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Athens Key Facts

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Greek.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Athens is the euro.

£10 = 3 bottles of beer, or 2 starters in a local taverna.

Local Time

2 hours ahead

Frequently Asked Questions

Athens is lovely and warm for most of the year, and each season brings a different feel to the city. June and September are typically the hottest months, and December to February has the most rain. For something in between, head to Athens in the spring or autumn to enjoy cooler but still sunny days.
For the true tourist region of Athens and pick from hotels in Plaka. Filled with squares and packed with bars and cafes, it’s also got stunning views of the Acropolis. Visit this ancient monument to revel in the stunning architectural feats, some of which date back to the 13th century BC. Less than 10 minutes’ walk away you can find Anafiotika, a hidden village overshadowed by the Acropolis. It’s characterised by whitewashed buildings, tiny lanes and red-tiled roofs.Couples on holiday in Athens may want to check out hotels in Exarcheia for a taste of the city’s alternative side. Street art and graffiti cover the walls and it’s inhabited by students and intellectuals. Tavernas and bars line the streets, side by side with live music venues and independent bookstores. Visit CAN Christina Androulidaki Gallery to discover modern Greek artists, or, less than 20 minutes’ walk away, the National Archaeological Museum displays ancient wall paintings, bronzes and pottery.Hotels in Syntagma are ideal for families travelling with children. Fairly central, Syntagma is the social and political heart of the city, so staying here gives you a good opportunity to teach kids about Athens’ history. You can take a free tour of the Parliament House to see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier that’s guarded by Evzones in traditional clothing. Later, toss some coins and make a wish at the fountain in Syntagma Square and visit the National Gardens to see 24 hectares of rare plants, saplings and birds.

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