Delphi Art Hotel is a 3-star venue set 1.6 km away from National Garden . Residing in a 5-story building, the hotel was opened in 1930 and renovated in 2005.Acropolis are within a 15-minute walk of the property. Delphi Art Hotel is within about 10 minutes’ walk of the center of Athens.

There are shopping places, such as a market and a flea market nearby.This property comprises 40 rooms featuring executive twin room for single use, standard twin room for single use and family single room with complimentary wireless internet, a minibar, a laptop-compatible safe, an iron with ironing board and a sofa. Some of the contemporary rooms enjoy a view of the terrace. The rooms come with elegant décor along with modern wooden furniture.

Dishes of American cuisine are served in the a la carte restaurant. Coffee and tea as well as snacks and pastries are offered to the guests in the Evening Hours Our bar. Guests can share a meal in ELEVEN and Telis, located about 200 meters away. Thissio Railway train station is a 5-minute walk away.



The Athens International Airport is a major international hub for Southeastern Europe and all major international and budget airlines operate this route. Grecian airlines like Aegean Airlines, Astra Airlines, Olympic Air, and Sky Express ferry tourists and residents to all Greek islands that have an airport. International airlines like Air France, Lufthansa, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Finnair, KLM, British Airways, Swiss Air, Air China, Turkish Airlines and many more offer connectivity to Athens from major cities across Europe and the world. Flights can be fiendishly expensive during the summer tourist season if not booked in advance so travellers should prepare their itinerary carefully. Budget airlines that operate within Greece have stringent buggage rules so be sure to check their policies before booking. 

Athens Railway Station or Larissa Station is the city’s main rail hub and connects to the metro, the suburban train line and long distance destinations in Greece. It serves North and Central Greece where Thessaloniki and Larissa are the major stations and goes southwards along the older line of Piraeus to Platy, Thessaloniki, Greece’s second-largest city. Athens is connected by rail to major cities in the neighbouring Eastern European countries like Belgrade, Istanbul, Budapest, Sofia, Bucharest etc.

Athens has two bus terminals, A and B, located at Kifissou Street and Liossion Street respectively from where long distance buses can be boarded to cities across Greece. The Athens Central Bus Station has the KTEL Atikka buses that cover the larger Athenian suburban region and are a reliable way to get to places like Marathon, Oropos, Lavrion, Sounion, and Rafina. In theory, Athens can be reached from other cities in Europe as it is accessible by land but the journeys would be extremely long with many bus and route changes as one would traverse through many countries’ road networks, depending on your choice of embarkation. 


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