Few cities have preserved their charm through the passage of time like Athens. Strolling around the Acropolis, you'll see such outstanding, world-famous buildings as the Parthenon or the Theatre of Dionysus.
But the city has far more to offer than monuments. Walking through the area of Plaka, you'll discover quaint narrow streets, along with shops specialising in gastronomy and crafts. And don't forget that from the port of Athens, you can reach any of the stunning and relaxing Greek islands, such as Corfu, Paros, Naxos, etc.
And to top it off, what better than savouring some of Greece's gastronomic delights in one of the capital's many restaurants, and treat your taste buds to such dishes as Musaka, Dolmades, the famous Greek yoghurt or retsina, a resinated wine.