Hotel Kimon

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

27 Apollonos, Athens, 105 56, Greece
Hotel Kimon
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
30%
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Very Good
48%
39
Average
8%
7
Poor
10%
8
Terrible
1%
1

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 55% more than similarly rated 1 star hotels

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  • Couples64
  • Solo86
  • Business66

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Vienna--->Athens.....cheapest way possible!!?

by AnatolyZ

Hello dear travel pals!
I need to go from Vienna to Athens but any transport and connection that will be the cheapest one.....even from Budapest,Bratislava or whatever..Eurolines,trains etc..
do you know any options but the 50Euro+ flights?
thank you very much!!!!
Warmest regards

Anatoly

Re: Vienna--->Athens.....cheapest way possible!!?

by Mozumbus

you will be really lucky if you do Vienna-Athens in less than 50 euros...

Re: Vienna--->Athens.....cheapest way possible!!?

by lotharscheer

Easyjet flies from Milano and Rom to Athens, Ryan from Bratislava to Milano and Rom (different airports!), also by train Oebb "Sparschiene"
Flyniki Vienna to Sofia, by train to Thessaloniki and Athens (maybe cheaper by bus)
http://www.oebb.at/pv/en/Travel_within_Europe/SparSchiene/SparSchiene_Italy/index.jsp
http://www.easyjet.com
http://www.ryanair.com/sk
http://www.flyniki.com/en/

Re: Vienna--->Athens.....cheapest way possible!!?

by GyuriFT

The cheapest (by far) way is to use Budapest-Beograd "special" for 15 Euro one-way (train), than buy Beograd-Thessaloniki for about 30 Euro one-way (train).

The problem spots:

- Vienna->Budapest is much more expensive than going the other way (from Budapest to Vienna).
Partly you can solve the problem by going with local trains/Euregio offers till, say, Györ and switch to Hungarian domestic. In most optimal case that will be about 13-15 Euro each way.

- Thessaloniki-Athens is very expensive by daytime trains, you should go by overnight train. Almost all Greek domestic intercity trains have 10-20 Euro surcharge, to the ticket only.
This is why the even discounted international ticket makes sense till Thessaloniki only.

All in one: Vienna-Athens by train will cost at least 70-80 Euro. Going cheaper is impossible because the tickets of two long international stretches (Budapest-Belgrade and Belgrade-Thessaloniki) in the fact cost LESS than the domestic tickets would cost border-to-border. You have to be careful tough and buy the said tickets in Budapest and Belgrade, cutting it at Belgrade. Buying Budapest-Thessaloniki one-way on one ticket sheet will cost about twice as much as cutting it at Belgrade.

Re: Vienna--->Athens.....cheapest way possible!!?

by StefanosS

The cheapest way?

You can even be paid for this travel. If you find somebody who wants to move a car from Austria to Greece, you can drive it all the way and deliver it.

Travel Tips for Athens

What to see in Athens??

by amsterdam_vallon

There's is so much to see in this great city, so I've try to make a listing with the help of the website of the ministry of culture :

For each number, you can find is location on the map.

Museums
1 National Archaeological Museum of Athens
2 The Acropolis Museum
3 Archaeological Museum of Kerameikos
4 Epigraphical Museum of Athens
5 Numismatic Museum of Athens
6 Museum of the Ancient Agora of Athens
7 Paul and Alexandra Kanellopoulos' Museum
8 Center of Acropolis Studies
9 Byzantine Museum of Athens
10 Folk Art Museum of Athens
11 National Gallery of Athens

Ancient and Byzantine Monuments :
A1 The Acropolis of Athens
A2 The Southern Slope of the Acropolis
A3 The Ancient Agora of Athens
A4 The Roman Agora of Athens
A5 The Pnyx
A6 Archaeological site of Kerameikos
A7 Archaeological site of the Olympieion
A8 Academy of Plato
A9 Panathenaic Stadium
A10 Cave of Prophet Elias
A11 Hadrian's Library
A12 Horologion of Andronicos (Tower of the Winds)
A13 Lysikrates Monument
A14 Philopappos Monument
A15 Hadrian's Arch
B1 Church of the Gorgoepikoos
B2 Kapnikarea Church
B3 Aghioi Theodoroi Church

Recent Monuments :
N1 The Eye-Clinic
N2 Students' Club of the University of Athens
N3 Gas Factory Workshops
N4 Athens City Hall
N5 Poulopoulos Old Hat-Factory
N6 Rail-way Station (Piraeus-Peloponnese)
N7 Office Building in Athenas Street
N8 37 Dionysiou Areopagitou Building
N9 17 Dionysiou Areopagitou Building
N10 Iliou Melathron
N11 The Parliament Building
N12 The Cathedral of Athens
N13 The University of Athens Building
N14 The National Theater Building
N15 The National Bank of Greece Building
N16 Melas Mansion
N17 National Technical University
N18 Athens Academy
N19 National Library
N20 Old Parliament Building
N21 FIX Factory

Visit the Parthenons,...

by pattyx

Visit the Parthenons, Acropolis, ancient ruins. The old part of Athens, the beaches (rocky ones), and of course the islands around Athens. Laying on the beach for hours with Ouzo12 on one hand, and Marlboro on the other. Good friends. Good food. Simple life.

The National Archaeological...

by Michail

The National Archaeological Museum is one of the largest and most important museums of ancient Greek art. Its numerous and very important exhibits will give you the chance for a journey into the depths of history. You will certainly find its riches fascinating and indeed, to do the museum justice, you should visit it several times. If you intend to visit only once, make sure you have ample time at your disposal. The following is by no means intended to be a detailed guide to the museum. Such an account would demand more space than we have at our disposal here. Just a few of the Museum's most important exhibits are mentioned.

There Were Other Reasons To Smile ...

by bakpakchik

Maybe the Acropolis didn't live up to the expectations I had in mind. But there were otehr reasons to smile .... good weather and a good friend.

Sometimes, that's all you need to be happy. Come to think of it, if I had a good friend with me, I think even a hail storm wouldn't drag me down :)

Check that smile out ...

Athens' increasing sightseeing

by athenian80

The Attican metro is a new point of reference for the city and a new sightseeing. Ancient Athens meets the Athens of the 21st century. The metro is only a part of the project for the renovation of the city towards the Olympic Games.

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