Two separate rooms (one with twin beds and one with a double bed) and a shared bathroom in a 7 floor block of flats in the center of Athens, available for rent. The price here refers to one room with the two (twin) single beds.
~In the appartment there is a (shared) kitchen, a (shared) bathroom and a hall. There is a washing machine available. You can cook in the kitchen or prepare your breakfast.
~The main advantage of staying here is that it is located in a strategic point. You can reach by foot all the main sightseeings of Athens within 20-45 minutes!.... Also the key subway station of Athens (Omonoia square) it is just 2 minutes walk from the gate of the building!... It's a very simple yet clean appartment in an area that, to be honest, it is considered not exactly the best or the safest of Athens. You can google "Omonoia square" for more information on the matter and if you still are interested email me to tell you more details about the advantages and disadvantages of the area!
*DISTANCES OF ATHENS MAIN SIGHTSEINGS FROM THE APARTMENT:
~30 seconds walk to the urban bus terminal (No. 051) that heads to the Kiffisos Coach Terminal (KTEL), from where you can catch busses departing for Peloponessus, Epirus & North Greece -Thessaloniki etc! Very convenient!)
~1 minute walk to the National Theater of Athens.
~2 minutes walk to Omonoia Square (Subway to everywhere in Athens, half an hour to Pireaus, Half an hour to Kifissia, One hour to the airport).
~10 minutes to kerameikos ancient greek cemetery (famous marble reliefs there).
~15 minutes on foot to the national Archaeological Museum of Athens.
~20 minutes on foot to Monastiraki or/and Syntagma Square, and to the Railway (train) station to (Stathmos Larissis). Convenient for Eurail/Interail users!
~Half an hour on foot to Plaka, Akropolis , the National Garden & Zappeion.
~45 minutes on foot to Panathinaikon Stadium & to the New Acropolis Museum.
~One hour walk up to the Lycabettus Hill & Saint George's church to enjoy the panorama of the cities (both Athens & Pireaus), especially suggested in late evening/sunset. Or you can take the funicular up to the top (suggested).
~Okay, I guess you have heard that the center of Athens is not one of the safest areas of the country, and I must admit that unfortunately this is true! Albeit, there are some small secrets & if you follow my advises you will have a nice stay in the infamous city center!