Renata’s guidebook

Renata
Renata’s guidebook

Food scene

Hand-made delicious Greek traditional pies and dishes, without any preservatives. It's a must visit small restaurant next to the apartment.
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Hand-made delicious Greek traditional pies and dishes, without any preservatives. It's a must visit small restaurant next to the apartment.
Great traditional Greek food, reasonably priced in the neighborhood. This local has a more of a "local" feel to me than other places near Acropolis museum.
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Opos Palia - Papa Steve
2 Veikou
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Great traditional Greek food, reasonably priced in the neighborhood. This local has a more of a "local" feel to me than other places near Acropolis museum.
Great coffee shop with a variety of healthy snacks and vegan friendly. Get yourself a freddo cappucino or freddo espresso a local's favorites.
Terrakarpo
14 Chatzichristou
Great coffee shop with a variety of healthy snacks and vegan friendly. Get yourself a freddo cappucino or freddo espresso a local's favorites.
Best views of Acropolis from the beautiful roof terrace that you can enjoy day or night. Great cocktails
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360 Cocktail bar
2 Ifestou
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Best views of Acropolis from the beautiful roof terrace that you can enjoy day or night. Great cocktails
Must visit, ranked No.14 in the 50 world's best bars. Great rum selection
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Baba au rum
6 Klitiou
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Must visit, ranked No.14 in the 50 world's best bars. Great rum selection
Fun place to spend your nights there, local's favorite with great drinks, bar food and vibes.
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Juan Rodriguez Bar •Compañia de Bebida
3 Pallados
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Fun place to spend your nights there, local's favorite with great drinks, bar food and vibes.
Ranked No.4 in the world's 50 best bars. Must visit!
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The Clumsies
30 Praxitelous
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Ranked No.4 in the world's 50 best bars. Must visit!
One of the oldest taverna in Monasteraki, serving classic souvlaki grills and pitas!
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O Thanasis
69 Mitropoleos
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One of the oldest taverna in Monasteraki, serving classic souvlaki grills and pitas!
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Restaurant SCHOLARHIO
14 Tripodon
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Wine O'Clock in the shadow of Acropolis offers indigenous grape varieties where you can taste the finest Greek wines with over 160 labels.
Wine o'clock
10 Lempesi
Wine O'Clock in the shadow of Acropolis offers indigenous grape varieties where you can taste the finest Greek wines with over 160 labels.

Sightseeing

The Acropolis museum is an archaeological site-specific museum of the 21st century, housing the most famous works of antiquity.
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Акропољски музеј
15 Dionysiou Areopagitou
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The Acropolis museum is an archaeological site-specific museum of the 21st century, housing the most famous works of antiquity.
Absolute breath taking, the Parthenon is a former temple of the Athenian Acropolis, Greece, dedicated to the goddess Athena, whom the people of Athens consider their patroness.
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Parthenon
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Absolute breath taking, the Parthenon is a former temple of the Athenian Acropolis, Greece, dedicated to the goddess Athena, whom the people of Athens consider their patroness.
Founded in the 19th century, Athens' National Archaeological museum is the largest museum in Greece and one of the greatest antiquities museums in the world.
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National Archaeological Museum
44 28is Oktovriou
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Founded in the 19th century, Athens' National Archaeological museum is the largest museum in Greece and one of the greatest antiquities museums in the world.
The ancient Agora was the marketplace and the center of everyday life in ancient Athens. For an impressive view of the Agora from afar, head to the north wall of the Acropolis or the roads from the Areopagus. The best place to enter the Agora is at the north gate off Adrianoú Street (near the Church of Saint Philip). The Greek word "Agora" means to "gather and orate," indicating that this site was a location of public speaking. The Agora was a place of administration and commerce as well as the meeting place of the Agora tou Dimou, a civic decision-making group. Athletic events and theater performances were also held here. One of the most striking features of the Ancient Agora is the Stoa of Attalos, originally built by King Attalos II and reconstructed in the 1950s. The stoa may have been the scene of Socrates' trial in 399 BC.
