Hotel Lilia

Zeas 131, Piraeus, Attica, 18534, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Zeas 131, Piraeus, is near New Acropolis Museum, Adrianou Street, Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, and Nautical Museum of Greece.
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    Travel Blogs from Piraeus

    Acropolis Now (you know it was coming)

    A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Aug 28, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... The biggest advantage is the space. On a daily basis we venture through the seething masses in the common areas on the rest of the ship, where the rabble are packed on top of each other like sardines. No wonder they are all short-tempered and abrupt, but I guess they are most probably used to it from living in close quarters to each other as is quite common in most parts of Europe. It’s just another reminder that the lifestyle we enjoy in Australia is the best in the ...

    The great Climb!

    A travel blog entry by hyperpipe on Jun 10, 2014

    30 photos

    ... pictures from different angles so didn't really notice it too much. The view of the city from up there is spectacular. I love all the history. The guide pointed out the massive rock ringed by a stadium that the Apostle Paul spoke to the people of Athens. Wasn't one of his successes only had one convert that day, Dionysius. We spent a good hour up there and were down by 9:30 and back on our bus. The masses arrived as we ...

    Athens - Ancient city of learning

    A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Nov 20, 2013

    17 photos

    ... buildings – too many to name. Unfortunately many of the historical sites were bombed during the Second World War, with 80%25 being destroyed. Fortunately “those on the hill” survived. Nina told us that that prior to this when Athens first became the capital of Greece, after all the invasions, it started as a destroyed city with only 9000 inhabitants. It now has 4 million. How sad to have lost so much, so often. Their flag has 9 stripes, representative ...

    Endings and Beginnings

    A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Oct 19, 2013

    1 comment, 46 photos

    ... on the Water one the other day we were thrilled to learn this and determined to get to try it. Now it's a funny thing as I totally love the idea of hedge mazes, purely from a misguided romantic idealism kind of angle I think. My sense of direction is average, so not so bad as to make me panic at the idea of getting lost but not so great as to be fully confident that I wouldn't and I think that is the fun of a maze...... Not so much with my companions ...

    Athens, Greece

    A travel blog entry by popperisrael on Aug 19, 2013

    21 photos

    Today we were delayed an hour disembarking. Not clear why, but we were given an extra hour to arrive back so tomorrow as we head to Venice we will be traveling full speed. Our driver and guide took us from the port in Paraeus into Athens. We drove along the sea and then made our way to the Acropolis. We looked up and didn't know if mom was going to make it up but she was a trooper and did it with ease. The Parthenon sitting on the Acropolis is nice but unfortunately ...