Hotel Atlantis

138 Notara, Piraeus, Attica, 18536 , Greece | Hotel
Prices starting from $39.00

Travel Blogs from Piraeus

A pretty little stowaway

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin


... and calmly sat while she was gently picked up and was carried outside to freedom. I wonder if she will stay on board until we reach Sicily tomorrow, and do birds from different countries speak or tweet different languages like humans?

The rest of the day passed peacefully and uneventfully and we managed to find our cruise buddies among all the new passengers and had a good catch up over dinner. Next stop ...

Athens and the Acropolis and BO

A travel blog entry by bsrancho5

... of humans. The views across the city are breathtaking and surreal.

After being thirsty and pretty tired, it was great to find a shaded and cool restaurant on the way back to the train station. With some Alpha beer and very good chicken kabobs, we were ready to make it back to the train station. At the end of the train ride we decided not to walk the 1 1.2 miles back to ...


A travel blog entry by chrisandaletta


... some relief in the shade of an olive tree, but we were both a hot, exhausted mess by that time. Visiting the Acropolis during mid day was not the smartest of ideas but unfortunately that is how the tour was organised, so that people had a bit of context from the museum first before visiting the site which today only consists of pillars and walls. We then got back onto the bus and drove to the Plaka, or old town area, where we went to a restaurant for a kebab ...

Santorini (Thira) Island, GREECE

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage

... was a circular island called 'Strongili' (round one). Then in 1,650 BC the greatest volcanic explosion in the history of man kind blew out the centre of the island, causing it to sink into the sea and become the crescent moon shaped island that it is today. Recent magma deposits under the ocean have caused the formation of smaller islands near the main land. Santorini is also situated between two tech-tonic plates ...

Greek History

A travel blog entry by kolinger3


... to the temple dedicated to the patroness of Athens. What a view of the city from atop as well as being so close to the ancient ruins. Guards are equipped with loud whistles, which toot when a tourist gets too close to a piece of history. We can see the Temple of Hephaestus from here, looking very complete and regal sitting among cypress and olive trees. Emma and I climb a large rock to get an even better view and then we have to partially slide down the ...


This hotel, located on 138 Notara, Piraeus, is near New Acropolis Museum, Adrianou Street, Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, and Nautical Museum of Greece.
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