Athens, Greece Jet Charters
Visit the cradle of western civilization and birthplace of democracy
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Private Jet Charter Flights to/from Athens
If you believe in the democratic process, you have Athens to thank for it. Regarded as the birthplace of democracy, this ancient city still boasts many of the stately ruins and monuments that speak of the beginnings of western civilization. Among them is the Acropolis, a former citadel that has been around since the fifth century BC, as well as the Parthenon, a temple dedicated to Athena, patron goddess of the city. But you don't have to be a history buff to appreciate Athens. There are plenty of unique markets and neighborhoods worthy exploring, including: The Plaka, Psiri, Agora-Athens Central Market and Monistiraki Flea Market. Read more about private jet charter flights in Athens
Athens jet charter information
Athens, Greece's capital and largest city, is one of the world's oldest and historically significant cities. Known as the birthplace of democracy, Athens was the cultural, intellectual and philosophical center of civilization more than 3,400 years ago. Given the city's status as a center of learning, culture and commerce, Athens drew people from all over Greece, and from other countries, to study and to trade.
Things to Do in Athens
Today, Athens’ ancient streets and stately ruins awe and inspire millions of tourists every year. Stroll by Plato's Academy or stop to ponder the significance of existence at the Lyceum of Aristotle. The National Archaeological Museum features the largest collection of Greek artifacts in the world and helps guests to better understand life for those people whose contributions to history are the foundation of Western society in both the old and new worlds. Of course, it's not just about museums and tours here. Athens offers a variety of activities for modern-minded guests, as well. Travelers can experience the sights, sounds, smells, and most importantly tastes of Greece at Psiri. Located near Athinas and Ermou streets, this collection of cafes, bars, clubs and shops became the center of Athens' nightlife during the 2004 Olympics. Looking for a more laid-back experience after your private jet flight to Athens? The Plaka is one of Greece's oldest neighborhoods, featuring local shops, artisans and restaurants. While there, check out the world-famous Brettos distillery and then catch a flick at the outdoor Cine Paris below the lighted walls of the Acropolis. For the more adventurous Athens jet travelers, or those just looking for a break from the bustle of the city, head over to the Port of Pireaus and catch a boat across the majestic Aegean Sea to a Greek island.
How to Book Charter Flights to Athens
Book you charter flights to Athens and experience the luxury and personal service that Stratos Jets provides. Our charter consultants are available 24 hours a day to arrange your next on-demand air charter service to Athens. Our consultants specialize in arranging every aspect of your flying experience to meet your personal and professional needs. From in-flight concierge service to ground travel planning and reservations, Stratos Jets gives you more time to experience the glory of Athens, rather than worrying over your itinerary. Wherever your destination in Athens, Stratos Jets can bring you the beauty and luxury of this ancient city, simply and personably. Our charter flight coordinators can help arrange your reservation at one of Athens' many five-star resorts, such as the King George Palace, continually regarded as one of the top hotels in Greece. Located in the historical city center, this boutique resort is a favorite destintion of traveling celebrities and heads of state, blending the ancient city with modern amenities.
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Athens Jet Charter Airports
Private jet travelers arriving on charter flights to Athens have two airport options to choose from: Athens International Airport (LGAV), also known as Eleftherios Venizelos, is about 30 minutes east of the city; Elefsis Ab Airport (LGEL) is about 20 minutes west of Athens and features a runway measuring nearly 9,000 feet.