Athens Greece Hotels:
- Hotels in Athens City Center and all over Attica (Attiki)
- Hotels in Athens and Attica (Attiki) for individuals, groups and businessmen
- Hotels in Athens Suburbs, Athens Coast, Beach Hotels in Athens Greece
- Luxury Hotels in Athens Greece
- Hotels in downtown Athens near Acropolis, Plaka, Syntagma sq., Monastiraki ect.
Greece is located at the southernmost tip of the Balkan Peninsula and of mainland Europe. It is geographically privileged, situated at the crossroads of East and West, amid Europe, Africa and Asia. This remarkable country has something for everyone; history, culture, archaeological sites, art, drama, music and astonishing natural beauty.
Athens is the magnificent capital of Greece and the country's economical, political and cultural center, famous primarily for its abundance of ancient treasures. It is the birthplace of democracy and the cradle of western civilization. Today, Athens still reflects the values and ideals of noble ancient times, but has also become a modern, highly developed major European city.
Athens is a superior tourism destination for pleasure and business travelers, due to the fact that it is a multifaceted city that provides a wide variety of activities, satisfying all types of visitors. Being such a tourism friendly metropolis, Athens possesses hotel accommodation for every possible preference and budget. There are an unlimited number of hotels in Athens that cater to the thousands of tourists that come to Greece each year.
For the pleasure tourist, Athens offers numerous archaeological and historical sites, golden sandy beaches, and incomparable nooks and crannies where visitors can experience the Greek lifestyle and explore the uniqueness and glory that is Athens.
For the professional tourist, Athens provides a plethora of business venues including, exhibition, fair and seminar halls and international scientific and commercial conference areas.
While staying in Athens and the Attica region, travellers should definitely visit what are globally considered as some of the most important sites in the world, such as, the Acropolis, the Parthenon, the Ancient Agora, the Erechtheion, the Acropolis Museum, the Herod Atticus Odeon, the Panathenaic Stadium (the Marble Stadium), the Temple of Zeus, Marathon and its Museum, the National Archaeological Museum, The Museum of Cycladic and Ancient Greek Art, and many more.