Area: 10.865 sq.km (4 sq mi)

Population: 175697 (as of 2001)

Density: 16171/sq.km (41882/sq mi)

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Acropole Hotel
Category: 2**
Acropole
Anemoni Hotel
Category: 2**
Anemoni
Argo Hotel
Category: 2**
Argo
Castella Hotel
Category: 3***
Castella
Delfini Hotel
Category: 2**
Delfini
Efplias Furnished Apts
Category: 4****
Efplias
Electra Hotel
Category: 1*
Electra
Glaros Hotel
Category: 2**
Glaros
Ideal Hotel
Category: 2**
Ideal
Lilia Hotel
Category: 2**
Lilia
Mistral Hotel
Category: 3***
Mistral
Noufara Hotel
Category: 3***
Noufara
Phedias Hotel
Category: 2**
Phedias
Piraeus Dream Hotel
Category: 2**
Piraeus Dream
Pireas Theoxenia Hotel
Category: 5*****
Pireas Theoxenia
Poseidonio Hotel
Category: 2**
Poseidonio
Savoy Hotel
Category: 3***
Savoy
Scorpios Hotel
Category: 2**
Scorpios
Serifos Hotel
Category: 2**
Serifos
Triton Hotel
Category: 3***
Triton

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Piraeus is a Greek port city located in the Attica basin. The Mount of Egaleo and the Saronic Gulf determine the climate of the area. The destination is served by buses, the Athens-Piraeus Electric railways, Athens Tram. International tourists are taken to the Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport and then to the destination itself (by bus or by car).

Piraeus features the greatest variety of hotels from luxurious ones to mid range and budgetary places. The most luxurious hotel there is the Piraeus Theoxenia Hotel located right in the city center. It offers all modern facilities as for comfortable rest so for intensely scheduled business trips. Another expensive place to stop is Phidias offering its visitors a cozy lounge area, parking and free Wi-Fi zones. For tourists looking for a budgetary place Piraeus offers low cost 2 star hotels as Piraeus Dream City hotel located just in 50m from the city center and Poseidonio Hotel offering cozy rooms, lounge, bar and free Wi-Fi zone.

Piraeus is an accumulation of historical and cultural sights. Tourists are offered the greatest choice of attractions to visit and explore. The Archeological Museum, much loved by kids Nautical Museum of Greece, the Church of Saint Nikolas are in close vicinity from any place tourists can stop in. One of the most recommended spots to see for travelers is the Giorgos Karaiskakis Stadium.

Curious tourists are advised to take ferry to the most known Greek island. An alternative to active leisure is hiking across the harbor and watching luxurious yachts departing and coming to the piers.

Piraeus sees plenty of sun throughout the year. The rains are common in the period from November till April. Infrequent thunderstorms are also possible throughout the year. Summer months are the warmest and the sunniest offering the greatest weather for all types of tourism.
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