Collected by Elizabeth Georgian
Tsocha 37, Athina 115 21, Greece
In North Athens, Sweet Alchemy, designed by Kois Associated Architects for celebrity chef Stelios Parliaros, offers magical delicacies in a beautiful presentation. The sugary treats are arranged like ingredients for potions inside this...
Athens 106 81, Greece
The Exarcheia District in Athens is home to artists and cool, small businesses such as music and book stores, art galleries and even a pop-up basement Comme des Garçon shop. The district was once a hotbed of Greek anarchist activity and is also an...
Pl. Dexamenis, Athina 106 73, Greece
“Laiki Agora” translates to “People’s Market,” and Athen’s laikes are very similar to American farmers' markets. Shop for fresh fruits and vegetables harvested locally, along with meats, olive oils, spices, yogurt, honey, wine…the list goes on. ...
Ermou, Athina 125, Greece
The location of the Kerameikos graveyard is fairly off the beaten path, and there's basically no signs or anything to tell you how to get there. There's also very little information about this site in most guidebooks or maps. Having said all of...
Mitropoleos 69, Athina 105 55, Greece
have a gyro in monastiraki sq -- can you resist a sandwich with french fries inside? perfect as a pitstop while you're out on the town. open til 2 am, about 2 euros will get you this delicious treat. ask for it spicy if you like, but know that you...
28is Oktovriou 44, Athina 106 82, Greece
Vast and glorious, this is the largest archeological museum in Greece and considered one of the most important institutions for antiquity anywhere. Inside its collonaded neoclassical building are collections dating to prehistoric times and...
Leof. Vasileos Alexandrou 2, Athina 161 21, Greece
If you want to go shopping with the locals there is really only one way to do it, the laiki agora. The laiki agora, or just laiki as most people call it, translates to the people's market. In the olden days this was a weekly market where all of...
Athens 105 55, Greece
Hadrian's library is one. Of the easiest sites to find in Athens, and a great way to slow down the pace of a frantic day of touring around the city. Only 20 meters from Monastiraki square in the heart of the old neighborhood. To the untrained eye...
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