Athens has been the pillar of Ancient Greek history for centuries, with the most impressive and iconic landmark being the imposing rock of the Acropolis, around which everything else has been built. If you this means that all the most riveting sites are within walking distance. Spoil yourselves with a Design and enjoy luxurious hospitality while you stroll out to explore the nearby attractions. You can of course visit the top of the Acropolis and feel the energy of this inspiring monument. Another ancient monument that is located at a short walk away is the Temple of Olympian Zeus. Around the base of the Acropolis, you will come across two ancient theatres, the Theatre of Dionysus that is strictly for touristic purposes today, however, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus is still in use and watching a performance there during your stay in Athens is an experience you will not soon forget. The newly built Acropolis museum houses some incredible artifacts and you should plan at least 2 to 3 hours to explore its entirety. A saunter around the pedestrian street of Dionysiou Aeropagitou will lead you towards the picturesque areas of Thiseion, Monastiraki and Plaka that are filled with the vibrancy of contemporary Athenian life. Stores, markets, quaint tavernas, cafes and bars make up the eternal charm of Athens city.