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Ancient Agora of Athens
24 Adrianou
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The ancient Agora was the marketplace and the center of everyday life in ancient Athens. For an impressive view of the Agora from afar, head to the north wall of the Acropolis or the roads from the Areopagus. The best place to enter the Agora is at the north gate off Adrianoú Street (near the Church of Saint Philip). The Greek word "Agora" means to "gather and orate," indicating that this site was a location of public speaking. The Agora was a place of administration and commerce as well as the meeting place of the Agora tou Dimou, a civic decision-making group. Athletic events and theater performances were also held here. One of the most striking features of the Ancient Agora is the Stoa of Attalos, originally built by King Attalos II and reconstructed in the 1950s. The stoa may have been the scene of Socrates' trial in 399 BC.
Adjacent to the Ancient Agora is the site of the Roman Agora. While it may all seem like one site, these buildings were constructed later, and construction eventually moved on to the site of the Ancient Agora. One of the easily recognizable sites here is the Tower of the Winds. On the edge of the Roman Agora is the ancient Hadrian's Library, founded by Emperor Hadrian in AD 132. Even later, during Byzantine times, three churches were built near the site of the library. You can see one wall of Hadrian's Library and ruins of the Roman Agora from the street, but if you want to explore further, you can buy a ticket and walk through the ruins.
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Roman Forum
3 Polignotou
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Adjacent to the Ancient Agora is the site of the Roman Agora. While it may all seem like one site, these buildings were constructed later, and construction eventually moved on to the site of the Ancient Agora. One of the easily recognizable sites here is the Tower of the Winds. On the edge of the Roman Agora is the ancient Hadrian's Library, founded by Emperor Hadrian in AD 132. Even later, during Byzantine times, three churches were built near the site of the library. You can see one wall of Hadrian's Library and ruins of the Roman Agora from the street, but if you want to explore further, you can buy a ticket and walk through the ruins.
n the Kolonáki quarter, the Museum of Cycladic Art was created in 1986 by the Nicholas and Dolly Goulandris Foundation. The shipowner Nikolas P. Goulandris was a well-known patron of the arts and cultural life in Athens. Goulandris' own collection forms the core of the museum's exhibits. Housed in a sleek modern building with a facade of marble and glass, the museum's permanent collection includes more than 3,000 objects. The collection represents ancient Greek art, ancient art of the Cyclades (the islands in the Aegean Sea encircling the Island of Delos near Mykonos), and Cypriot art (from the island of Cyprus) dating from the fourth century BC to the sixth century AD. Many of the artifacts on display date to the sixth century BC. Temporary exhibits are held at the elegant 19th-century Stathatos Mansion, accessible from the main building by a passageway from the atrium.
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Museum of Cycladic Art
4 Neofitou Douka
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n the Kolonáki quarter, the Museum of Cycladic Art was created in 1986 by the Nicholas and Dolly Goulandris Foundation. The shipowner Nikolas P. Goulandris was a well-known patron of the arts and cultural life in Athens. Goulandris' own collection forms the core of the museum's exhibits. Housed in a sleek modern building with a facade of marble and glass, the museum's permanent collection includes more than 3,000 objects. The collection represents ancient Greek art, ancient art of the Cyclades (the islands in the Aegean Sea encircling the Island of Delos near Mykonos), and Cypriot art (from the island of Cyprus) dating from the fourth century BC to the sixth century AD. Many of the artifacts on display date to the sixth century BC. Temporary exhibits are held at the elegant 19th-century Stathatos Mansion, accessible from the main building by a passageway from the atrium.
Dedicated to Zeus, the Temple of Olympian Zeus, also called the Olympieion, was the largest temple in ancient Greece. Though the Parthenon is better preserved, the Temple of Olympian Zeus was an even more monumental structure in its day. The temple dates to the sixth century BC but was not completed until the second century AD by the Emperor Hadrian. In front of the Olympieion, not far from the entrance, stands Hadrian's Arch at the end of Dionysiou Areopagitou. It's easy to imagine the grand impression this temple made in its complete form. More than a hundred enormous marble columns once supported the grandiose sanctuary. Only 15 columns remain standing, and another surviving column lies on the ground, but the ruins' monumental presence gives a sense of the massive size of the original building. The gigantic structure was a befitting shrine to Zeus, the ancient Greeks' most all-powerful God, known as the King of Gods.
