of the three great tragedians of classical Athens. Salamina Island is known for the naval battle of Salamis and the victory of the Greek fleet against the Persian Empire in 480 B.C. The ancient glory of Salamina was not utilized by modern inhabitants of
There is an alternative way to get around Athens historical and commercial centre, archaeological sites and entertainment spots, by bike. It’s easy, quick, it has fun and it’s safe. Extended pedestrian-only give a unique opportunity to everybody to enjoy cycling routes away from city’s traffic and noise. Dionysiou Areopagitou is ideal as a starting point.
There is an easy and relaxing way to do a sightseeing and shopping tour in Athens with a toy-like street train. Within an hour you can pass by all the major archaeological sites and famous spots of city centre hopping on and off wherever you like. For more information: www.athenshappytrain.com
Athens Sightseeing Bus is touring around all “must-see” spors of city centre in an easy and relaxing way. It’s an open double-decker bus providing to visitors a full view of museums, monuments and historical spots of Athens. Tours start from Syntagma square and their duration is 90 minutes. For more information: www.city-sightseeing.com/tour-Athens
Syntagma square – Plaka – New Acropolis Museum Being on Syntagma square you can easily enter the area of Plaka which is the oldest and most prestigious neighbourhood of Athens. Attached to the Holy Rock of Acropolis it’s a “must-see” area for every visitor setting foot in Athens. It’s unique, it’s picturesque, full of labyrinthine