Athens Travel Vacation Hotel Tourist Attractions

Athens Harbor, Greece

Athens Harbor, Greece

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Athens – The Host City for the XXVIII Olympiad in 2004

Athens 2004 the XXVIII Olympiad

Map of Greece

Map of Greece

Athens, founded in the 9th century B.C., is the Greece’s capital and largest city. Athens is the host city for the XXVIII Olympic Games in 2004. With natural beauty, Mediterranean climate, and the fascinating history and the origin of the Olympic Games, Athens as well as Greece will continuously be one of the world major travel destinations for the coming years.

Athens is an exciting city combined with ancient ruins and modern life. The Acropolis and Parthenon, the Temple of Zeus, the first Olympic Stadium, the National Archeological Museum, the Plaka area are some of the highlights of Athens sightseeing.

Athens Luxury Hotels

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The Acropolis, Athens, Greece

The Acropolis, Athens, Greece

The Divani Apollon Palace Hotel is an elegant and luxurious hotel situated on the beach – overlooking the picturesque Saronic Gulf – appealing to both leisure and business travelers. This luxury hotel’s sensitive interior is supplemented by its extensive gardens, spacious sundecks, swimming pools, organized private beach and amazing sea view.

Athens Ruins, Greece

Athens Ruins, Greece

With ISDN lines, direct phones with data ports and voicemail, and extensive banquet and meeting convention facilities, the deluxe five-star Divani Caravel Hotel is ideally situated in the heart of the city, just minutes away from the business center, the fashionable Kolanki with its exclusive shopping, and trendy cafés and restaurants as well as important museums such as the Museum of Clycladic Arts and the National Gallery.