Most visitors will find that the best ways to get around in Athens Greece are by walking and taking the metro or a taxi. This ultimate guide on getting around Athens includes walking, all public transportation options, taxis, tour buses, private vehicles, and more!
The Temple of Poseidon at Sounion is an easy half-day trip from Athens. Here’s everything you need to know about planning a Cape Sounion sunset tour in 2023-2024.
If you are spending May Day in Athens, you will find that many businesses will be closed. Here are a few ideas on what to do on May 1st, or Labour Day, in Athens Greece.
Syntagma Square is the most central area in Athens Greece. Here is everything you need to know about Syntagma Square, including its recent history and all its main attractions.
Mount Lycabettus is a popular viewing point in Athens Greece. But did you know its connection with Goddess Athena, or that there’s a hidden military shelter somewhere up there? Read on to find out more about Lycabettus Hill in Athens.
Areopagus, also known as Mars Hill, is a rocky outcrop close to the Acropolis Hill in Athens, Greece. Here is some information about this ancient landmark.
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!
The Museum of Illusions in Athens Greece is a fun place for everyone. Here’s what I thought when I visited with my teenage nephews!