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Athens is not only the capital city of Greece but also its largest and one of the world’s oldest cities. It is named in honor of the Greek goddess Athena, daughter of Zeus. When it comes to history, civilization, culture, architecture, mythology, democracy and philosophy, there is no more ideal city for which to reference than Athens. The city is a booming metropolis where the past meets the present.

Greco-Roman and Neo-Classical buildings dating back to Ancient Athens share city space with modern edifices, and no structure is more iconic to Athens than the Parthenon. Athens has it all, and besides offering a wealth of history, you can also find a vibrant city with many cafes, restaurants (taverns) and beaches nearby. Athens is hip and historic, chic and down to earth, and it is a city with a wealth of attractions. Most points of interest can be reached by foot or the public transportation system.

The Royal Olympic Hotel lies beneath the shadow of Acropolis and just in front of the famous Temple of Zeus in the heart of Athens. Most important sights such as the picturesque “Plaka” (the Old Town), the Royal Gardens and the Ancient Stadium are within walking distance from the Royal Olympic Hotel. The Hotel can be easily reached by public transport also from the airport.