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The main port hub of Greece

A city that grew and gained power, becoming an important commercial, cultural and industrial center throughout the centuries.
The municipality of Piraeus and several other suburban municipalities within the regional unit of Piraeus form the greater Piraeus area, with a total population of 448,997.

Discover the heart of Piraeus

A port-city with a fascinating history, vibrant, with sights worth seeing.
The neighborhood Achillion is located is called “Trouba”. In the mid 20th century it was the most infamous place in Athens-Piraeus. It was no more than a typical harbor bad-neighbor.

Drugs, prostitution, drunken sailors, street musicians, night clubs, corrupted police, murders and street fights was the “daily menu” in the area. Novels written, songs made even movies filmed to keep the history up today. Trouba eventually lost identity after 1970 and became civilized. Rich naval companies, new hotels, commercial stores established and the “bad” neighbor became a busy city with luxurious shops and coffee shops for the “good ladies and business men”.

So today the surrounding area is full of shops, cafés, bars, restaurants full of life and safe for walking 24 hours a day. Ask for more information at the reception desk and we will gladly give you any information possible for your tour in our city. Enjoy

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Emergency numbers:

Police 100 | Ambulance 166 | Fire department 199
Port facilities:
Coast Guard | Port administration
Piraeus sightseeing
In ancient times Piraeus was the naval port of Attica region, just a Metro ride away from the Athens Center.
Piraeus is famous for the lovely harbors. At the top of the hill is the Prophet Elias church and the Veakeion open-air theatre.
Archaeological Museum has artefacts from Mycenaean times to the Roman period, retrieved from across the city and along the coastline of Attica.
The Municipal Gallery Housed in the old city post office, the gallery displays a collection of modern Greek art and works from up and-coming Greek artists.
The Hellenic Maritime Museum the largest maritime museum of Greece. The exhibits and models depict ships dating back to 8,000 B.C.
The Municipal Theatre is one of the most impressive neoclassical buildings of Piraeus. It came into life at the end of the 19th century and since then many famous Greek directors have presented their works there. Its layout is based on Odéon Théâtre de l'Europe in Paris.
The port of Zeas, also known as Pasalimani, is the perfect place for a stroll. You can grab a leisurely coffee and have a great view of the Saronic Gulf.
If you’re a seafood lover, Piraeus is the ideal place to dine. Book a table in one of the several seafood restaurants at Zea Pasalimani, Microlimano or Peiraiki.
Trouba is a district that has changed faces many times. Today it’s a small nightlife hub with some trendy bars for an amazing Greek night life experience.