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Temple of Olympian Zeus
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Dedicated to Zeus, the Temple of Olympian Zeus, also called the Olympieion, was the largest temple in ancient Greece. Though the Parthenon is better preserved, the Temple of Olympian Zeus was an even more monumental structure in its day. The temple dates to the sixth century BC but was not completed until the second century AD by the Emperor Hadrian. In front of the Olympieion, not far from the entrance, stands Hadrian's Arch at the end of Dionysiou Areopagitou. It's easy to imagine the grand impression this temple made in its complete form. More than a hundred enormous marble columns once supported the grandiose sanctuary. Only 15 columns remain standing, and another surviving column lies on the ground, but the ruins' monumental presence gives a sense of the massive size of the original building. The gigantic structure was a befitting shrine to Zeus, the ancient Greeks' most all-powerful God, known as the King of Gods.
Ancient Athens's largest building, the Panathenaic Stadium, has a capacity for 60,000 spectators. Constructed around 335 BC during the era of Herodes Atticus, the venue hosted the Panathenaic Games where runners competed in races around the track. The 204-meter-long track was designed with four double herms, where runners would turn in the races. Around AD 140, the stadium was updated with new marble seating by Herodes Atticus. The structure that tourists see today is a replica of the original stadium, which was rebuilt for the Olympic Games of 1896. This modern-era Olympic Stadium was created in the identical fashion as the Panathenaic Stadium, with 47 tiers of seating and a rounded southeast end. The facility hosts concerts and other events during the summer. Attending a show can be a nice way to spend an evening in Athens.
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Panathenaic Stadium
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Ancient Athens's largest building, the Panathenaic Stadium, has a capacity for 60,000 spectators. Constructed around 335 BC during the era of Herodes Atticus, the venue hosted the Panathenaic Games where runners competed in races around the track. The 204-meter-long track was designed with four double herms, where runners would turn in the races. Around AD 140, the stadium was updated with new marble seating by Herodes Atticus. The structure that tourists see today is a replica of the original stadium, which was rebuilt for the Olympic Games of 1896. This modern-era Olympic Stadium was created in the identical fashion as the Panathenaic Stadium, with 47 tiers of seating and a rounded southeast end. The facility hosts concerts and other events during the summer. Attending a show can be a nice way to spend an evening in Athens.
For many tourists, watching the Changing of the Guard at Syntagma Square is an exciting and memorable experience. The Soldiers of the Presidential Guard stand in front of the Hellenic Parliament on Syntagma Square 24 hours a day, year-round. The guards wear traditional costumes complete with pleated skirts, leg tassels, and pompom shoes. The Changing of the Guards takes place in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier monument at 11am daily. This monument honors anonymous soldiers who died fighting for the country. The monument features a marble relief that imitates a warrior grave stele of ancient times.
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Hellenic Parliament
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For many tourists, watching the Changing of the Guard at Syntagma Square is an exciting and memorable experience. The Soldiers of the Presidential Guard stand in front of the Hellenic Parliament on Syntagma Square 24 hours a day, year-round. The guards wear traditional costumes complete with pleated skirts, leg tassels, and pompom shoes. The Changing of the Guards takes place in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier monument at 11am daily. This monument honors anonymous soldiers who died fighting for the country. The monument features a marble relief that imitates a warrior grave stele of ancient times.
ocated next to the Greek parliament, the National Garden is a large green space behind the Temple of Olympian Zeus and home to the Zappeion. If you have had enough sun during your day of sightseeing, this is a quiet, shady place to relax and cool off. Inviting trails lead through tall trees and offer a reprieve from the busy streets. It's also a free attraction in Athens. On the edge of the garden is the Zappeion Hall, which you can enter for a peek inside if it is not in use. It was built in the 1870s and is used for events. Inside the main entrance is an impressive round, open-air hall, lined by columns.
