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Overview of Athens Vacation Rentals
Athens Vacation Rentals Provide the Perfect Dream Vacation
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to spend a relaxing vacation in a stylish and comfortable apartment or villa in historic Athens? Welcome to Athens vacation rentals where you can sit back, relax, and soak up the sun. Located in the heart of Athens, Athens vacation rentals and Athens villas offer a great alternative to crowded, expensive hotels. Athens vacation rentals and Athens villas come fully equipped with all the amenities, including Cable/Satellite TV, CD/DVD players, fully stocked kitchens (with utensils, cookware, microwaves, and refrigerators). Cook your favorite meal at home or take a stroll into Acropolis for dinner. There are plenty of nice restaurants within walking distance of Athens vacation rentals.
Plenty of Restaurants Are Within Close Range of Athens Villas
If you're in the mood for traditional Greek food, try Gerofoinikas Café. The service is great and the prices are fairly reasonable. For breakfast, the chef offers the Grand Beragne, a Greek buffet full of Island specialties. For a more upscale dining experience, try Spondi Restaurant. From 2001 to 2007, Spondi was voted the best restaurant in Greece. Chef Arnaud Bignon serves delightful dishes including, Milk Fed Lamb with Roasted Sesame, and Duck (roasted on the bone with beetroots cooked in blackcurrant juice). For an appetizer, try Crab with herb jelly and cauliflower mousse. Sample a light mousse chocolate for dessert.
Greece Holiday Rentals Offer an Array of Activities
While enjoying your stay in Greece holiday rentals, be sure to visit the New Acropolis Museum. It opened in 2009, and you'll see ancient Greek artifacts. It's a three-story glass building, and it holds over 4,000 artifacts and caryatids that were returned from Great Britain.