The Athens Marathon is unlike any other race in the world. Every November, thousands of athletes follow the route from Marathon town all the way into central Athens. Here is how to participate and what to expect if you are in Athens!
The Ancient Agora of Athens was one of ancient Greece’s most significant public spaces. Today, it’s a popular tourist attraction. Here is everything you need to know before your visit!
You can travel from Athens airport to the Acropolis by taking the metro, a bus, a taxi, or a pre-booked transfer. Here are all details that you need to get to the Acropolis from Athens Airport, and how to choose which way is the best for you.
Hi! I’m an Athenian, and I’ve written this itinerary for 2 days in Athens which is perfect for first-time visitors. It includes which attractions to see in Athens, where to stay and eat, and what else there is to do while visiting our ancient yet modern city!
I had been meaning to visit the Museum of Illusions in Athens Greece since it first opened. For one reason or another, I only managed to visit in summer 2020. Here’s what I thought!
New, very important measures have been signed off in Athens. In an effort to increase vital physical space for pedestrians, vehicle movement has been banned in certain areas of central Athens.
For most Athenians, one of the best things to do on Sunday in Athens is to go for a coffee. While this is a great way of spending your Sunday in Athens, there are tons of other things to do. Read on for a few ideas!
Plaka is a popular neighbourhood in Athens. It is known for its vibe, the neoclassical houses, the quaint cafes and tavernas and the souvenir shops. Few people realize that Plaka is also home to over a dozen museums!
Anafiotika is a tiny neighbourhood in the Greek capital, often described as “a Greek island in the heart of Athens”. Surely it can’t be true? Here’s a little information about one of the most picturesque areas in Athens.
Ask any person who has visited Athens in Greece, and they are likely to mention one area – Plaka. This small neighborhood is full of boutique hotels, tavernas and souvenir shops. But that’s not all! Here’s why Plaka in Athens is so unique.