Flight Deal: Washington, D.C. to Athens, Greece Roundtrip For Only $478
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Flight Deal: Washington, D.C. to Athens, Greece Roundtrip For Only $478

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DeAnna Taylor
DeAnna Taylor May 12, 2019

If Greece has been on your bucket list, you are in luck. You can fly from Washington, D.C. to Athens for only $478 roundtrip. This deal is via Lufthansa Airlines.

This deal is valid for travel from September through mid-February 2020. You can use a travel search engine like Momondo to find the dates that work best for you.

In order to get the lowest price for this deal, you will end up taking different airlines on your departure and return. However, they are still under the same affiliate company so there won’t be much difference. You will have a couple of short layovers before you reach Athens as well.

Related:How To Do Athens, Greece For Less Than $1400

Situated in the heart of Greece in the Attica region, Athens is decorated in 5th-century landmarks, including a hilltop temple monument known as Acropolis, the iconic Athenian temple ruins of the Parthenon, the Plaka, and more.

With a long history spanning over 3,000 years, Athens is considered one of the world’s oldest cities. Start your trip by visiting the Acropolis and the Parthenon, two of the city’s most famous landmarks. Stop in the Acropolis Museum to learn even more about the history.

If you are into shopping and people watching, you will absolutely enjoy taking a stroll through the Monastiraki Flea market. It is located in the old town of the city and is the main shopping area. You will find everything from souvenir shops to specialty stores.

Athens is filled with art galleries through and through. If you are an art lover, check out ArtZone42, located in the central part of the city.

Finally get in a little ‘turn up” by experiencing the nightlife. You can check out hidden bars and rooftop terraces in many of the neighborhoods including Gazi and Agia Irini square.

No matter what your interest, Athens will have something to keep you occupied.

This is a great deal and we can guarantee that it won’t be around very long. Hurry and grab your seat while you can.