Holiday Guide To Athens

Over the past decade, maybe even before that, Greece has been a very popular tourist destination for sun searchers. Apart from the obvious vibrant nightlife, Athens provides visitors with a spectacular choice of traditional cultural experiences. This means that even those sophisticated travellers will have something to enjoy.

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What’s the best time of the year to travel to Athens? Ideally both the Spring and Autumn seasons are the best time to visit. This is due to the fact that there won’t be as many tourists around. Summer months will see a huge influx of visitors, and the temperatures are also at the highest.

From May to October there are a myriad of festivals for you to enjoy at your own leisure. From modern to ancient art, along with a great social vibe, there’s something for everyone at these festivals.

Athens is the capital of Greece. It’s also the home of Plato and Aristotle, and has been called the birthplace of western philosophy.

The Parthenon is a temple that’s dedicated to Athena, who was a patron goddess of Athens. The fact that this temple has been standing for over two and a half millennia makes it a very unique attraction.

There are a plethora of narrow city lanes spreading out all over the city for you to stroll down and enjoy. Take a few pics with your camera and review them while sipping a nice espresso. You can then take your pick from a selection of traditional dishes like souvlaki and tzatziki.

While searching for a hotel in Athens keep in mind what sort of budget you have for you trip/holiday. There are many suitable hotels for you to choose from and you will definitely find something that will meed your needs.

Because Athens is a pretty large city, it’s important that you take into consideration how you are going to get from A to B. There is a big selection of public transport options for you to choose from though. You can take the metro, hire a car, get a taxi or use the bus. You’ll never to stuck in one spot so there’s no need to worry about that.

Athens is a very political city so you’ll more than likely hear about protests. The best thing to do if you come across one of these is to just stay out of the way. Always contact the local tourism board if you are worried about a certain situation.

Remember though that you are on holidays, and you should enjoy the trip. Like any other city in the world, Athens is there to be enjoyed to the max….so don’t forget to do just that.