For those planning to spend their holidays on one of the spectacular Greek islands, chances are you will most likely have to connect through Athens. Not all Greek islands have airports due to their small sizes that do not support an airport, but also because locals would never allow for their precious landscapes to be destroyed by man-made infrastructures. The

Located at the tip of the Attiki Peninsula, south-east of Athens, since antiquity, the town of Lavrio has always been of great importance to Athens. In the Classical Era or Classical Antiquity, Lavrio was the chief source of revenue of the Athenian State due to its silver mines and the glorious days of mining excavations in the area which were

Glyfada is the most popular area of the Athenian Riviera and extends about 25 kilometers to the south. It used to boast the old Athenian airport at Elliniko for over 60 years, since 1940 until a few years into the millennium, bringing in international glamour to Athens and was considered an area where the well-off tended to have summer places to relax

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