Book Houston to Athens flights, IAH ATH.
Visiting Athens is not just a trip into Greece's capital city, but also a venture into one of Europe's historical monoliths. There are two options for getting around the city comfortably. You can either hop on the Athens Tram, Athens' newly-created tram network, or you can take the Athens Metro, Athens' century-old underground rapid transportation system. You can't go wrong with either one. After that long flight from Houston (IAH) to Athens (ATH) you're probably thirsty and hungry. If you want a great introduction into the Greek food experience head down to Heterclito and order a glass of Melissokyses, a white wine from the Greek Island of Crete. The restaurant is a homage to the Greek vineyards of olden times so nothing will help you start feeling at home in Greece like eating at Heterclito. By now you probably want to start sightseeing so head down to Acropolis Hill, known to most as Athens' most important historical site. Next, take a trip to the Benaki Museum and view some art collections from the Byzantine Empire, or go to the QWar Museum of Athens and look at pieces depicted from the Greco-Italian War of 1941 and the Balkan Wars of 1912-1912. The War Museum of Athens has Chinese art on display as well. If you are a fan of the arts, take a trip to Athens Concert Hall and be prepared for an experience of complete euphoria once you see the Athens State Orchestra perform. It is led by world-renowned pianist, Cornelios Michaeldis and composer, Juraj Valcuha. Don't hesitate; book your flight to Athens today.