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Kolonaki

Kolonaki

Kolonaki, which stretches between Vas. Sofias avenue and Lycabettus hill, is a wealthy and upmarket district. It is one of the capital’s leading and informed shopping areas, from dressing and decoration to food and fun. It includes a number of high-end boutiques from young adult […]

Exarcheia

Exarcheia

Exarcheia is the name of a neighborhood in downtown Athens,  close to the historical building of the National Technical University of Athens.  It took the name from a merchant named Exarchos who opened a large general store in Themistokleous street. Exarcheia is bordered on the […]

Koukaki

Koukaki

koukaki district is on the southeast side of the Filopappus Hill in Athens. It borders with the regions of Petralona, Neos Kosmos and the Acropolis and is crossed by Syggrou Avenue. Koukaki is a densely populated area, already congested by the 1960s and 1970s, but […]

Monastiraki and Thission

Monastiraki and Thission

Monastiraki is an Athenian district around of Monastiraki Square, close to the districts of Psiri, Plaka and Thission. Its name is derived from the old church located on the square, at the intersection of Athenas streets and Ermou. It is a central and very lively square […]

Psiri

Psiri

The special charm of Psiri neighborhood, which is sourrounded by roads Athenas, Ermou, Piraeus and Evripidou, is making a long journey through history and was one of the eight neighborhoods institutionalized the Turkish occupied Athens. Despite this first report, the roots of its history goes […]

Syntagma square and around

Syntagma square and around

Syntagma square is the most central  square of Athens. Syntagma means constitution and took its name from  the Constitution that the first King of Greece Otto was obliged to grant, after an uprising on 3 September 1843. In front of Syntagma square is located the Greek […]

Akropoli, Plaka and Anafiotika

Akropoli, Plaka and Anafiotika

Maybe the most famous neighborhood of Athens! Lies in the shadow of the Acropolis hill, one of the most oldest neighborhoods of Europe and is synonimus to the glorious, ancient ruins, the development of arts, the establishment of democracy, the Byzantine churches and the restored neoclassical building […]


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