Attractions in Athens

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Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center

The greatest cultural jewel of Athens is located 4.5 km. from the city centre, at Delta of Faliro in Palaio Faliro. Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural...

Kolonaki

Benaki Museum

The centrepiece of the Benaki Museum, it aims to present the historical and cultural development of Hellenism within its geographical and evolutionary...

Acropolis

Parthenon

The grand and remarkably impressive Parthenon stands on top of Acropolis hill. The temple of the Parthenon, built in honor of the goddess Athena in mid 5th...

Acropolis

Acropolis

The Sacred Rock of the Acropolis is without doubt one of the most significant and most impressive sights in Greece. A UNESCO world heritage site, it stands...

Acropolis

Acropolis Museum

At the New Acropolis Museum, you will discover the treasures that were found in the archeological site but you will also admire an impressive building of...

Gazi

Technopolis City of Athens

Technopolis City of Athens, in the heart of Athens, more specifically in Gazi district, is a lively multi-use cultural venue. The main goal of its creation...

Monastiraki

Hadrian's Library

Hadrian's Library, northwest of Acropolis, is one of the places in the Ancient Agora of Athens that is definitely worth a visit as it attracts the interest...

Gazi

Industrial Gas Museum

The Industrial Gas Museum, the first industrial museum in Athens, is an addition to the assembly of museums found in the Greek metropolis, and it reveals one...

Exarchia

National Archaeological Museum

The National Archaeological Museum, the largest museum in Greece and one of the most important worldwide, is housed in a magnificent 9,500 sq.m. building on...

Neos Kosmos

Onassis Cultural Centre

The Onassis Cultural Centre is one of the most interesting and modern multi-purpose cultural venue in the country.

Kifissia

OTE Telecommunications Museum

Greece, since ancient times, due to its geographical location, has been a crossroad of civilisations, the most important communication hub between three...

School Life and Education Museum

Housed in a beautiful neoclassical, listed building of 1850, the School Life and Education Museum of the National Research and Rescue of School Material...

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Benaki Museum- Pireos Street Cultural Centre

The multi-dynamic Pireos Street Cultural Centre is an industrial building of the 1960’s transformed into a modern museum space, which includes a central...

Viktoria

Hellenic Motor Museum

The Hellenic Motor Museum is housed in the modern and of industrial architectural design Capitol Mall in downtown Athens and welcomes young and old lovers of...

Acropolis

Erechtheion

According to Greek mythology, this temple was named after King Erechtheus who once resided there. The legend also states that it was at this point that the...

Acropolis

Odeon of Herodes Atticus

Odeon of Herodes Atticus or Herodion, the main venue of the Athens Festival hosting top artists and unique performances, is accessible via Dionysiou...

Thiseio

Ancient Agora of Athens

The Ancient Agora located to the south-west of the Acropolis, was the heart of the public life of the Athenians during antiquity. It was the centre of the...

Acropolis

Dionysiou Areopagitou Pedestrian Street

The pedestrianised Dionysiou Areopagitou Street is the longest walkway in Athens and will seamlessly integrate you into a living open-air museum.

Acropolis

Theatre of Dionysus

The Theatre of Dionysus was a major open-air theatre in Greece; it is located at the outskirts of the Acropolis and centuries ago the plays of attic drama...

Rest of Centre

Kapnikarea

The church of Panagia Kapnikarea is located in the middle of the bustling Ermou Street in the commercial center of Athens. Built on the ruins of an ancient...

Kerameikos

Kerameikos Archaeological Site

Located between Pireos, Ermou and Asomaton streets, the Kerameikos archaeological site is a small section of the ancient Kerameon municipality, one of the...

Kerameikos

Kerameikos Archaeological Museum

The Kerameikos Archaeological Museum is within Kerameikos archaeological site (near Monastiraki metro station and Thissio train station). It is considered to...

Syntagma

Syntagma Square

It is considered to be the center of the city (all regions in Greece are measured from this point) and is one of the busiest areas in Athens.

Plaka

Plaka & Monastiraki

Plaka and Monastiraki are located in the heart of the city and take you on a journey of the past using the engaging features of today.

Psiri

Psiri

Psiri is one of the most historical and picturesque in the city, as well as a tourists’ favourite.

Syntagma

Hellenic Parliament

On the central square of Athens, Syntagma Square, the building of the Hellenic Parliament with the characteristic “evzones” and the Tomb of the Unknown...

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National Garden – Zappeion

The National Garden, a green refuge in the centre of Athens, along with Zappeion Mansion constitute a cool green walk through history.