The capital city Athens has been the main centre of Greek civilization for 4,000 years, and being the capital city of modern Greece, some of the 5th century B.C. landmarks are still very much around including a hilltop citadel with ancient buildings like the Parthenon temple and Acropolis. Greece is a contemporary city with wide variety of things to do and also important historical monuments to see. The city of Greece is easily accessible by train, boat, air or bus. The first place that should be on your must visit list in Athens is the Acropolis, standing on the sacred rock you can practically feel the magnificent aura of the ancient Greece. The other important archaeological sites are agora, the temple to Hephaistos, the arch of Hadrian, the temple to Zeus and the market. The city of Athens has numerous museums in total 50 which are brimming with the city’s history and heritage to be seen and explored, to name few – the Folklore museum, the National Archaeological museum, the Acropolis museum, the Ceramics museum, the Byzantine museum and more. These museums are surely going to keep the visitors interested till they leave from Athens. There is more to Athens just then the museums. If you want to see the other side of the city, visit the bazaar at Monastiraki it an incredible and interesting place, the opera is a must visit to experience Greek’s musical culture and the Herodes Atticus theatre at the Acropolis, the nightlife which goes on till dawn, fashion stores and modern shopping malls. Infact, the city of Athens, offers a wide range of things to see and do that can’t be rounded up in few days. And of course, yes! There are popular beaches at Athens Riviera – the Varkiza, Crysi Akti, Vouliagmeni, Glyfada and few more, where you can enjoy and relax while you are getting the perfect tan. You will find restaurants and taverns almost everywhere in Athens – Plaka area is a picturesque place and very popular among the tourists. The areas of Glyfada and Vouliagmeni are close to the sea and the atmosphere is little sophisticated, while Psiri is very expensive with lots of lovely dining restaurants with live music playing day and night. In a capital city like Athens, in every corner you will get everything and anything that you want. Looking for the perfect accommodation in Athens? The city has lots to offer for you to choose the best place to stay that will give you value to your money. Staying in the heart of the town is a better option as it gives easy access to explore the nearest sights. This upscale hotel Electra Palace Hotel Athens is the top hotel in Athens which is centrally located in Old Town and overlooks the Acropolis and Parthenon. The hotel offers classic rooms with wooden flooring and high quality service. There is a rooftop bar for guests to enjoy their leisure time and the surrounding views. With stylish rooms and marble bathrooms, Royal Olympic Hotel is the best hotel in Athens, the 5-star is adorned with stone columns and a walking distance to Temple of Olympian Zeus and Parthenon. Hotel King George Athens is a sophisticated and an upmarket hotel with an old world vibe around it. Enjoy the delectable cuisine with beverages on the terrace located on the 7th floor with the views of the Acropolis.