Attica is located in the southeastern part of Greece and is home to the capital city, Athens. Attica is bordered by the Aegean Sea to the east and south, and by the regions of Central Greece and Peloponnese to the north and west, respectively.

The geography of Attica features a varied landscape, ranging from coastal plains to mountains. Mount Parnitha, the highest mountain in Attica, offers breathtaking views of the region. 

Attica is rich in historical and cultural landmarks, attracting visitors from all over the world. The most famous attraction in the region is the Acropolis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes the iconic Parthenon. Other notable sites include the Temple of Olympian Zeus, the Ancient Agora, and the Panathenaic Stadium.

Aside from its historical sites, Attica also offers beautiful beaches along its coastline. The popular coastal areas of Glyfada, Vouliagmeni, and Sounio are perfect for relaxation and water activities. The region is also known for its vibrant nightlife, with numerous bars, clubs, and restaurants.

Attica is not only a popular tourist destination but also a major economic and cultural center in Greece. Its rich history, stunning landscapes, and vibrant atmosphere make it a must-visit destination for travelers seeking a mix of ancient wonders and modern charm.

Athens International Airport (ATH) is situated in the Attica region, is the busiest airport of the Balkans and serves as the main travelling option for visiting Greece by millions of tourists worldwide every year. Athens International Airport connects with all of Greece’s national airports as well as with multiple international airports across the globe.

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