Either you want to exercise and running is too much for the summer heat or you want to explore the historical city up close and personal, an Athens walk is definitely due during your stay in the Greek capital. Follow our lead and explore the most beautiful and fascinating corners of the city as we present to you the top walking routes in Athens.
Situated just 280 meters away from the Parthenon, the Acropolis Museum is a must-see attraction for anyone that steps foot in Athens. Making its grand opening to the public on the 20th of June 2009, visitors experienced for the first time 14,000 square meters of Acropolis History with almost 4,000 exhibits masterfully composing the permanent exhibition.
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.
Are you done with all the sites and museums around Athens and you're seeking for something different? Are you perhaps looking for places that are way off the beaten path? Here are some hidden gems of Athens, so secret that most of the Athenians don't even know about them. Discover scenic waterfalls, gothic towers, and secret gardens by following us on this trip introducing you to the alternative side of the city!
For some people, visiting Athens during summertime is a great opportunity to wander around the city with clear blue skies and admire its monuments under the bright Attican sun. Having in mind though, that July and August are typically the hottest months of the year, summer in the city can prove to be more challenging than expected. Hence, we provide you with the advice of locals in order to survive the summer heat like a true Athenian!
Do you plan on visiting Athens with only one day to see as many attractions and points of interest as possible? Check out the following one-day Athens survival guide and get to explore the city like a local!
The neighborhood of Koukaki borders with Athens' picturesque old town and lies in between the Acropolis and Syngrou Fix metro stations. It may not be as quaint as Plaka, but Koukaki offers an alternative vibe that makes it utterly charming, while it has immediate access to the Acropolis.