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Pl.Filikis Eterias, Athens 10673 Greece
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Athens Scenic Bike Tour
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Athens Scenic Bike Tour

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See the best of Athens with a guide, who takes care of navigation and logistics, on this guided tour. Go past city highlights such as the Keramikos Cemetery, Roman Forum, and Ancient Agora, among other ancient monuments. Pedal along bike-friendly paths and streets and cover more ground than if walking, learning the city's rich history as you go.
$36.14 per adult
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permia wrote a review Mar 2020
Ireland36,507 contributions1,602 helpful votes
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In the grand neighbourhood of Kolonaki between National Garden and Mount Lycabettus is this pleasantly tranquil space. With greenery, nicely laid out paving and paths, statuary and seating, its popularity is not difficult to understand. Amongst the gleaming white sculptural busts of notables are some more abstract creations. One shows a woman without a head but with one wing. Slightly slouching on a seat a big stringed instrument is on her lap.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Theodoti wrote a review Jan 2020
Nicosia, Cyprus1,650 contributions486 helpful votes
Kolonaki is considered to be the most affluent area in Athens. You can find a lot of fine cafes, restaurants and shops here.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Laila P wrote a review Oct 2019
St. Petersburg, Florida53 contributions16 helpful votes
I just spent a week in Greece, 3 nights in this hotel downtown Athens. I would give it 4.stars. The lobby is very nice. Clean, nice furniture, etc. Free buffet breakfast, lots of choices. Eggs(fried too), bacon, sausage that reminded me of our hot dogs breads, cheese olives, yogurt, fruit, pastries, Coffee, tea. Quirkiness comes in the hotel room layout upstairs.. Little hallways, off shoots from the elevators. Also a couple I was traveling with got a queen size bed plus 2 twin beds. Why? However, the rooms were clean. It's reasonably close to the Acropolis and the shopping area. - 2 kilometers I think. Need a cab really but they were easy to find, 5 to 7 euros. Cheap enough
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Date of experience: October 2019
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noaminfo wrote a review Sep 2019
Lehavim22 contributions5 helpful votes
A neighborhood is a little prettier than the others, and much less represents Greece. The only interesting place we found is the Cycladic Art Museum. We tried to have lunch around the square, but all the restaurants were completely generic (pizza, pasta, burgers, Greek food for tourists) or places that served mostly drinks. Shopping stores can also be found elsewhere.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Gorton54 wrote a review Sep 2019
Plymouth, Michigan1,675 contributions165 helpful votes
We decided to have dinner in this nice neighborhood of Athens. Many fine shops and eateries in the area. It seemed so much more sedate than the frenzied scene in downtown Athens.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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