Athens Festival during
During summer time, Athens offers an extra attraction provided through the Athens Festival held in the open air amphitheater of Odeon of Herodes Atticus.
Cape Sounion and its
Cape Sounion is a Greek destination located at about 64 kilometers from the south eastern area of Athens, in the regin of Attica.
The mysthic Elefsina
The interesting town of Elefsina is located at about 30 km North West from Athens, in Greece. This town used to be the second most important one in ancient Greece, and is strongly related to a very important Greek myth in which the Goddess Demeter had a main role.
The town of Laurio
Laurio, is a small Greek town located within the metropolitan area of Athens, towards the south eastern area of Attica. This town is where the Municipality of Laverotiki is located, and is one of the main sources of income for the entire region of Athens due to the silver mines it has.
The great Mt Parnitha
Mount Parnitha, with a height of about 1413 meters, is the tallest of its kind in the Greek region of Attica and one of the major attractions in the area.
Piraeus - the port of
Piraeus, also known as Peiraeus or Pireas, is a city located in the prefecture of Attica, towards the southern side of Athens.
The Acropolis in Athens
- a symbol in Greece
The Acropolis in Athens is the most symbolic area in Greece. Although in ancient Greece most major cities used to have their own acropolis, this spot is known as the centre of Athens and contains the most iconic and famous ancient constructions in the entire country.
Vravrona and the Temple
Vravrona, also known as Brauronia, is a very interesting destination located on the coast of the Aegean, in the metropolitan area of Athens, at about 40 km from the central area of the city.
Attica - in southern
Attica is a region located in southern Greece known as a subdivision and in which the city of Athens is situated.
The Monastery of Dafnni
Dafni, also called Daphne, is a small suburb or neighborhood located in Athens, in an area called Chaidari, at about 10 km from the central area of the city.
The monastery of Moni
The monastery of Moni Kaissarianis is an antique construction which dates from the 11th century and shows some unique characteristics.
The National Archeological
Museum in Athens
One of the most interesting spots tourists should visit in Athens is the National Archeological Museum, a museum dedicated to exhibit many different objects and art work pieces related to ancient Egypt and archeology.
Rafina and its local
Rafina is an attractive town located in the metropolitan area of Athens, near the Mount Pendeti.
The Keramicos - Athens
The Keramicos was Athens' cemetery between the 12th century BC and the Roman times. This ancient cemetery was not discovered until beginnings of the decade of 1860 when a street to the Piraeus was being constructed, and since then it has been counted among the most interesting spots in Athens.