What to do – What to see

Emerging Neighborhoods: Kerameikos & Metaxourgeio

Between Ermou, Pireos and Asomaton Streets, you will come across the archaeological site of Kerameikos. During the ancient times, the area was originally a settlement of potters and vase painters due to the rich clay deposits of Eridanus River. However, those parts located near the riverbank suffered from the constant overflowing of the river. This rendered …

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3 Famous & 1 Unknown Museums of Athens

An exciting walk through the cradle of art and history and a contemporary European metropolis, includes visits to some of the most significant museums of Athens. Fascinating parts of Greek history and culture hosting exhibitions of extraordinary beauty awaiting to be discovered. Check out some museums you should definitely visit, when in Athens.  National Archaeological …

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Around Acropolis

The Acropolis is hard to escape as it becomes visible from almost everywhere in the city, but Athens is actually a collage of lively, inspiring, unique neighborhoods to discover and explore. Beneath the sacred rock and around the Acropolis Museum, stretches the longest pedestrian street Dionysiou Areopagitou that defines the upscale area of Makrigianni. This is …

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