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Next to the port, "Dream" lovely appartment

Entire rental unit
hosted by Iakovos
  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
Dedicated workspace
A private room with wifi that’s well-suited for working.
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A fully renovated 65 sq.m apartment located at a 5 min walk. distance from Piraeus Port.The apt. is modern furnished &decorated, providing all the equippment a guest needs for a comfy stay. 400 m. from Piraeus Archeological Museum, 1 klm from Nautic Museum,9 min from Pasalimani & Marina Zeas sea sides areas, 12 min. walking distance to Metro station & 3 min from the bus station, "Dream" apt. will be your ideal spot for a pleasant -close to all the main interesting Piraeus & Athens sights

The space
If you are looking for Piraeus accommodation the Dream Lovely Apartment will be the perfect home for you! Located 5 minutes close to Piraeus Port and with the bus stop almost out of the apartment and the metro station at a 15 min walking distance, the flat will be the ideal spot to start your business or leisure day!
Recently renovated and equipped with AC, laundry machine, coffee maker, stove and all the kitchen essentials if you decide to cook, the apartment will make your stay comfortable and easy.
You will find us available for any question 24h/7days and we can provide any information you may need for the area, transportation or any other issue.

Where you'll sleep

1 queen bed, 1 sofa bed

What this place offers

City skyline view
Dedicated workspace
Free street parking
50" HDTV with Amazon Prime Video, Netflix
Free washer – In unit
Central air conditioning
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
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Where you’ll be

Pireas, Greece

The whole coastal front of Piraeus, a city that exists for its sake, is one of the most interesting coastal urban landscapes in Greece.
The famous Piraeus, which stretches from the area of ​​the School of Naval Trials to the port of Zea, is a wonderful route, overlooking the Saronic Sea, which encloses the area of ​​Freattida, the ancient coast. The route is known for its excellent restaurants and fish taverns, but also the remnants of ancient walls and small beaches.
The port of Zea is the heart of Piraeus, the lively center of the city. In it the visitor will see the Naval Museum, the remains of the ancient Neo-settlements, but also the impressive marina.
The picturesque "Mikrolimano" is the most famous part of Piraeus for those who are interested in visiting it for its excellent fish taverns. It is located east of Zea, at the foot of the historic hill of Kastella (the ancient citadel of Piraeus, Munich).
"Kastella" is probably the most beautiful district of Piraeus. A relatively steep hill, with narrow alleys, crowned at the top by a beautiful grove and the Veakeio open theater.
The Municipal Theater of Piraeus (1895) stands in Korai Square. It is an excellent example of the classicist architectural tradition and is an important landmark of Piraeus.
The only Maritime Museum in Greece is located in Marina of Zea. The museum houses ship models, representations of naval battles, nautical objects, paintings and photographs, from ancient times to the present day.

The Piraeus Archaeological Museum is located next to the archeological site of the Zea theater. The Museum houses finds from Piraeus and coastal Attica. Particularly important are the bronze statues unearthed in 1959 in Piraeus: the archaic Apollo (6th century BC), Athena of Kifissodotus and the two statues of Artemis (4th century BC)
The Old Post Office houses the Municipal Gallery of Piraeus. It exhibits works by modern Greek painters. such as Nikolaos and Periklis Lytras, Konstantinos Maleas, Konstantinos Romanidis, Michael Economou, Alexandros Christofis etc.
At the facilities of Metro/train station , at the main port houses the small and beautiful Museum of Electric Railways, with objects and photographs from the history of ISAP.(urban train Company)

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Rated 4.85 out of 5 from 47 reviews.