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The upscale design hotel Barceló Malaga enjoys a perfect location, just alongside the cities central train station. It is situated between the picturesque old town and the seaside promenade, both within a short stroll. The fairground, “La Rosaleda” football stadium, the Picasso Museum, the Cathedral and other attractions are within walking distance. The hotel is one of the top designer hotels of Spain and boasts a huge stainless steel slide from the first floor to the B-Lounge. The superbly appointed rooms are modern and comfortable, featuring climate control, free WIFI and satellite TV with a plasma screen. Guests can work out in the gym, relax in the sauna or sample delightful and healthy dishes in the hotel's gourmet restaurant
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The elegant Melia Athens is located in the heart of the city centre, within walking distance from the metro station and a short ride from the Acropolis Museum and Parthenon. Experience indulgent dining at the SkyLounge Rooftop Restaurant & Bar, with finely curated Mediterranean cuisine and the perfect backdrop of the Parthenon and Lycabetus hill. Savour traditional Greek flavours mingled with Mediterranean tastes to create ‘Balance' in our hotel restaurants. Refresh yourself and wash away your stress in the privacy of your spa-bathtub or de-stress in the hotel sauna and hamam. Stay fit in our modern and fully equipped Health Club. Enjoy the sunshine from the highest floor and take in the stunning views of the Acropolis while sipping your favorite drink prepared by our cocktail team.
Learn all about Athens’ ancient and modern history on this half-day tour of the city. Take a trip alongside expert guides, who will knowledgeably let you in on all there is to know and more about this fascinating city, in which past and present constantly blend. Begin by spending some time at the breath-taking Panathenaic Stadium, a magnificent construction erected on the remains of an ancient stadium where the first Olympic Games of modern times were held in 1896.Then, as you continue, pass by the Royal Palace, the private residence of Greece’s Prime Minister. Keep a lookout for the Euzones, the Palace’s guards in their colourful uniforms! You will also be able to appreciate many incredible landmarks drenched in history, such as Hadrian’s Arch, the Greek Parliament in Syntagma Square and Athens’ memorial to the Unknown Soldier. Also discover the beauty of world-renowned modern institutions such as the University, the National Library and the Academy, named after the famous Academy founded by the philosopher Plato in the classical Greek era. Last but not least, you will visit the Acropolis, an old plateau abundant with various symbols of ancient Greece, the most magnificent of which are the remains of the Parthenon. You will be able to contrast this wonder of antique architecture with its modern attaché, the New Acropolis Museum.