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Reasons to Choose Athens car hire


  • Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece. It is the birthplace of modern Western civilization and is home to many ancient and modern attractions.
  • The transport network in Athens has been modernised in the last decade with a new subway system, upgraded roads and new buses. On foot or using public transport you can explore central Athens’s rich culture and history. Be overawed by the Parthenon, Temple of Olympian Zeus and the spectacular new Museum of the Acropolis.
  • Hire a car to explore various districts beyond central Athens, each district has distinct history and charming attractions which is must to visit. Meteora is another must-see for all visitors to Greece. It is a complex of six monasteries built atop natural sandstone rock pillars and requires determination to access via long ropes.
  • Day trips to the Corinth Canal, the ancient theatre at Epidaurus and to the ancient sites of Olympia, Delphi and Mycenae can only be possible with a car hire. Other towns along the Peloponnese such as Nafplion are charming and watchful.

Top Tourist Information & Athens Car Rental


  • There are 12 hills in Athens out of which seven are historical. The Acropolis and Lycabettus are most prominent and offer amazing view of Athens both day and night.
  • Athens Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport is 17 miles from the city centre. The airport has good infrastructure and standard facilities like food courts, duty-free shops, banks and other airport services.
  • The airport serves domestic and international flights.
  • Athens offers a variety of accommodation options, from camping and hostels, to five star luxury hotels.
  • For more information on Athens visit: www.athensguide.org/athens-tourist-information.html

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