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Les millors recomanacions dels residents

Descobreix què fa que la ciutat sigui única, des de visites a llocs emblemàtics fins a racons amagats, amb l'ajuda dels habitants que més bé la coneixen.
Parc
“Only 13 min (1.1 km) buy foot. Pedion Areos is a large park . You can run walk or have a pik nik in a real beautiful place . A green oasis in the athens hurt”
  • 62 residents recomanen
Plaza
“Syntagma Square (Greek: Πλατεία Συντάγματος, pronounced [plaˈtia sinˈdaɣmatos], "Constitution Square") is the central square of Athens.”
  • 48 residents recomanen
History Museum
“Byzantine history buffs will be overwhelmed by the vast collection, focusing on the Byzantine and post-Byzantine periods from the 3rd to the 21st Centuries AD. The Byzantine Museum houses more than 25,000 objects from several former provinces of Byzantium including Serbia, Bulgaria, Thessaloniki, Mystras and Crete. Located near the upmarket area of Kolonaki, the main museum building resembles a Tuscan villa set in a beautiful enclosed courtyard away from the busy main road of Vasilissis Sofias. It’s a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and you can easily picture yourself sitting in the nearby coffee shop with a good book. The building was built in 1948 in the Tuscan Renaissance style and is an architectural rarity in Athens.”
  • 52 residents recomanen
Espai de l'event
“The Zappeion Mansion, or simply Zappeion, is one of the most important buildings in Athens. It is located south of the National Garden and the old Palace and West of the Panathenaic Stadium. Today it operates as a conference and exhibition center.In the garden works a great all day coffee - restaurant, the famous AIGLEE.”
  • 22 residents recomanen
Monument / lloc d'interès
“Located next to the National Gardens, the Zappeion Mansion, or simply, ‘Zappeion’, as it is called by the locals, is one of the most impressive and important historical buildings in Athens. As early as 1859, the Greek government had been contemplating renovating the structure, using plans drawn up by Theophile Hansen and his French counterpart Boulanger. Although well funded by Evangelos Zappas, the project never quite got off the ground. Eventually, Hansen became involved and the project was finally approved. Its official inauguration took place in 1888. Ever since, the Zappeion has become a symbol of modern Athens. It has been home to a variety of functions, including exhibitions, official ceremonies, parts of the first modern Olympic Games in 1896, and Hellenic Radio in 1936. Today it serves as a press centre for political parties during elections.”
  • 32 residents recomanen
History Museum
“The well-organised museum was founded with the purpose of housing the Goulandris private collection of Cycladic Art. It is one of the leading museums in Athens.”
  • 49 residents recomanen
Cafès
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“Gazi is at 10-15 min, walking from home and is a nice area to walk and have fun.”
  • 55 residents recomanen
Landmark
“Map of temple of hephaestus DescriptionThe Temple of Hephaestus or Hephaisteion or earlier as the Theseion, is a well-preserved Greek temple; it remains standing largely as built. It is a Doric peripteral temple, and is located at the north-west side of the Agora of Athens, on top of the Agoraios Kolonos hill.”
  • 36 residents recomanen
Lloc històric
“Kerameikos is a very vivid area of Athens at 5 min. walk from home with lots of bars, coffee shops, restaurants etc”
  • 62 residents recomanen
Lloc històric
“The Acropolis of Athens and its monuments are universal symbols of the classical spirit and civilization and form the greatest architectural and artistic complex bequeathed by Greek Antiquity to the world.”
  • 52 residents recomanen
Cafès
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“Next to Monastiraki station, an amazing place with Acropolis views. You can have brunch or afternoon drinks.”
  • 47 residents recomanen
Restaurant de tapes
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“Ama Laxei on Kallidromiou is also a local favourite. With an outdoor courtyard that is always packed in the summer, as well as a vibrant indoor space, this historic spot is an essential Exarchia bucket list. Serving up a range of traditional Greek cuisine, the menu is a flawless mix of delicious meze and succulent meat plates. If you’re in a big group make sure to book in advance.”
  • 77 residents recomanen
Bar
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“You could taste special cocktail, delicious food and don't forget the best dessert... All this with a great view to Acropoli”
  • 55 residents recomanen
Barri
“The hill, also called Lykabettus, can alternatively also be climbed on foot or by car. Cars can't reach the top, so you'll still have some walking to do before you reach the peak of the hill at a height of 277 meters (over 900 ft). Despite its prominence very little is known about the history of the hill, and ancient Greek writers rarely mentioned Lykavittos as life centered around the Acropolis and Philopappos. According to Greek mythology, Athena - the patron deity of Athens - dropped the rock here by accident when she was creating the Acropolis. The top of the hill used to be barren, until trees were planted here at the turn of the twentieth century. St. George Chapel, Lykavittos St. George Chapel The origin of the name of the hill is unclear. According to legend Lykavittos was inhabited by wolves, and its name might mean 'Mountain of Wolves'. St. George Chapel Perched on top of Lykavittos sits the whitewashed chapel of Georgios, a landmark building that is visible from afar. The orthodox chapel, dedicated to St. George, was built here in the nineteenth century and replaced an older Byzantine church dedicated to the prophet Elias. Northeast of the chapel, Lykavittos Theater Lykavittos Theater near the car park, is the Lykavittos Theater, a large open air theater with a seating capacity of four thousand. During summer months theater performances as well as concerts are held here. The View From an observation platform near the St. George Chapel, visitors have a great view over Athens. The view reaches as far as Piraeus and the Saronic Gulf, provided the sky is clear. Some of the landmarks that are clearly visible from here include the Acropolis, the Temple of Zeus, the Panathenaic Stadium and the Parliament Building. There's a restaurant and a café Acropolis seen from Lykavittos Hill Acropolis seen from Lykavittos at the top, so you can enjoy the view while taking a break. The view is also quite spectacular at night, when the Acropolis and many other major sights in Athens are illuminated. Funicular The easiest way to reach the top of the Lykavittos is by Funicular, which departs approximately every thirty minutes at Aristippou and Ploutarchou streets. ”
  • 53 residents recomanen
Cocteleria
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“Everytime I come here I feel like being a character from an old book about Athens, mysteries and secret love affairs.”
  • 61 residents recomanen
Landmark
“The Roman Agora (in the Plaka area) was an architectural complex, built between 19 and 11 B.C., consisting of a large rectangular court surrounded by colonnades (stoas). Behind the stoas were various shops.”
  • 31 residents recomanen