Day

May 15, 2016
Saronikos gulf is one of the most important seas in Greece. First of all it is the sea where not only Classical Athens but also Corinth established their kingdoms- or democracies …. And history does not stop here. Elefsis, Aigina, Salamis and modern Hydra, Spetses, Poros are located in Saronikos. Saronikos is famous for those...
Most of the people just pass by Plaka’s streets, buildings and monuments, get astonished by the area history and do not try to get into the city’s vibes, like really experiencing a Greek coffee. Even that Plaka is famous for food and tavernas mostly, cafe is an experience indeed.¬†
Next to Plaka art walking area, Areopagitou pedestrian street is one of the oldest streets of Athens. Before it becomes a pedestrian street, it was a roadway. Today it connects Thisseio metro station (via Apostolou Pavlou Str.) with Acropolis metro and of course Plaka. The project of uniting the ancient roads of Athens, was a vision...
Welcome to Monastiraki square Monastiraki. Named after Pantanassa– the church of 11th century that is still there, one of the hotspots of Athens. Today every newbie in Athens gets his first step there, at the paved square. Also, the view from A-for-Athens terrace is another famous spot of the city. So, what else you can...
Well, which is the best period to visit Athens? Actually Athens is an all-year-l destination, the weather is fine always except rare occasions during the winter! Bad weather conditions for Athens and Greece of course cannot be compared with what happens in the rest of the world, it’s much more mild. Athens at Summer You...
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