Area Attractions

Athens is a modern city uniquely blending with is magnificent classic cultural past. Located near the classic center of the city, Grand Hyatt Athens puts you near the exhilarating Athens city center. Tour the Acropolis and its Parthenon, visit the new Acropolis Museum, built specifically to house the Acropolis marbles, shop in Kolonaki or Hermou Street, visit the Athenian outdoor markets.  Marvel at exquisite marble monuments, dine with an Acropolis view, and then return for an unparalleled stay.


Grand Hyatt Athens

115, Syngrou Avenue
Athens, Greece, 11745



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Explore Athens – Must See

Acropolis & Ancient Agora

1,7 KM / 1 MI AWAY
Unearth the treasures of Athens at the Acropolis and Ancient Agora. Marvel at the classical splendor of the Acropolis with its Parthenon and other architectural wonders, while the Ancient Agora reveals the pulse of ancient Athenian life, politics, and commerce. Dive into Greece's rich history and heritage.

Filopappou Hill

1,1 KM / 0.6 MI AWAY
Ascend Filopappou Hill for panoramic views of Athens and its historic treasures. This serene haven offers a tranquil escape amidst ancient ruins and lush greenery. Explore nature and history in harmony.

Monastiraki Square

2,2 KM / 1.3 MI AWAY
Experience the vibrant heart of Athens at Monastiraki Square. Discover a bustling marketplace, eclectic shops, and the iconic Monastiraki Flea Market. Immerse yourself in the city's lively culture.

Athens Riviera

10 KM / 6.2 MI AWAY
Escape to the Athens Riviera, where azure waters meet cosmopolitan charm. Enjoy sun-soaked beaches, chic seaside dining, and stunning coastal vistas. Experience the allure of the Mediterranean in Athens.

Temple of Poseidon, Sounion

44 KM / 27 MI AWAY
Journey to Sounion and behold the majesty of the Temple of Poseidon, an ancient marvel perched on the cliffs overlooking the Aegean Sea. Witness a legendary sunset at this iconic Greek sanctuary.

Art & Culture

Acropolis Museum

1,5 KM / 1 MI AWAY
Founded in 2003, the Acropolis Museum is an archaeological museum that primarily showcases artifacts found on the rock and on the surrounding slopes, from the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece. It also lies over the ruins of a part of Roman and early Byzantine Athens.

Cycladic Museum

2,9 KM / 1.8 MI AWAY
The Museum of Cycladic Art holds one of the most complete collections of Cycladic Art in the world showcasing the famous marble figurines of the 3rd millennium BC that have influenced several twentieth and twenty-first century artists, such as Brancusi, Modigliani, Giacometti, Hepworth and Moore. Committed to inspiring and benefiting multiple communities, the Museum has made its mark in the city of Athens, within and beyond its walls. It is a Legal Entity under Private Law supervised by the Ministry of Culture without state funding.

EMST- National Museum of Contemporary Art Athens

0,8 KM / 0.5 MI AWAY
The National Museum of Contemporary Art Athens (EMST) began its operation in 2000. EMST acquires, safeguards, preserves, documents, researches and exhibits works of contemporary Greek and international art. The constant aim of the museum is the promotion of education in the arts and raising public awareness regarding contemporary culture, in combination with the development of scientific research and specialization in museology, history and theory of contemporary art.

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center

3 KM / 1.8 MI AWAY
A public space, where everyone has free access and can participate in a multitude of cultural, educational, athletic, environmental and recreational activities and events. It includes the Greek National Opera, the National Library of Greece as well as the Stavros Niarchos Park, one of the largest green areas in Athens, covering 21 hectares. The SNFCC was created thanks to an exclusive grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, which delivered it to the Greek State upon completion.

Onassis Stegi

0,03 KM / 0.01 MI AWAY
Onassis Stegi is the place where contemporary culture meets aesthetics and science. The place where courageous, restless, daring Greek artists find the means to showcase their work; the place where international collaborations are nurtured; The Onassis Stegi building hosts theatrical and musical productions, film screenings, art and digital shows, but its activities and central concept extend beyond the four walls of the center on Syngrou Avenue.


Attica City Link - The Department Store

2,7 KM / 1.6 MI AWAY
Attica is the largest and most fashionable department store in Greece, housed in a historically preserved, neo classical building.

Kolonaki Square

3,0 KM / 1.8 MI AWAY
Kolonaki Square is a modern street lined with the city's chicest boutiques, coffee houses and restaurants.

Ermou Street

2,2 KM / 1.3 MI AWAY
Shop, stroll, and savor the essence of Athens on Ermou Street, the city's premier shopping destination. Discover fashion, culture, and culinary delights in the heart of Greece's capital.