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Athens is waiting for you to discover its glorious food, mind-blowing temples and ancient philosophy schools.
Pick out seasonal ingredients in the vibrant central market. Learn to cook authentic Greek dishes, in a chef's kitchen.
Solve the riddle of the parthenon.
Discover Greek myths written in the constellations.
Follow in the footsteps of Plato and Aristotle and travel back to the golden age of European civilization.
HOW TO MOVE AROUND
Metro line connects most of the area of Athens
Line 1: Kifissia - Port of Piraeus
Line 2: Anthoupoli - Elliniko
Line 3: Dimotiko Theatro - D. Plakentias (& Airport every 30')
For the Airport you walk to Omonia station and you take the green line to port of Piraeus. You
All the public transports in Athens, require an electronic ticket called AthenaCard
P.S. ALWAYS be careful of your personal belonging while on public transports.
Touristic Police: 117
Landline: +30 210 346 3563
(10:00 - 23:00)
Mobile: +30 698 075 7455
(12:00 - 00:00)
Recommended areas in the city center
Immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere of Monastiraki.
Explore its lively flea market, where you can find unique souvenirs and local crafts. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the historic Monastiraki Square and enjoy a cup of Greek coffee in one of the traditional cafes.
Food: For a taste of traditional Greek cuisine, head to "Ta Karamanlidika tou Fani" located on Ermou Street. They offer a variety of high-quality cured meats, cheeses, and traditional meze dishes. Another great option is ''Dia Tauta Restaurant'' Known for its unique fusion of Greek and Mediterranean flavors
Coffee: Visit "360 Coffee" on Monastiraki square. As you sip on your coffee, take a moment to appreciate the stunning panoramic views that it offers. You can enjoy breathtaking vistas of the city, including iconic landmarks such as the Acropolis and Lycabettus Hill.
How to go there:
Take the metro line 1 (green line) from Omonia Station to Piraeus (final destination) and get off at Monastiraki Station.
Experience the charm of Plaka, the oldest neighborhood in Athens. Wander through its narrow streets lined with neoclassical buildings, boutiques, and traditional tavernas. Take a leisurely walk to Anafiotika, a picturesque area with Cycladic-inspired architecture, and savor authentic Greek cuisine in one of the local taverns.
Food: Indulge in authentic Greek cuisine at ''Palio Tetradio'' Restaurant which is a charming dining establishment nestled in the heart of Plaka. For a cozy dining experience, try "To Kafeneio" on Epicharmou Street, a charming restaurant known for its homemade Greek dishes and warm ambiance.
Coffee: Relax and enjoy a cup of coffee at "Yiasemi" on Mnisikleous Street, a hidden gem tucked away in the narrow streets of Plaka. This cozy café offers a tranquil setting and a wide selection of coffee and herbal teas.
How to go there:
Take the metro line 1 (green line) from Omonia Station to Piraeus (final destination) and get off at Monastiraki Station. From Monastiraki Station, it's a short walk to reach the charming neighborhood of Plaka. Head southeast on Adrianou Street and continue straight until you reach Plaka's narrow streets. The walk takes around 5 minutes
Indulge in the captivating ambiance of Thissio. Enjoy a relaxing stroll along Apostolou Pavlou pedestrian street, with stunning views of the Acropolis. Discover charming cafes and tavernas nestled amidst ancient ruins and experience the vibrant nightlife in this vibrant district.
Food: Visit "Steki tou Ilia" which is a charming restaurant located in the picturesque Thissio neighborhood, offering a delightful dining experience. Known for its traditional Greek cuisine and warm hospitality, Another great option is "Stou Korre" which is a fantastic dining spot located in the vibrant neighborhood of Psirri. This charming restaurant offers a delightful experience with its warm and inviting atmosphere and traditional Greek cuisine.
Coffee: ''Mentor Cafe'' is a charming and cozy coffee shop located in the heart of Thissio, offering a relaxing and inviting atmosphere.
How to go there:
Take the metro line 1 (green line) from Omonia Station to Piraeus and get off at Monastiraki Station. The walking distance from Monastiraki to Thissio is approximately 15 minutes. Head southwest on Adrianou Street and continue onto Apostolou Pavlou Street until you reach Thissio. Alternatively, you can take the metro line 1 (green line) from Monastiraki Station and get off at Thissio Station, which is just one stop away.
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