Areos Hotel

choosing Areos hotel for your stay in Athens is the right choice

Areos was actually named after its vital location next to Areos Park.  It is located very close to the metro at Platia Victorias, which makes it directly accessible from either Athens International Airport or Piraeus Port.


Walk around the corner

National Archaeological Museum in Athens - Greece

One can walk to the National Archeological Museum. Right there (on Vas. Irakliou street) you can hop on the bus no.400 «Athens Sightseeing public bus line» and visit main Athenian attractions like Acropolis, Plaka, the National Gallery, Benaki Museum and 16 other important destinations.

You can also visit Acropolis on your own simply by walking two blocks to 28is Octovriou (aka Patision street) and take the electric bus no.2, 4, 5 or 11.  On Alexandras Avenue, you can take public transportation and visit the northern suburbs of Athens.  At the same time next to Areos Park, at Platia Egyptou is the starting line for buses that will take you to the most beaches around Athens like Sounio, Nea Makri, Alimos, Rafina etc.

National Garden Athens
What to do in Athens


What to do in Athens

  • Pedion Areos Park 200m – 2min walk
  • National Archaeological Museum 400m – 4min walk
  • National Theater of Greece 1,1km – 14min walk
  • Kypseli Municipal Market 1,4km – 19min walk
  • Fokionos Negri 1,5km – 19min walk
  • Central Municipal Athens Market 1,5km – 19min walk
  • Academy of Athens 1,6km – 20min walk
  • Syntagma Square 2,0km – 25min walk
  • Ancient Agora of Athens 2,2km – 27min walk
  • Roman Forum 2,2km – 28min walk
  • National Garden 2,2km – 28min walk
  • Likavittos 2,2km – 37min walk & cable car to the top
  • Zappio Megaro 2,4km – 32min walk
  • Acropolis of Athens 2,7km – 35min walk
  • Acropolis Museum 2,9km – 37min walk
  • Odeon of Herodes Atticus 2,8km – 36min walk
  • Temple of Olympian Zeus 2,8km – 36min walk
  • Panathenaic Stadium 3km – 39min walk