Enjoy our great fares on Dublin Athens flights (DUB - ATH). Explore the ancient ruins of the Acropolis. Here The Theatre of Dionysus, The Temple of Hephaestus and the famous Parthenon mark the birthplace of modern civilization. Be sure to see The Temple of Athena Nike, the city's namesake before taking the short trip to the city center at Syntagma Square. Visit the Kolonaki district where cafes line the streets and the pubs are plentiful. This area is always jumping with live entertainment and DJ's catering to the young and hip, while the Plaka district is the spot for more traditional shopping and dining. Book your flight from Dublin to Athens (DUB - ATH) with Lufthansa now to take advantage of low fares.
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Fly with Lufthansa to Athens, one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. It is the city where democracy and philosophy were born. The history of Athens is world-renowned with ancient attractions such as the Acropolis, the Agora, the Parthenon and the Dionysus Theatre that were all created in the Greek Golden Age. Nowadays, Athens is a city of different influences, it is a modern metropolis and Greece's economical and political center. While walking around the famous historic triangle (Plaka, Thission, Psyri) of the old neighborhoods, the coexistence of different eras can be explored. Athens is known for its nightlife and its big variety of entertainment. Take a stroll through the city at night and find out why the capital of Greece is known as the city that never sleeps. Fly from Dublin to Athens and explore this magnificent city!
* All shown fares are round-trip (unless otherwise indicated) per passenger and include taxes and fees. Prices are Economy Light fares and are valid on all European routes for travels starting October 1, 2015. Economy Light fare tickets includes one piece of hand luggage. Price variance when you pay with a credit card possible. Please note that seats are limited.