Efplias Hotel

Address: 26-28 Efplias Str, Piraeus, Attica, 185 37, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 26-28 Efplias Str, Piraeus, is near New Acropolis Museum, Adrianou Street, Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, and Museum of Olympiacos.
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    Travel Blogs from Piraeus

    Piraeus for Athens

    A travel blog entry by gwaddy on Apr 15, 2015

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    Walked into Piraeus and took hop on-hop off bus into Athens, attractive route around the coast of Piraeus with some. Attractive harbours and amazing yachts. Initial bus stopped at the base of the Acropolis and we then walked slowly up to the site. Explored on our own as guides very expensive. The site is in poor repair and has long standing scaffolding and works everywhere. Despite this it ...

    An Unusual Sight and Karl is the Star of the Show!

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jan 19, 2015

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    ... that Karl could get hurt. I also expected him to walk off stage at any moment -- he really isn't into being in the limelight. At the end of the show Karl was called back onstage to take a bow and I think he got more applause than Jonathan. He was also awarded a bottle of champagne for his efforts. On the way out of the theater, Karl was complemented many times for being a good sport and really making the show!

    Next: One more day at sea, then we transit the Suez ...


    A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron on Oct 07, 2014

    26 photos

    ... more, talked on his mobile instead and drove like a madman. We were glad to arrive safely at Hadrian's Arch and Temple of Zeus. We walked up to the Acropolis museum and were amazed at the architecture and the fantastic way they had arranged all the things they had found in the Acropolis and restored it so that it lets you see the grandeur of this ancient gem. They had made it easy for tourists by translating everything into ...

    Its all Greek to me

    A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Oct 01, 2014

    41 photos

    ... Hercules, Achilles, Alexander the Great, Leonidas, Themistocles, Emperor Constantine, Flavius Belisarius; the names go on and on almost into eternity. Mesopotamia may be the cradle of civilization and the Punic Wars clearly cemented the socio-econo-political structure that we presently enjoy in much of the world (tongue firmly in cheek). That said, there is no doubt that the people and history of the Aegean have had one of the largest, if not THE ...

    Busabout- Greek Island Hopper

    A travel blog entry by stephmac on Aug 18, 2014

    3 comments, 39 photos

    ... drink. We had fun with some drinks, but not excessive which was exactly what I was after. We were all pretty much Aussie so I look forward to catching up with some of the crew when I am home! At the end I had a day to explore Athens. I found it interesting here since there was more poverty here than I was expecting. I did the walking tour that went up to the Acroplis and surrounds. It was very interesting. Our guide was great. There was a stray dog that followed ...