Situated within a short stroll from the port in Piraeus, Faros 1 Hotel offers contemporary accommodation in the quaint seaside suburb of the Greek capital. Guests can unwind in air-conditioned and heated double or twin rooms with en-suite bathrooms, a TV and a fridge.
The Athens City Hotel welcomes holidaymakers in the heart of Athens. In the air-conditioned and sound-proofed bedrooms, guests will find comfy beds, writing desks and flat-screen TVs. The on-site bar offers a choice of international meals and snacks that can also be served in the room on request.
Situated a few steps from the beach and a few minutes’ walk from the Kamari town centre, the Alia Hotel entices travellers with its Santorini-styled whitewashed walls and the of rustic charm in its decor. Guests can feel at home in en-suite air-conditioned bedrooms equipped with a mini bar, a flat-screen TV and spend their leisure days sunbathing on the volcanic sands of the beach or by the hotel’s outdoor pool, sipping a refresher from the poolside bar.
- Flight from London or Manchester to Athens
- 2-night stay in Athens
- Ferry transfer to Santorini
- 3- or 5-night stay in Santorini
- Return flight from Santorini to London or Manchester
Groupon’s Guide To Athens
Rich with history yet beating to a modern European tune, Athens, the capital city of Greece, balances a maze of busy tavernas, restored historical sites, and tree-lined promenades linking marble temples to neoclassical museums.
Athens is home to The Acropolis, a famous citadel boasting ancient architectural wonders, with the sacred structure of the Parthenon foremost among them. For a little more background knowledge, the Kanellopoulous Museum hides a collection of jewellery, pottery, and Byzantine icons. Honouring the Olympian Gods, the Statue of Athena Promachos and the Temple of Zeus offer travellers a peek into the ancient and mythical world of Hellenic art and culture, while visitors who want to catch a glimpse of the golden age of Athens may head to the 6th-century Theatre of Dionysus.
Groupon’s Guide To Santorini
An ancient Greek island formed in a volcanic eruption, Santorini is a bundle of cultural and natural attractions. Historical and cultural sites can be found in the Ancient Akrotiri, while the volcanic beaches of the island feature a variety of white, red and black sands.
Adjacent to the island’s capital, Imerovigli is a traditional Greek village situated in an island caldera. Offering glimmering views over the Aegean Sea, the area is famous for its sunset frames and striking landscapes. Its amphitheatre-like shape, with the white houses sketched on the deep blue of the Aegean Sea, allows tourists to wander around the narrow paths and try out the traditional taverns, where fresh local food is served. For a taste of history, tourists may head to the Skaros Venetian Castle or see the churches of Ai-Stratis, Panagia and the Theoskepasti that are built in a Cycladic architectural style.