Botanical Museum of the National Gardens
ocated next to the Greek parliament, the National Garden is a large green space behind the Temple of Olympian Zeus and home to the Zappeion. If you have had enough sun during your day of sightseeing, this is a quiet, shady place to relax and cool off. Inviting trails lead through tall trees and offer a reprieve from the busy streets. It's also a free attraction in Athens. On the edge of the garden is the Zappeion Hall, which you can enter for a peek inside if it is not in use. It was built in the 1870s and is used for events. Inside the main entrance is an impressive round, open-air hall, lined by columns.
As you stand on and gaze out over Athens from the Acropolis, you may wonder what the hill in the distance is. That would be Lycabettus Hill, and it's well worth a visit. The view from the top of Lycabettus Hill is one of the best in Athens. At 227 meters in height, it's the highest point in the city, and provides the unique view down upon the Acropolis. The funicular operates well into the night (12 to 1:30am depending on the season), so a trip up here at night to see the city lights and the Acropolis fully lit is highly recommended. Or, if you find yourself there during the day, take a bit of time to soak it all in by grabbing a cold drink or a bite to eat at the restaurant at the top. You can walk to the top if you really want to, or like most people do, take the three-minute ride on the funicular.
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Lycabettus Hill
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As you stand on and gaze out over Athens from the Acropolis, you may wonder what the hill in the distance is. That would be Lycabettus Hill, and it's well worth a visit. The view from the top of Lycabettus Hill is one of the best in Athens. At 227 meters in height, it's the highest point in the city, and provides the unique view down upon the Acropolis. The funicular operates well into the night (12 to 1:30am depending on the season), so a trip up here at night to see the city lights and the Acropolis fully lit is highly recommended. Or, if you find yourself there during the day, take a bit of time to soak it all in by grabbing a cold drink or a bite to eat at the restaurant at the top. You can walk to the top if you really want to, or like most people do, take the three-minute ride on the funicular.
Great sunsets from the top. The Hill and Monument of Filopappou in Athens: Filopappou (or Philopappou) Hill is a green area to the southwest of the Acropolis. It is a favorite promenade of the Athenians and there you can have great views of the Acropolis, the whole city of Athens and the Aegean Sea that surrounds Attica. In 115 AD, a monument dedicated to the exiled Roman Prince Gaius Julius Antichus Philopappos of Commagene (a region in ancient Armenia) was erected on top of the hill.
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Filopappou Hill
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Great sunsets from the top. The Hill and Monument of Filopappou in Athens: Filopappou (or Philopappou) Hill is a green area to the southwest of the Acropolis. It is a favorite promenade of the Athenians and there you can have great views of the Acropolis, the whole city of Athens and the Aegean Sea that surrounds Attica. In 115 AD, a monument dedicated to the exiled Roman Prince Gaius Julius Antichus Philopappos of Commagene (a region in ancient Armenia) was erected on top of the hill.
