KYMA APARTMENTS ATHENS
Fully equipped apartments for 2 up to 7 guests near the Acropolis & the historical city center.
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Located within walking distance to the Acropolis and the historical city center, the apartments are ideally located to explore Athens.
Apartments 1-19 are located at Neos Kosmos area of Athens, Apartment 21 at Koukaki, and Apartment 20 at Nea Smyrni.
Very convenient to visit the major attractions on foot or by public transport.
50m to Kassomouli Tram Station
500m to Syngrou-Fix Metro Station
1 km to Acropolis Museum
300m to EMST
750m to Filopappou Hill & Pnyka
1.1 km to Odeum of Herodus Atticus
1.3 km to the Parthenon
400m to Onassis Cultural Center
1.3 km to Temple of Olympian Zeus
1.8 km to Panathenaic Stadium
1.6 km to Ancient Agora & the Temple of Hephaestus
1.6 km to Monastiraki & Thisseion
1.2 km to Plaka
200m to Koukaki
100m to Hotel Intercontinental Athenaeum
300m to Panteion University
The Acropolis of Athens with the Parthenon, Erechtheion & Odeum of Herodus Atticus. One of the most important monuments in the world.
Plaka area with its beautiful narrow streets and vibrant bars & restaurants. Don't miss a walk in the Anafiotika area under the Acropolis!
The Ancient Agora of Athens & the Temple of Hephaestus. Very nice to combine with a visit at Thisseion & Monastiraki areas, all at the foothill of Acropolis.
The colossal temple at the center of ancient Athens. The National Gardens are right next to it.
The new Acropolis Museum, at the foot of the Acropolis hill. Don't miss a walk at the Dionysiou Areopagitou pedestrian road in front of it.
Housed at an imposing neoclassical building of the 19th century, its rich collection provides a panorama of the Greek civilization from Prehistory to Late Antiquity.
The brand new Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, with the National Library, the National Opera and the surrounding park.
The place where the ancient Panathenaea festival happened since the 6th century BC. It was rebuilt in 1896, and hosted the first modern Olympic Games in that year.
The hill at the center of Athens, with the fantastic panoramic view of the city. Best visited on sunset, you can go up the hill on foot or take the cable car.
The National Library, the University & the Academy of Athens. Built in the
mid-19th century, the 3 jewels of Athenian neoclassical architecture.