Description of the destination

Athens, the capital of Greece, is one of the oldest and most important historical cities in the world. The city is known for its rich ancient history, archaeological monuments, modern life and culture.


  • Parthenon: A symbol and supreme example of ancient Greek architecture, the Parthenon is a temple built on top of the Acropolis in honor of the goddess Athena.
  • Erechtheion: Another temple on the Acropolis that is famous for its caryatids, statues of female figures carrying the roof.

National Archaeological Museum:

  • It contains the largest collection of ancient Greek art and artifacts in the world, including many finds from the Acropolis and the island of Santorini.

The old town of Plaka:

  • A picturesque district full of narrow streets, markets, restaurants and shops with traditional souvenirs.


  • Market with various shops, stalls and bistros. It is known above all for its lively atmosphere and traditional Greek goods.


  • The highest peak in Athens with a panoramic view of the entire city. At the top is the chapel of St. George.

National Garden:

  • An oasis of greenery and peace in the city center, where you can relax from the hustle and bustle of the streets.

Modern cultural and artistic centers:

  • Acropolis Museum: Modernly designed museum with an exhibition focused on archaeological finds from the Acropolis.
  • Benaki Museum: Focused on Greek culture from prehistoric times to the present day.


  • Athens offers a variety of Greek cuisine with traditional dishes such as moussaka, souvlaki, tzatziki and fresh fish.
  • Monastiraki and Plaka are ideal places for tasting Greek specialties in taverns and restaurants.


  • In the evening, the city comes to life thanks to the rich offer of bars, cafes and nightclubs.

Athens is a combination of ancient and modern, giving visitors a unique insight into Greece’s rich history and contemporary life.