No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ilion Athens
Travel Blogs from Athens
... hell is Isla ? Oh for
you avid blog readers out there it's Isla Fisher of course from Home and Away, the
movies Wedding Crashers and The Great Gatsby to name a few. Our first brush
with fame how good is that, anyway we are claiming the fame bit.
We do not have much time in Athens but it has been planned this way. The
new Acropolis Museum was on the itinerary and whatever else pops up. Found the
... City back to Garden City. So we will arrive home early on Saturday morning. It has been an amazing two weeks and an experience I will never forget. We are so thankful to Fund for Teachers for granting us this opportunity and we look forward to incorporating all we have learned into our classrooms and our production of ...
... appetizers that pair well with Ouzo and Tsipouro.
The Grilled Octopus (€12.00) was indeed flavorsome and tender.
In all, I highly recommend Barbounaki. It does respect its customers, keeps the quality high and this is the reason for the many repeaters. Customers won’t be ripped off here. Everything presented is cooked with passion and ...
Arrived back in Athens today and explored the city for the afternoon. We went for a driving tour through the city and saw the famous sites like the original Olympic stadium, the acropolis and the pantheon. Really beautiful buildings. Dee and I then got a private tour guide through the main tourist / market area of placka. He didn't speak any English but insisted on showing us around. It was a really hot day so he bought us both a bottle ...
... entrance to the Stadium is on its backside. Most don’t know about it unless you are native to the area. Most of the expanse surrounding the stadium and woods are blocked by a steel black fence. However, in a particular neighborhood, there is a legend. A man with the strength of Hercules came and bent the fence so that the people of the town could enjoy their history without needing to pay. It was after all the history of their people. The fence is bent only a little and ...