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Zeus International’s Hotels ‘Adopt’ Athens’ Karaiskaki Square for Christmas

Karaiskaki Square, Athens. Photo Source: @Wyndham Athens Residence

As part of the Athens Municipality’s “Adopt your city” program, Zeus International’s hotels – Wyndham Grand Athens, Wyndham Athens Residence and K29 – will decorate Karaiskaki square for the Christmas holidays.

Karaiskaki square is located in the area of Metaxourgio, in front of the Wyndham hotels and just a few minutes away from K29.

“Adopt your city” was launched by the Municipality of Athens in the summer with the aim to involve residents, private and public sector companies and organizations in actions planned for the improvement of life in the capital.

A total of 19 companies and organizations have responded to the municipality’s call to decorate a number of the city’s streets, squares and neighborhoods with brand new lights and ornaments for the festive season.

In an announcement, Zeus International announced that it has undertaken the cost of the Christmas decorations that will adorn one of the oldest, landmark squares of the capital.

The Mayor of Athens Kostas Bakoyannis with representatives of the 19 companies and organizations that participate in the “Adopt your city” program for the Christmas holidays.

“The program aims to make the capital’s neighborhoods shine, stimulate commerce and lighten the mood of residents and visitors,” Zeus International said.

“The positive response of Zeus International’s Athens hotels to the Municipality’s call will offer the opportunity to residents and the capital’s hundreds of thousands of visitors to celebrate this Christmas in a brighter, even more hospitable city than ever before.”

Zeus International invests in high-end hotel units, actively contributing to the creation of a new tourism hub in the wider area of Metaxourgio in Athens.

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