Titania hotel is located in the center of Athens, 30 km from the Eleftherios Venizelos Airport. Since we do not have a shuttle bus, you can reach the hotel using several transportation ways, depending on the time of your arrival and your preference.

1. You can take a taxi from the Airport (cost approximately 30 euro) or a bus, which will drive you downtown. From the Airport you can take the E94 bus (24 hours service) which goes to the nearest metro station "ETHNIKI AMINA" (Line 3). From there you will take the metro to "PANEPISTIMIO" station. Our hotel is two blocks from there.

2. You can take the E95 bus (24 hours service), which goes to "SYNTAGMA" square. From there you can take the metro to "PANEPISTIMIO" station. Our hotel is 5 blocks from SYNTAGMA 15 minutes walk; you can also take a taxi.

3. You can take the metro (Line 3) from the airport to "SYNTAGMA" station. The hotel is 15 minutes walk from Syntagma.

A map is available in the following site: http://www.titania.gr/AreaGuide.asp

List of several hotels in Athens: 

2 Kleomenous St., Kolonaki, 106 75 Athens
Tel. 210 72 90 711-9
Fax: 210 72 90 439
PARTHENON HOTEL 6 Makri St., 117 42 Athens
Tel. 210 92 34 594-8
Fax: 210 92 35 797
DIVANI PALACE ACROPOLIS 19-25 Parthenonos St, 117 42 Athens
Tel. 210 92 80 100
Fax: 210 92 14 993
2 Vas. Alexandrou Ave.,
161 21 Athens
Tel. 210 72 07 000
Fax: 210 72 53 770

89-93 Syngrou Ave., 117 45 Athens 
Tel. 210 92 06 006
Fax: 210 92 06 505
72 Kallirois Ave., 117 41 Koukaki 
Tel. 210 92 02 000
Fax: 210 92 15 371
HILTON ATHENS 46 Vas. Sophiax Ave., 115 28 Athens
Tel. 210 72 81 000 
Fax: 210 72 81 111 
32 Kallirois Ave., on the corner of Petmeza St., 117 43 Athens
Tel. 210 92 15 353-7 Fax: 210 92 15 342
DIVANI APOLLON PALACE  10 Ag. Nikolaou St., Vouliagmeni, 
166 71 Athens Tel. 210 89 11 100 
Fax: 210 96 58 010 
35 Posidonos Ave., 175 61 Paleo Faliro 
Tel. 210 98 16 441 Fax: 210 9831207



The Parthenon is the most important and characteristic monument of the ancient Greek civilization and still remains its international symbol. It was dedicated to Athena Parthenos, the patron goddess of Athens. It was built between 447 and 438 B.C. and its sculptural decoration was completed in 432 B.C. The construction of the monument was initiated by Perikles, the supervisor of the whole work was Pheidias, the famous Athenian sculptor, while Iktinos and Kallikrates were the architects of the building. The temple is built in the Doric order and almost exclusively of Pentelic marble. 


The Museum   counts as one of the top 10 Archaeological museums in the world. The museum displays finds from all parts of the ancient Greek world which date from Neolithic times to the last years of the Roman Empire. The completely renovated National Archaeological Museum ranks among the leading archaeological muse-urns in the world. Survey the numerous important exhibits and explore Greece's history. You will be impressed by the treasures of the museum and will want to come back for another visit. However, if you come just once, be sure to have enough time.


The Museum occupies the S.E.   of the rock of the Acropolis where the sanctuary of Pandion once stood. The Museum contains mainly pedimental sculpture, reliefs and statues found on the rock of the Acropolis, which formed part of the decoration of its buildings or were dedicated to the goddess Athena. Among the latter is the unique collection in the world of statues of female figures of the archaic era known as the "Korai" with the well known archaic smile, such as the Kore of Lyons, the Kore of Naxos, the Kore of Chios, the Peploforos Kore, the Kore of Antinor, the Kore of Euthidikos, etc.

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