For those of you with limited time available for staying in Greece and a desire to realize a brief and compendious sightseeing tour around Athens while covering your professional needs at the same time, renting a car for 1-2 days is the ideal option for you.

What’s more, setting your own convenience as a priority, we enable you to have limitless kilometers at your disposal and with an extra fee of 20 euros per day you could have 150 km/day.

Depending on the place of your residency, you can take advantage of your time and have flash trips to famous monuments and archaeological sites that are located either in the city centre or close to Athens.

This way, you will have a chance to go for a stroll at the traditional narrow lanes of the historical neighborhoods of Plaka, Thissio and Psyri, where the heart of Athens is located.

The Acropolis (along with its modern museum), the Parthenon, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, the National Archaeological Museum are only a few of the places that will mesmerize you.

In addition to this, you can also visit the coastal area in the southern suburbs of Athens, known as the Athens Riviera.

The crystal-clear beaches of Glyfada, Voula and Vouliagmeni are located in a distance of only 20 km away from the city centre.

You could also organize a trip to the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, discover the Greek cuisine in Lavrio, Piraeus and Mikrolimano, or even drive outside Athens towards the Peloponnese to the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus which is located close to the picturesque seaport town of Nafplio.


Sights in Athens / Attica

The city centre of Athens

The Acropolis and the Parthenon

The Parthenon was built in 438 BC and it was dedicated to Athina, the goddess of wisdom (the city of Athens was named after this goddess).

It is a monument of global cultural heritage and is considered as the greatest achievement of the Ancient Greek civilization.


Odeon of Herodes Atticus

It is located next to the Acropolis and built in the 2nd century AD as an honor to the wife Herodes Atticus, the distinguished Athenian rhetorician and sophist.

It was used mainly for music events and that’s why it was named an Odeon.


National Archaeological Museum

It is considered one of the most important museums in the world that you must visit. It includes exhibits from the prehistoric age up until the final period of the Roman Empire.


Aristotle’s Lyceum

Visit the place where the great philosopher Aristotle used to teach.

The Lyceum was best known for the Peripatetic school founded by Aristotle.

The term “peripatetic” is a transliteration of an ancient Greek word that means “given to walking about”.

It is a connotation of the important life decisions every one of us should make in order to take a meaningful course of life.