Rastoni Athens Suites are located in one of the most central but quiet neighborhoods of Athens, only a few minutes away from Syntagma square (metro station), the picturesque streets of Plaka, Ermou street and magnificent Acropolis.
The National garden and the Greek Parliament are 300 meters away while Acropolis, the museum of Acropolis the Herod Atticus Odeon are 10 minutes away on foot.
Our neighborhood offers a variety of multicultural restaurants: from Mediterranean Greek cuisine to Indian delicacies and Japanese Sushi- in less than 100 meters away from your doorstep. In the same proximity you will also find a supermarket, pharmacy, grocery shop, many tourist agencies as well as hairdresser shops.
Airport: 28 km
Accessible by all means of transport that stop at Syntagma. Metro line 3, bus line X95 and taxi.
Port: 11 km
Accessible by all means of transport that stop at Syntagma. Bus line 040, Metro line 1 and taxi.
Beach: 8 km
Tram line (with direction to Voula) available once you exit Neos Kosmos metro station (Metro line 2).
Just off the apartments entrance.
3 minutes walk, in 4-6, Navarchou Nikodimou, st.
Stavros Niarchos Foundation: 6 km
Under the watchful eyes of Acropolis you will find Plaka, arguably one of the oldest and authentic neighborhoods of Athens. Also known as “the District of Gods’’, Plaka attracts many visitors that seek to take a glimpse of this historical area with its neoclassical architecture, labyrinth streets, coffee shops, restaurants and tavernas.
The sacred rock of Acropolis, a symbol and benchmark of Ancient and Modern Greek civilization is the most magnificent and finest sanctuary of Ancient Athens. Dedicated to the goddess Athena, this monument is connected to some of the most renowned myths, events and religious festivals of ancient Athens reflecting a powerful and influential city at the peak of its glory. It consists of several buildings such as the Parthenon, Erectheion and Temple of Athena Nike, that are still worshipped for their fine architecture and artistic value.
Odeon of Herodus Atticus:
It is a stone theater structure built by Herodes Atticus in 161 AD that was mainly used to host music performances. Today, it is still used for many concerts, one of which is the annual Festival of Athens that is held from May to October every year.
An oasis of beauty and color in the center of Athens, the National Garden covers an area of 24 hectares full of vegetation and it is surrounded by some of the most important monuments of Athens such as the Parliament, The Zappeion Hall Garden and the Panathenaic Stadium.
Its location, 300 meters above sea level, marks it as an ideal spot for clear and romantic views of the Athens city and the Attica basin, especially in the twilight. It can be reached through a funicular railway from Aristippou street at Kolonaki.
Filopappou Hill is an area covered with pine trees to the south west of Acropolis. It is an ideal sight to enjoy spectacular views of the Acropolis, the city of Athens as well as the Aegean Sea. It is named after the construction of an ancient Greek mausoleum and memorial dedicated to the Roman Prince Gaius Julius Antichus Philopappos of Commagene. Following a stone path that starts from Filopappou Hill, you will find yourselves to the Pnyx Hill, a gathering place for important assemblies in 507 BC.
New Acropolis Museum:
The new Acropolis Museum covers and exhibition space of about 14,000 m2. It was constructed to house findings from the Archaeological site of Acropolis as well as ruins that date back to the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece.
Named after the church that is located in the central square of the area, Monastiraki is a flea market neighborhood with a plethora of souvenir shops, clothing shops, cafes and restaurants that every tourist in Athens has to visit.