Its time for you to emerge yourself into the world of the Acropolis Museum; the archaeological museum in the center of Athens that houses the findings of the archaeological site of the Acropolis of Athens while being located on the archaeological site of Makrigianni, a remnant of the Roman and Early of Byzantine Athens.
You’ve reached Greece, the destination you’ve been dreaming about for months and you’re eager to see the best of what the historical city of Athens has to show its visitors. Here, we have narrowed down our top 10 favorite sights of Athens for you to enjoy and get a representative taste of the essence of Greece.
Celebrate the glory days of bachelorhood, bid your single life goodbye, and get ready to embark on a life-long journey of companionship with your significant other, with a bang! After all, it’s an end of an era and should be treated as such.
Greece is known to be a culinary heaven and we are here to prove our reputation true. As self-acclaimed, die-hard foodies ourselves, let us guide you through Athens’ street food scene, introducing you to all the Greek flavors you’ll be thanking us for trying.
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Athens is considered one of the most vibrant cities across Europe when it comes to nightlife. Are you looking for a cozy, speakeasy place where you can drink cocktails made by awarded bartenders? Or maybe a fancy garden with fine wine selections and some finger food? You name it, Athens ‘s got it. But what about some non-touristy and super-crowded alternatives? Our city has a lot more than meets the eye.
Koukaki neighborhood borders Athens picturesque old town and lies in between Acropolis and Syngrou Fix metro stations. It may not be as quaint as Plaka but Koukaki has a serious alternative vibe that makes it utterly charming. The Koukaki area has immediate access to the Acropolis.
The oldest house in Athens tells a story of the life of Athenian aristocrats before the Greek revolution and paints a picture of their traditions and habits. That being said, there is another story that this old house tells: one of great humanity and faith. It is a story of a Greek woman who faced all the possible challenges but was determined to fight for what she believed in and protect the vulnerable who had no means of defending themselves.