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Attica is the region where Greece's capital, Athens is located. Athens is one of Europe's largest cities, with a population of almost 5 million people.

There are numerous iconic spots that you can visit, such as the Acropolis (Athens), the Temple of Poseidon and the Temple of the goddess Athena (Cape Sunio) with the breathtaking sea views, or Lake Vouliagmeni, which has hot springs with temperatures of 24oC all year.


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The capital of Greece and the country's largest city. It owes its name to goddess Athena. Its history spans more than 3000 years, making Athens the site of significant archaeological relics such as the world-renowned Parthenon on the Acropolis.

Cape Sounio

There are many things that you should not miss if you visit Athens and going to Cape Sounio is one of them. Famous for housing the temple of Poseidon and the temple of Athena. Its breathtaking view of the Aegean Sea will astound you.

Saronic Gulf Islands

Located between 1 and 3 hours from Athens, the Saronic Gulf Islands are the finest alternative for a sailing escape or a full-day adventure.

Vouliagmeni Lake

Vouliagmeni Lake, or Sunken Lake, is a hidden gem about 20 kilometers from Athens' downtown. It is a popular tourist destination due to its hot springs that are 24 degrees Celsius all year.