Athens, GA Roofer – Athens is the cultural capital of Greece. It once was an influential powerhouse of ancient Greek civilization, an economic and political powerhouse and the heart of the modern Greek city-state. The city is still populated by 5th Century BC vestiges, including the Acropolis, an eight-sided hilltop temple top with two colonnades, statues and more. The Acropolis Museum, in addition to the National Archaeological Museum, preserves several sculptures, vases and other artifacts from Ancient Greece.
Athens International Airport (ADAO) is situated just next to the airport of Athens. There are direct flights to Athens from most parts of the world. If you are planning to visit Athens in winter months, you can take a train from the European country you have visited earlier. The journey takes about 2 hours. The metro of Athens is very famous and convenient.
Athens has many tourist spots. Among the most popular ones are the Glycos (the original meeting place of the original Olympic Games), the Parthenon, the Erectheion (the architectural landmark of Athens), the Oresteia, the Temple of Athena Nike, and St. Athens, all of which are within walking distance from any tourist spot in the city. The busiest tourist spot in Athens is Athens International Airport. It handles both civilian and military flights coming into Athens.
Another great tourist spot is the trendy and lively Syntagma square located near Gazi Park. It is a place where many cafes and bars open everyday selling Greek and international beverages. This is also a good place to eat while in Athens. The metro covers the whole area of Syntagma and it is a good area for finding food and drink vendors in the old part of the city.
Another great place that has numerous options for a tourist in a hurry is the old city of Athens. It is the oldest part of Athens and it has many historical buildings and monuments. You can easily spend an entire day sightseeing and trying out many interesting activities in this area. Some of the popular activities include boat trips, visiting the many art galleries, walking around Piraeus, visiting the port of Piraeus, and even renting a Greek apartment for a night.
The last but not least, if you are planning to visit Athens in a budget, you should visit Kolonaki area. It is Kolonaki a suburb of Athens and it is a good place for those who are on a tight budget and need a cheap place to stay. There are many cheap and good hotels around here. There is also a new shopping center called Kouloura that has a variety of shops and a cinema. All in all, visiting any of the top tourist attractions in Athens will leave you with a wonderful experience and memories that you will cherish forever.