Athens is a one of those tourist cities that has everything. You can find amazing beaches, relax, night clubs and pubs, great food, and historical sites. History, architecture and artefact lovers can find so many sites that feed their curiosity and love for Greek culture and remains. One of the first sites that needs mentioning is the Acropolis and the Parthenon. These remains are a standing symbol of Greek history and tales, as well as standing in a spot that gives you one of the most panoramic views over the city. The National Archaeological Museum is where you should go next. Expect to spend at least a couple hours in it and see a collection of artefacts from the Cycladic Island, Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations. Other sites you should try to see are the Temple of Poseidon, Piraeus Archaeological Museum, Nautical Museum and Lycabettus Hill.
Key West is one of the most touristy spots of the Keys. The main street where most of the fun and shops are located is Duval Street. In fact you will find a Hard Rock Café right in the middle of it. Mallory Square is where most of the visitors and cruise ship passengers hang out. They watch the sunset, parades and shop at the nearby boutiques. You can also enjoy a refreshing drink as you promenade and enjoy the scenery. Guest houses, art galleries and other such areas are other areas of Key West where visitors can relax and enjoy the island’s laid back seen. During the day you can enjoy a tour of the town by train or trolley. Museums, tropical gardens, and galleries are also part of the island’s scene. People stay in Key West hotels on the main street where they can be in the center of all the fun. Other more quiet travelers will look for a hotel in Key West located a bit farther into town, for a quieter night and surrounding. In reality whichever one you choose, the town isn’t big enough for you to miss out on anything.