Athens Lycabettus Hotel

Address: 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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Travel Blogs from Athens

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 …

Greek Ruins and Riots

A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Nov 21, 2014

4 photos

... us. Santorini was beautiful, but not in the way i'd imagined. Of course the sugar cube houses were everything you'd expect - the white and blue houses looking out over the spectacular view of the crystal clear waters. Since I'd heard it was the most popular and beautiful of the Greek Islands, I'd expected something more lush and green, almost tropical. A coconuts-on-the-beach sort of place. I suppose this is a luxury living in Australia, where your holidays lead you ...

The Acropolis

A travel blog entry by lindell on Oct 16, 2014

17 photos

Breakfast at the hotel and a lovely chat to a couple from Coffs Harbour who are driving around for three months and then going to a wedding in Paris. The guy even has the same motorbike as David!

We walked down the street for a Greek coffee and then up the hillside to the Acropolis. It's quite a warm day, probably about 28 degrees and a bit hazy.


Land Ahoy

A travel blog entry by jegibbs on Oct 01, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

The seas calmed as we sailed closer to the mainland and the Louis Olympia docked sometime in the early hours of the morning. We woke to the hustle and bustle of Piraeus Port and the madness the entails disembarking from a cruise. Anne had us all under control though - she is an old hand at this. We all parted company again heading for hotels, airports and points far and wide. My taxi awaited and Kiwi and I leapt aboard ready for the next part of ...

Athens, Greece Population 3.75 million

A travel blog entry by anitamercado on Jul 14, 2014

33 photos

... shops and more graffiti than any other city we have visited. I mean EVERY wall, window security screen, street sign and even statues. It looks like there is no attempt to clean it up as some were dated from several years ago. Also saw several abandoned and completely run down mansions right at the waterfront. We saw the monument of the Unknown Soldier, Royal Palace, Old Marble Olympic Stadium (not used because it has no parking lot) and ...