The churches from the city of Athens are beautiful historic places, some of them built over ancient Greek temples. Some of them are large and imposing, but most of them are small constructions, crammed between other buildings or… tucked under them! There are many churches to visit in Athens where you can admire Byzantine works of art, but here are my top choices. Make sure you don’t skip seeing them!Continue reading
Close to both the Acropolis area and the Koukaki district, there is Drakou Street. This pedestrian street and its surroundings are the Syngrou-Fix neighborhood of the city of Athens. Or just Fix, as the locals call it. While I do have an excellent museum suggestion to visit in this area, the things to do in Athens in Syngrou-Fix are more about having fun and mingling with the locals.
Thissio is a neighborhood in the city of Athens, located to the west of Monastiraki and the Acropolis. While Monastiraki was raised as the commercial area of the old Greek Capital, Thissio was built to have a certain elegance about it. Considered by the Athenians one of the most beloved destinations within the city to grab a coffee or take a stroll, there are many things to do in Athens while in Thissio!Continue reading
Within walking distance of the Acropolis Area and the Koukaki District, Monastiraki is a place you should add to your list when you visit Athens. Taking a stroll through this animated neighborhood will prove to you that there are so many things to do in Athens. And this can range from visiting historical and commercial sites to indulging in local cuisine and getting lost in thrift markets.
Join me on a tour in Monastiraki to taste the cultural cocktail of the Greek Capital!Continue reading
There are many things to do in Athens, but the most popular one must be to visit the Acropolis. However, this animated city has a lot more to offer, besides its numerous historic landmarks.
Read this post if you want to know what to look for while visiting the Acropolis Hill. Also, learn the best things to do in the Acropolis Area of the city of Athens!Continue reading
The day after going up on Lycabettus Hill, it rained a lot so we spent the a lot of time in the apartment. In addition, my father wasn’t feeling so well, therefore when we finally did go out, it was just me and Mathieu. The two of us spent a lazy afternoon in Athens, and stumbled upon interesting things.Continue reading
After our visit to Piraeus, we spent the remaining days in the heart of the Greek Capital. And, to take a better look at all the incredible places to visit in Athens, we went up on Lycabettus Hill, the highest point of the city. Therefore, when you’re wondering what to do in Athens, go up here. You’ll soon get some inspiration on what to visit next!
Together with the Acropolis and Philopappos Hill, Lycabettus Hill is a great place to view the entire city of Athens. In one gaze, you can see from the center of Athens all the way to the coast, in Piraeus.Continue reading