Athens

15 Dec 2018 - 16 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Athens?

9.8
History Buffs
7.2
Foodies
6.8
Adventure Travellers
6.7
Family Travellers
6.6
Backpackers
Member reviews (316)
James Gibbons
James GibbonsMiami
06/12/2017

Athens is full of ancient history, architecture, and great food. The city is rather big so plan for a lot of time between all of the historic sites.

velaske
velaskeEdinburgh
29/12/2017

Although the center and most of the interesting places to see are close to the Acropolis, it still is one the must see cities in Europe.

Ivan Alcorn
Ivan AlcornAthens
19/06/2017

More than 3000 years of Western history, from then till now all in one, super vibrant city. Sort of like a big civizilation soup. Great night life, more things to do and see than you possibly shake a stick at. Easy access to beautiful Islands, beaches and countryside. Probably the most reasonably priced place to visit in Europe. Go there love it!

Matina Dalloway
Matina DallowayAthens
09/03/2017

Street food insider's info: Traditional delicious souvlaki at Psyri,Iroon square 6 Nikita's tavern (mousaka + stuffed tomatos + fava ) at psyri area as well Great falafel at Aiolou street Lachmatzoun at Feyrouz (Aiolou street as well) And, finally, impeakable seafood and fish at "to yperokeaneion" , Peiraeus. Καλή όρεξη :)

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