Central Athens Apartment Rental Photos and Description
The apartment is 130m2 with 3 bedrooms in the heart of Athens
The apartment is located on the third floor of a apartment building. It is 130 m2 comfortable,clean,private and has 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1WC, 1 fully equipted kitchen, 1 sitting-dinning room with amazing view of Pedio Areos Park TV,WI/FI INTERNET,DVD,MINI STEREO. Obviously i provide sheets and towels high quality .All apartment is at your exclusive use and most of the stuff are brand new.in case you rent a car the neighborhood has many cheap paid Parking is 10 euro per day.There is a supermarket 200 metres from the apartment operate 24.00 hours and many cheap traditional taverns around there are also bakery and pharmacy about 50 meters from the apartment .
Because of its excellent location it is an ideal accommodation for both business and leisure travelers. As well as , the business district, are all easy to reach both on foot and by public transportation.You live in the downtown but you can see only green from all the rooms of the apartment.
Overlooking Pedio Areos Park the apartment is located in a safe area of the city, within a 5 minute walk of the Victoria Metro Station. The commercial district of Athens and the Archeological Museum are close by (5 minute walk).
Victoria Metro Station connect Airport and Piraeus port
Most rooms offer view to the park and the status of Goddess Athena looks at you!!!
The Athens sightseeing public bus line stop 9 minute walk from the apartment and connects to the Acropolis, Plaka, The National Gallery, the Benaki Museum and 16 other destinations.
My first aim is to get to know new people and make friends...i am waiting for you!I welcome any questions that i help you organise your trip.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair accessible
I like gardening,snorkeling,fishing and traveling. I work as a volunteer in the non profit organization 'Doctors without Borders'.
Maria purchased this apartment in 2012