Athens, Greece

Holiday in Athens

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Discover Athens, the jewel of Greece, named after the venerable goddess of wisdom, Athena. With its magnificent Acropolis looking out over the modern and cosmopolitan city, Athens is the birthplace of Western civilization and a cultural treasure waiting to be explored.

The cradle of Western philosophy, democracy and theater, the Greek capital continues to be a global center of culture, and its historic center is home to iconic classical sites and museums filled with ancient Greek artifacts, many of which are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites List.

For a foray into history, visit the Archaeological Park, where you will meet the grandeur of the ancient civilization. Here you can explore the New Acropolis Museum, a modern gem of technology that houses light and airy exhibitions, and the National Archaeological Museum, the largest archaeological museum in Greece. Athens invites you to explore its modern side as well. Plaka, the old historic quarter, lies below the Acropolis and is a charming destination with narrow streets and traditional taverns. For an authentic experience of everyday life, don't miss a stroll through Monastiraki, where you can sample local delicacies and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere.

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Standing proudly on the Acropolis, the Parthenon is a symbol of Athens, drawing the awe of all its visitors. This wonderful masterpiece of ancient Greek architecture will fascinate you with its remarkable details and rich history.

National Archaeological Museum

A cultural treasure house that houses spectacular artifacts from all over Ancient Greece. From sculptures of the Olympian gods to jewelry and ceramics, this museum mirrors the history of Greek civilization.

Temple of Olympian Zeus

The impressive ruin of the largest temple in Ancient Greece, dedicated to the king of the gods, will charm you with its immense dimensions and its legendary story, being a must-see for history and architecture lovers.

Panathenaic Stadium

It is where the first modern Olympic Games were held in 1896. With an interesting history and magnificent architecture, this stadium is a living testament to the Greek passion for sport and competition.

Ancient Agora

A vital center of political, social and commercial life in Ancient Athens, the Agora is filled with relics illustrating the daily life of the ancient Greeks. Explore the impressive remains of the public market, temples and other important buildings from that period.

New Acropolis Museum

A must-see for any visitor interested in the history and archeology of Athens, the museum reveals an impressive collection of artifacts discovered on the Acropolis, offering a fascinating insight into the city's rich cultural heritage.

Ancient theater of Dionysus

Located at the foot of the Acropolis, this ancient theater impresses with its grandeur and exciting atmosphere. Witness the place where the greatest tragedies and comedies of the ancient world took place, in a natural scene that will surely fascinate you.

Temple of Hephaestus

It is one of the best preserved ancient structures in Athens. The impressive temple is dedicated to the Greek god of fire and metallurgy, Hephaestus. Built in the 5th century BC, the temple has a remarkable, simple and elegant architecture.

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