to make your Honeymoon more Memorable!!!
With a history that spans to over 3,400 years, Athens, the capital and largest city of Greece, is one of the world's oldest cities. Today, as is a cosmopolitan metropolis, a modern city and the lifeblood of Greece, it has turned out to be a lovely destination for Honeymoon in Athens.
Accommodation in Athens
The historical charm of the city of Athens can be felt in its hotels and resorts that are available in the city. This city has some fabulous luxury accommodation options for the newly wedded couples. At the same time, there are many budget as well as bed and Breakfast hotels, where you can stay at cheap prices.
Being in your honeymoon, you would enjoy your stay in the palatial accommodation options offered in the city. In your Athens Honeymoon, you might as well enjoy a relaxing time in some of the great luxury spas that would work wonders to relax you.
When to visit Athens
Athens is again a city that can be visited at any time of the year. The city is sunny and warm for most part of the year, which is why it can be regarded as a year round destination. Late spring is the perfect time as far as weather is concerned. On the other hand, August is quite hot and humid, but a less crowded time of the year. Winter in Athens in far less crowded but there might be good Athens Honeymoon Packages available during this time.
Places of Interest in Athens
Athens is one of richest and expensive cities with a classical era, which is evident from the ancient monuments and crafts of the city. Moreover, this historic city retains many ancient monuments of the Roman times, which are century old.
In fact, UNESCO has declared the Acropolis and the medieval Daphni Monastery of Athens as World Heritage Sites, which you can experience during your Honeymoon in Athens.
Other important landmarks that you visit while in the city for your Honeymoon in Athens would include, the Hellenic Parliament, National Archeological Museum, temple of Olympian Zeus, Hadrian's Arch, Theatre of Dionysos, Ramnous Archaeological Site, and the numerous architectural styles of the city.