The idea behind the realization of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center was originally conceived in 1998 when the Stavros Niarchos Foundation decided to proceed to a donation that would create a multi-space that would enrich the cultural facade of Athens. Initially, the donation was destined separately for the National Library and the Greek National Opera, but as the plans proceeded, it was decided that a new building should be constructed, one that would co-host both institutions. In 2008, the prestigious task was undertaken by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, while the construction process began in 2012 and was completed in 2016. The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center is located in Palaio Faliro, a civic and old-school neighborhood of Athens. Its grounds host three different projects; the National Library, the Greek National Opera and the Stavros Niarchos Park. The institution of the National Library was established in 1832, a few years after Greece has been declared an independent state. Until recently, it was hosted at the marvellous neoclassical building in Panepistimiou Street (designed by Ernst Ziller). With great respect to its history and care to the extremely significant books, documents and writings hosted, the basis of the library will be transferred gradually to the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, to meet up with the demands of the new digital era. Aspiring to become a research center of global resonance, the new National Library offers ultra-modern facilities to assist the academic audience, researchers, students and well as readers. The Greek National Opera is an impressive achievement, a venue that can host even the most demanding performances. With the latest technological equipment, impeccable acoustics, supreme design, and premium aesthetics, it can support the conduct of major singing and dancing productions, providing a superior experience both to the artists and the audience. Last but not least, the Stavros Niarchos Park is literally a breath of fresh air to the grey city of Athens. Vast at the size, the park is overgrown with classic Mediterranean flora such as olive trees, aromatic herbs, and flowers that are planted carefully, in order to bloom according to each season. The park is full as alleys and places suitable for gatherings, where families and friends can enjoy a picnic or a walk, while children can engage in hours of playing. Bicycles are permitted, while it is also a great place for athletic activities. Some of the most impressive features of the park are the grand sea-water canal with the picturesque esplanade, the Lighthouse which is an ideal spot for reading and relaxing, as well as the photovoltaic canopy. The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center was donated to the Greek State in 2017, in an impressive ceremony. The entrance to its grounds is free, while there are special facilities for disabled people. Visitors can reach the center by a special minibus that departs from Ermou Street (at Syntagma Square) or by metro, tram, buses, and trolley.
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Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre
364 Leoforos Andrea Siggrou
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The idea behind the realization of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center was originally conceived in 1998 when the Stavros Niarchos Foundation decided to proceed to a donation that would create a multi-space that would enrich the cultural facade of Athens. Initially, the donation was destined separately for the National Library and the Greek National Opera, but as the plans proceeded, it was decided that a new building should be constructed, one that would co-host both institutions. In 2008, the prestigious task was undertaken by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, while the construction process began in 2012 and was completed in 2016. The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center is located in Palaio Faliro, a civic and old-school neighborhood of Athens. Its grounds host three different projects; the National Library, the Greek National Opera and the Stavros Niarchos Park. The institution of the National Library was established in 1832, a few years after Greece has been declared an independent state. Until recently, it was hosted at the marvellous neoclassical building in Panepistimiou Street (designed by Ernst Ziller). With great respect to its history and care to the extremely significant books, documents and writings hosted, the basis of the library will be transferred gradually to the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, to meet up with the demands of the new digital era. Aspiring to become a research center of global resonance, the new National Library offers ultra-modern facilities to assist the academic audience, researchers, students and well as readers. The Greek National Opera is an impressive achievement, a venue that can host even the most demanding performances. With the latest technological equipment, impeccable acoustics, supreme design, and premium aesthetics, it can support the conduct of major singing and dancing productions, providing a superior experience both to the artists and the audience. Last but not least, the Stavros Niarchos Park is literally a breath of fresh air to the grey city of Athens. Vast at the size, the park is overgrown with classic Mediterranean flora such as olive trees, aromatic herbs, and flowers that are planted carefully, in order to bloom according to each season. The park is full as alleys and places suitable for gatherings, where families and friends can enjoy a picnic or a walk, while children can engage in hours of playing. Bicycles are permitted, while it is also a great place for athletic activities. Some of the most impressive features of the park are the grand sea-water canal with the picturesque esplanade, the Lighthouse which is an ideal spot for reading and relaxing, as well as the photovoltaic canopy. The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center was donated to the Greek State in 2017, in an impressive ceremony. The entrance to its grounds is free, while there are special facilities for disabled people. Visitors can reach the center by a special minibus that departs from Ermou Street (at Syntagma Square) or by metro, tram, buses, and trolley.

Neighborhoods

Between the northern slopes of the Acropolis and Ermou street, the picturesque Plaka neighborhood is a tourist hot spot. The main attraction of this historic area is its charming village ambience. Narrow pedestrian streets and the cheerful little squares of the Pláka quarter are lined with lovely bougainvillea-trimmed pastel-painted houses, restaurants, and shops.
