Monastiraki Flea Market
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This is the place where local and tourist meet. You can find all your heart's desire while walking through the flea market situated around Monasteraki metro station.
Flee market for quirky finds from souvenirs to furniture, food & army surplus.
Shopping in Athens is a favorite pastime for tourists and Athenians and one of the best places to buy just about anything is the Flea Market at Monastiraki.
Monastiraki is full of shops and restaurants of every kind. Always busy with lots of people. Ideal place for tourists.
Located just off of Monastiraki Square, at the metro's exit, this flea market is a staple of the Athenian shopping scene. It's especially popular for antique collectors, but you can also find trinkets like colorful beads and souvenirs, the ubiquitous Greek leather sandals, international clothing…
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