Athens Lycabettus Hotel

6 Valaoritou & Voukourestiou Str., Athens, Attica, 10671, Greece | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa, located in the Kolonaki area of Athens, is near Roman Agora (Forum), Numismatic Museum, Village Entertainment Park, and Ilias Lalaounis.
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    Seeing the Sites in Athens

    A travel blog entry by mytravelgal on Oct 05, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    My hotel in Athens was near up-scale shopping, historic sites, and modern-day markets on ancient, narrow streets. Stopping in Athens gave me a chance to reflect on my wonderful adventure and to explore ancient culture in the heart of an urban city. The first thing I did in Athens (after checking in but before going to my room) was to visit a salon …

    Dinning at Orizontes Lycabettus Restaurant

    A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Aug 12, 2014

    4 comments, 27 photos

    Another interesting outing, this time dining on top of the Lycabettus hill at Orizontes.
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    Unique location, Excellent food, Impeccable Service!

    Locals already know about the uniqueness of the Lycabettus hill and Orizontes.

    You can't go wrong with a restaurant belonging to Kastelorizo Group especially ...

    More in 48 hrs than most ppl see in their lives

    A travel blog entry by playhard on Jul 01, 2014

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... of the Metro, we found one soon and went ahead and bought our tickets. We asked for a recommendation for a good Greek restaurant, she wrote down the name of a restaurant and pointed us in the right direction.

    The place we ate lunch was very cute. The restrooms (only called toilets or water closets in Europe) had giant Campbell soup cans as the sinks. They brought us two small Aperitifs (I think this is what they are called?) which was an incredibly ...

    Hello and Goodbye to the Lovely City of Athens

    A travel blog entry by athens-istanbul on Jun 19, 2014

    3 photos

    ... s locations on hilltops. They were originally built as fortresses to protect royalty in case of attack, but were later dedicated to the gods. After gaining some context from the museum, we walked up to the Parthenon. It was truly incredible despite being covered in scaffolding. The hilltop featured panoramic views of the city, wholly visible due to the lack of skyscrapers (no building can rise ...

    Greece Day7

    A travel blog entry by morganingreece on Jun 01, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... br> Through some reading and researching I discovered a preferable way to commute in and out of Athens: The city bus! Moving much faster to than the tram, the bus stop directly behind our Athenian tram stop travels to the beach near our hotel in just over 30 minutes!

    We decided to head straight for the beach upon returning to Glyfada, getting lots of sun. The ...