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Anafiotika
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Between the northern slopes of the Acropolis and Ermou street, the picturesque Plaka neighborhood is a tourist hot spot. The main attraction of this historic area is its charming village ambience. Narrow pedestrian streets and the cheerful little squares of the Pláka quarter are lined with lovely bougainvillea-trimmed pastel-painted houses, restaurants, and shops.
n historic Thiseio, neoclassical buildings line hilly streets alongside open-air cafes, cozy wine bars, and rooftop restaurants with views of the Acropolis. Handicraft stalls populate cobbled Apostolou Pavlou promenade, not far from the history exhibits of the Herakleidon Museum. Atop the Hill of the Nymphs, the National Observatory of Athens has guided tours, while Thision Open Air Cinema has seasonal screenings.
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Thiseio
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n historic Thiseio, neoclassical buildings line hilly streets alongside open-air cafes, cozy wine bars, and rooftop restaurants with views of the Acropolis. Handicraft stalls populate cobbled Apostolou Pavlou promenade, not far from the history exhibits of the Herakleidon Museum. Atop the Hill of the Nymphs, the National Observatory of Athens has guided tours, while Thision Open Air Cinema has seasonal screenings.
Vibrant Psyrri centers on Iroon Square, whose surrounding streets have eateries offering meze and live music, including rembetika (Greek blues). Bars with DJs stay open late, as do tavernas serving traditional specialties like meatballs and Greek salad. Small artisan shops, often decorated with graffiti, sell handmade leather bags, indie fashions and offbeat homewares.
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Psyri
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Vibrant Psyrri centers on Iroon Square, whose surrounding streets have eateries offering meze and live music, including rembetika (Greek blues). Bars with DJs stay open late, as do tavernas serving traditional specialties like meatballs and Greek salad. Small artisan shops, often decorated with graffiti, sell handmade leather bags, indie fashions and offbeat homewares.
In the shadow of the Acropolis and its ancient temples, hillside Plaka has a village feel, with narrow cobblestone streets lined with tiny shops selling jewelry, clothes and local ceramics. Sidewalk cafes and family-run tavernas stay open until late, and Cine Paris shows classic movies al fresco. Nearby, the whitewashed homes of the Anafiotika neighborhood give the small enclave a Greek-island vibe.
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Plaka
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In the shadow of the Acropolis and its ancient temples, hillside Plaka has a village feel, with narrow cobblestone streets lined with tiny shops selling jewelry, clothes and local ceramics. Sidewalk cafes and family-run tavernas stay open until late, and Cine Paris shows classic movies al fresco. Nearby, the whitewashed homes of the Anafiotika neighborhood give the small enclave a Greek-island vibe.
Lively Monastiraki is known for iconic landmarks including the ruins of Hadrian’s Library, the Ancient Agora and the rebuilt Stoa of Attalos, with a museum exhibiting Athenian artifacts. Monastiraki Flea Market is a jumble of shops selling artisanal soaps, handmade sandals and souvenir T-shirts. The surrounding streets are crammed with traditional tavernas and restaurants, many with Acropolis views.
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Monastiraki
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Lively Monastiraki is known for iconic landmarks including the ruins of Hadrian’s Library, the Ancient Agora and the rebuilt Stoa of Attalos, with a museum exhibiting Athenian artifacts. Monastiraki Flea Market is a jumble of shops selling artisanal soaps, handmade sandals and souvenir T-shirts. The surrounding streets are crammed with traditional tavernas and restaurants, many with Acropolis views.
Stylish Kolonaki is a hub for upscale shopping, where international labels and Greek designer boutiques share space with sleek concept stores and galleries. Mid-range and fine dining restaurants offer global cuisines as well as modern takes on Greek cooking, and trendy bars have live jazz or DJs. Trails and a funicular railway lead to the summit of Mt. Lycabettus, with panoramic views and the Agios Georgios chapel.
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Kolonaki
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Stylish Kolonaki is a hub for upscale shopping, where international labels and Greek designer boutiques share space with sleek concept stores and galleries. Mid-range and fine dining restaurants offer global cuisines as well as modern takes on Greek cooking, and trendy bars have live jazz or DJs. Trails and a funicular railway lead to the summit of Mt. Lycabettus, with panoramic views and the Agios Georgios chapel.