Civitel Olympic Hotel

Address: 2a Kifisias Avenue, Marousi, Attica, 15125, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Χαλάνδρι area of Marousi, is near Heraion, Efpalinion Tunnel, Archaeological Museum, and Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Marousi

    Exploring Athens (and shopping)

    A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Jul 23, 2015

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    ... change. It was the same as when I was last here, somewhat stupid. The guys look insane kicking their legs out like emus and stamping their little Pom Pom shoes. After this we meandered home for a rest as we wanted to tackle the hill of the Acropolis when the heat of the day and passed. We basically just sat in our room and started our packing for the next day before it was time to head out again. We saw everything I did last time! The first theatre, the new theatre ...


    A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... was built to house the great statue of Athena commissioned by Pericles and to serve as the new treasurye. In 426Ad the gold plated 12 metre high statue was taken to Constantinople where it disappeared. The Erechtheion lies to the north . It had six maidens who supported its southern portico. These are plaster casts the originals are in the Acroplois Museum . The view from the Acropolis of Athens is speculate. We went out to the end of the Acropolis and took panorama photos ...

    Welcome to Athens and the Greek Crossroads

    A travel blog entry by odie1 on Jul 02, 2015

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    ... out to Monastriki square. Here we turned towards the direction of the Acropolis and quickly came upon our first Athenian archaeological site, Hadrien's Library, built by the Roman emperor Hadrien's 132 AD. Most of the west side, with its magnificent giant columns are preserved while the majority of the rest of the building is gone however the original site is scattered with original pieces of all shapes and sizes. Next we came upon the Roman Agora which was undergoing quite a bit of work ...

    A whistle stop tour of some of the ancient sights

    A travel blog entry by simon-nicky on Mar 21, 2015

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    This morning we awoke & took a peek out of the balcony where we were greeted by beautiful blue sky. Therefore we quickly hopped out of bed, had some breakfast before running out the door to enjoy the heat. We took a walk and stumbled across the Lysicrates monument. We followed this on until we came to an area called Pandrossou - which had lots of tempting shops, although Simon was close to losing Nicky to the ...

    The acropolis museum and changing of the guard

    A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... best museums. Surprisingly we spent almost three hours touring the museum and still we did not see everything on display. The late afternoon saw us head for the Parliament building where we were able to watch the changing of the guard. A truly unusual spectacle as the dress of the guards and their very peculiar gait is really unique. The guards stand to attention, ...