Port of Piraeus Trip From Athens Center is the perfect getaway for a sea lover. Around 20 minutes by metro (subway) from the city center was one of the highlights of my last trip to Athens. I was under the impression that Port of Piraeus is to visit only if you need to take a ferry […]
Who doesn’t love the rooftop bars? I know nobody and if there is a city to go rooftop hunting this is Greece capital. Athens best rooftop bars and views from above is an article to be continuously update, as although I visited the city twice in the Fall of 2016, will return pretty soon to see […]
The spectacular Lycabettus Mountain, a limestone hill in Athens center is an unexpected oasis of tranquility and beauty. Saint George Lycabettus Hotel was my host in the second visit in Athens and made me experience the city in a new perspective. And most of all, offers stunning views over the city.
Athens Modern Rooftop Dining Restaurant is one of the best places one can imagine for a romantic dinner. Or some cocktails. Or just chill. Mixing the modern, with luxury and history, creates a timeless atmosphere that you just gladly immerse.
Royal Olympic Athens Hotel is one of the best choices someone can make to stay in this ancient city. This is because is cosy, sumptuous, luxury, with amazing staff and probably the best view in town. Loved our room and the view of the Temple of Olympian Zeus, Hadrian Arch, National Gardens, Lycabettus Hill, Acropolis.
Athens, one day three islands cruise: to Aegina, Hydra and Poros will be for sure a highlight of any vacation. It is so refreshing to take a break from visiting museums and ancient temples and just enjoy the sea, the party on the ship and the incredible landscapes from three very different Greek islands.
Obssesed a little about the glamour or the sixties, I was pretty eager to visit Hilton Athens Hotel, as it is one of the emblematic buildings of the city. This hotel, built between 1958-1963 and completely renewed recently, hosted Aristotel Onassis, Frank Sinatra, Ingrid Bergman, Anthony Quinn. And many head of states and even gives the […]
Still drooling thinking at my last week experience: Athens Food Tour, my first culinary experience of this kind. In my second day in Athens, with Athens Walking Tour and an amazing guide, Artemis. She totally made us fall for the Greek habits. I was even starting to wander if the Greek habit of eating at midnight […]