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ATHENS HEART NEAR ACROPOLIS.

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1 Bedroom
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Recently rennovated Studio Apartment w bedroom with King Bed with high quallity linens & equipped kitchen. In the heart of Athens & only a few steps away from the city's attractions & historical sites such as the Ancient Agora & the Acropolis Museum.

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King Bed with quality linens and Aloe Vera pillows.

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Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)

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Extra people: No Charge
Cleaning Fee: $23
Cancellation: Strict

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King Bed with quality linens and Aloe Vera pillows.

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About the Host, Adam

Adam
Athens, Greece
Member since May 2013
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within an hour

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  • Adam
  • Mitropoleos 90

    Many choises of greek traditional restaurants
    Mitropoleos Athina 105 55
  • Hadrian's Library

    Was created by Roman Emperor Hadrian in AD 132 on the north side of the Acropolis of Athens.
    Αθήνα
  • Monastiraki Flea Market

    Athens Flea Market
    Ηφαιστου Athens Attica
  • Adrianou 4

    Many choises of greek modern restaurants.
    Adrianou Athina 105 55
  • Ermou 50

    Athens central shopping area
    Ermou Athina 105 63
  • Archea Agora Athinon

    Best known example of an ancient Greek Agora of the 6th century BC (classical era).
    Athens Attica
  • Parthenon

    The most emblematic temple of Greek history, dedicated to the maiden goddess Athena (patron deity of Athenians). Built in 438 BC - Classical Era.
    Athens Attica 10558
  • Odeon of Herodes Atticus

    Βuilt in 161 AD by the Athenian magnate Herodes Atticus, this theatre is one of the best preserved in the world. Incredible acoustics due to its amphitheatric architecture.
    Athens Attica 105 55
  • Plaka

    Old historical neighborhood with labyrinth streets and neoclassical architecture. Also known as the Neighbourhood of the Gods due to its proximity to the Acropolis and its many archaeological sites.
    Athens Attica 105 58
  • Διονυσίου Αρεοπαγίτου

    Dionysiou Aeropagitou str. is the longest ancient site promenade in (website hidden) begins outside the Museum of the Acropolis ends at the Ancient Agora. See Herodion Theatre, Philopappus hill much more!
    Dionisiou Areopagitou Athens Attica
  • Anafiotika

    Scenic tiny neighborhood of Plaka, tucked in the NE side of Acropolis. 1st settled in the late 1800s by workers from the island of Anafi, the neighborhood is built according to Cycladic Architecture.
    Athens Attica 117 42
  • Acropolis Museum

    The new museum of the Acropolis houses items and artifacts that were found on and around it. It covers about 2500 years of history, from the Greek Bronze Age (1450 BC) to the Byzantine era.
    Διονυσίου Αρεοπαγίτου Athens Attica 11742
  • Temple of Olympian Zeus

    Temple dedicated to the father of gods Zeus. 6th century BC.
    Athens
  • National Gardens

    A public park of 38 acres in the center of Athens. Originally called the Royal Gardens because they were built for Queen Amalia during the 1840s. More than 20000 species.
    Athens 10557
  • Technopolis

    An industrial museum and multipurpose cultural space. For events and exhibitions chech (website hidden)
    118 54
  • Philopappos Monument

    Ancient Greek mausoleum monument dedicated to Philopappus. A myth says it was the home of the 9muses. Incredible panoramic views of Athens,the Acropolis sea. All-time weekending favorite for strolls
    Athens Attica 117 41
  • Panathenaic Stadium

    Home of the first modern Olympics in 1896! Originally built in 556 BC, it hosted portion of the Panatheinaic Games of Ancient Athens.
    Άγρας Athens Attica 116 36
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