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!
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!
A local’s guide to Anafiotika in Athens Greece. Discover a hidden neighborhood under the Acropolis that will blow your mind away!
Plaka is one of the most famous areas in Athens. The small neighborhood is full of cafes, tavernas, souvenir shops and boutique hotels. But that’s not all! Here’s why Plaka Athens is so unique.
If you have just arrived at the Athens airport, you may be a little overwhelmed with all the different means of transportation. This guide on how to take the Athens airport bus is here to help.
People who like ancient monuments should definitely visit the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens. This massive stadium is one of the most important attractions in Athens. It’s used for various events, and is also open to visitors.
Visitors flying into Athens, will need to get from the Athens international airport to the city. Here is how to take the Athens airport metro to central Athens, the port of Piraeus, or any other area in the Greek capital.