Athens is an all-seasons destination and has a wide variety of alternatives to offer you no matter whether you will visit it in summer or winter. The high-class hotels, the trendy restaurants and cozy cafes, the imposing monuments, the intense nightlife and the smooth climate make Athens an ideal destination for a winter city break.read more
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Athens is a magnificent, romantic destination. Explore our suggestions for romantic vacations and enjoy a unique Athens honeymoon experience.read more
Monastiraki means the small Monastery and it took its name from the old Monastery of Panayia Pantanassa of the area. Monastiraki is well known around Greece for its flea market Pazari (Bazaar) that happens mainly in Sundays. The Pazari of Monastiraki is also known with the Turkish word Yusurum.read more
Kolonaki was named after a small column that was found at Filikis Eterias, it’s main square and the centre of life in the area. The so-called aristocratic neighbourhood of Athens, Kolonaki is the home in the centre of many businessmen, politicians, designers, artists and famous greek celebrities.read more
The district of Thisio is next to Monastiraki, under Acropolis. A stone paved traditional road (Dionysiu Aeropayitu Str.) will lead you to the entrance of Acropolis.read more
A not-touristic-at-all neighborhood, just one stop away from the city center, Petralona one of the up and coming residential areas of Athens is a great option to witness everyday life of the Athenians. The area is divided by the subway line to two parts.read more
Psiri area, on the west side of Ermou street, across Monastiraki & Thisio, can only be compared to a rough diamond, since it looks a bit worn out on the outside, but hides gems that only the locals know of.read more