Rent Loft Center Of Athens - Close to Nationa

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  • Apartment
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Apt. / Condo

Rent Loft Center Of Athens - Close to Nationa

Apartment 27 sqm on the 6th floor of a building, with view to Parnitha mountain and city.

In the center of Athens, close to bus, train and metro stations.

Close to park, 5 min to the National Museum, 30 min walking to Parliament / Syntagma Sq. and Monastiraki / Plaka.

Buses 2' from studio, metro / train 10 min walking.

Supermarkets, grocery, stores, restaurants, cafes, entertainment, park, gym!

Sea 40 min.

The flat has 2 furnished rooms, is in very good condition, bathroom, kitchen, 2 single couch-beds (with mattress), table, chairs, common terrace with view.

Family building, quite, clean with nice behavior tenants please.

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Rent Loft Center Of Athens - Close to Nationa
Athens, Mainland & the Saronic Islands, Greece

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Suggestions, close to my apartment you can: visit museum in 5 min, go running in 5 min to the biggest park of the town Pedion Areos, go hiking - yes!! - to Lykabettus Hill 15 min until foothill, there also a teleferik check (email: hidden)

National Archaeological Museum
Perhaps the second most important venue for diligent tourists (after the Acropolis), the recently renovated mammoth museum has the amazing Greek collection you’d expect, from Neolithic clay figurines to the treasures unearthed at Mycenae to the crowd-pleasing prehistoric antelope fresco from Santorini. Its Egyptian collection is one of the world’s best, spanning the 5th century B.C. to the Byzantine era. A visit here is like a walk through the first section of your art history textbook.

Lycabettus Hill
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Athens’s second most famous rock, this limestone cliff is 908 feet above sea level; imagine the view. You can ride the funicular up to the top (6.65€) if you’re tired from sightseeing (though the walk to the funicular is also uphill), or take the old-fashioned route, beginning on Loukianou Street and winding up through the charming neighborhood of Kolonaki to Lycabettus’s peak. There you’ll find the small chapel of Agios Georgios, a costly café and restaurant called Orizontes, and the most incredible views of the light changing over the city at sunset.

Apartment's area sits between the University of Athens, Politechnion and National Museum of Athens.
Its main feature are the many bohemian, arty bars and alternative culture hangouts and also the many bookshops, artisan book binders and publishing houses. Is home to students, Greek families of different economic strata.
Also you can find restaurants, cafes, computer shops, used vinyl and CD shops, terrific guitar shops, used bookshops, boutiques, clubs, bars, anarchists. This creates something of a scene, where you can go for your nightime entertainment never sure of what is going to happen.

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More About This Location

City vacations, Mountain nearby

Getting There

Nearest train station: 10-15 minutes
Car is not necessary



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