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Acropolis of Athens

Acropolis of Athens

The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient acropolis located in an rocky area overlooking the city of Athens. While there is evidence that the hill was inhabited since the 400 BC, it was Pericles who in 500 BC, co-ordinated the construction of the most important buildings in the area. On…

The Parthenon

The Parthenon

The temple built in honor of the patron saint of Athens is the most visited building in Greece. Combining your visit with the modern Acropolis Museum is the ideal way to get to know the past of the city. The Temple of Athena of the Parthenon, dedicated to the goddess…

Erechtheion

Erechtheion

The Erechtheion is an ancient Greek temple on the north side of the Acropolis, dedicated both to Athena and Poseidon. It is believed that the temple was built between 421-406 BC and the architect was Mnesikles. The sculptor of the building was Pheidias, who was appointed by Pericles to decorate…

PANATHENAIC STADIUM

PANATHENAIC STADIUM

Built in a natural hollow section of the land between the two hills of Agra and Artemos, over the river Ilissos, the Panathinaic Stadium is the only stadium in the world that is made entirely of marble. Initially, a stadium was built in the area of ​​a simple horse race…

Syntagma Square

Syntagma Square

At Syntagma Square you can visit the Greek Parliament and the monument of the Unknown Soldier. Until 1843, it was called the Palace Square, as there was the palace of King Otto. The current name of the square is due to the Constitution granted by Othon after a great popular…

Monastiraki

Monastiraki

If you like outdoor markets and narrow streets full of life, then you are in the right place. Monastiraki lists dozens of outdoor shops as well as the cafes and restaurants that will offer you moments of relaxation. Access: Metro stations: Monastiraki, Line: M1 (GREEN) and M3 (BLUE) Map: no.11…

The Acropolis Museum

The Acropolis Museum

The Acropolis Museum, with its huge glass walls and high aesthetics, brings a real sense of admiration to anyone who visits it. The permanent exhibitions occupy 3 floors and are divided into 4 levels, while in the fifth there are additional spaces such as cafes, restaurants and vendors. On the…

Plaka – The neighbour of the Gods

Plaka – The neighbour of the Gods

Plaka is the oldest historic neighborhood of Athens with picturesque neoclassical houses and pedestrian streets right below the Acropolis. It is known as the “Neighborhood of the Gods”. In the area you can enjoy magnificent views of the city of Athens. Enjoy greek gastronomy in one of the many picturesque…