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    Dionysiou Areopagitou Street, Athens 105 58 Greece
    114 reviews

    What could anyone say about Acropolis? One of the most popular sights in the world with a glorious history of more than 2100 years. Your visit here will be an once-a-lifetime experience, for sure! Don't miss the chance to take a tour in the Acropolis with a guide in order to learn more of the endless stories of the monument. ...

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    Athens 11742, Greece
    99 reviews

    Amazing to stand next to something so old and with so much history. It is being restored right now so there are cranes in the way, but still cool to see.

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  • 3

    New Acropolis Museum

    Διονυσίου Αρεοπαγίτου 15, Athens 11742, Greece
    36 reviews

    Acropolis deserves to have such a unique museum and finally it got it! The New Acropolis Museum is an impressive building itself but the most important is that you'll have the chance to navigate through ages of the Ancient Greek History, see with your own eyes everything you used to learn at school and feel the vibe of Ancient Athens ...

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  • 4

    Temple of Olympian Zeus

    En bas d'Amalias, à l'angle d'Olgas, Athens, Greece
    36 reviews

    The Temple of Zeus is a beautiful place, though there's not much to see. The view up to the Acropolis is quite nice, given you'll probably be headed up there at some point during your trip. Looking back down upon the Olympieion gives a nice "Hey, I was just there!" perspective.

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    Panathenaic Stadium

    Vassileos Konstantinou Avenue, Athens 116 35 Greece
    32 reviews

    The first Olympic stadiu, ever built, and probable the only one made entirely of marble. Amazing!

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  • 6


    Fira, Greece
    25 reviews

    If you havnt been there, you can use one day trip to Santorini. Of course is not enough to see this unique island, but at least to feel the spirit for a while :))

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  • 7

    Odeon of Herodes Atticus

    Athens 10558, Greece
    24 reviews

    Seeing a play or concert here is definitely a lifetime experience. It's amazing enough to see the theater from above at the Acropolis, but taking a seat transports you back to another time. I liked sitting at the top of the back - to see the audience, and the view of Athens beyond. Beware, they don't like photography one the ...

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  • 8

    Mount Lycabettus

    Mount Lycabettus, Athens, Greece
    22 reviews

    If you are looking for a breathtaking panoramic view of Athens, then you should visit Mount Lycabettus and especially reach its peak. The view to the city is unique and there you'll have the chance to have a coffee or a soda to relax and enjoy the view. You can use a car to reach the Mount but if you ...

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  • 9

    Ancient Agora

    Adrianou St, Athens 105 55 Greece
    26 reviews

    Nice to walk around after you have seen the Acropolis. There is a cute little church and a few other ruins to check out, it's part of the Acropolis ticket, so it's worth seeing it.

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  • 10

    Parliament Building

    Λεωφόρος Βασιλίσσης Σοφίας 2, Athens, Greece
    34 reviews

    If you have been watching the news you can see that the protests are usually done in this area. It is the center of the political strife that is going on recently in Greece. They also have the neat guards with the unusual uniforms. You can take your picture with the guard at the little hut. My wife looked like ...

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  • 11

    National Archaeological Museum

    44 Patission Street (aka 28 October), Athens 10682 Greece
    22 reviews

    Even thought it has one of the most interesting collections in Greece, it's located in a quite strange and dangerous area. It really worths a visit but try being careful or just take a taxi to reach the place and everything will be great!!

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  • 12

    Temple of Hephaestus

    Ermou Street, Hill of Agoraios Kolonos, Athens, 10563, Greece
    21 reviews

    The only Ancient Greek temple that still has a roof. Students can get in for free. Beautiful park to walk around too, it's a very nice place to go.

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  • 13

    Little Venice

    19 reviews

    From what I was told, the buildings were placed close together so that the people inside could evade invaders by jumping across roofs. Or perhaps it was the other way around. Regardless, Little Venice in Mykonos is a romantic, idyllic, sunny, pristine, additional pretty adjective place. The buildings are particularly stunning, especially the row of colorful houses jutting out into ...

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  • 14

    Medieval City of Rhodes

    Rhodes, IA 50234
    18 reviews


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  • 15

    Old Town of Corfu

    17 reviews

    Check out the jewelry stores and be amazed at the artful original works to be purchased at very fair prices. Also look for old Greek designs (such as historical coin replicas) and replicas of famous pieces. Shopkeepers are friendly, talkative, and interesting to visit with if you stop by on a low day when they have time to talk.

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  • 16

    Monastiraki Flea Market

    Ηφαιστου, Athens, Greece
    21 reviews

    the marked was great really great bargains and lots of stuff

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  • 17

    White Tower

    Leoforos Nikis 71, Thessalonika 54622, Greece
    18 reviews

    The White Tower is an icon in Thessaloniki, you really can't visit the very without seeing it. Great place to see the history of the city, and also an amazing lookout.

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  • 18

    Syntagma Square

    Athens 10563, Greece
    22 reviews

    Athens is most exciting when the people are out, and the people definitely come out to Syntagma Square during the Changing of the Guard. Soldiers, also known as Evzones, stand in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. They then march down the main street in a ceremonial fashion. It's a sight to see!

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  • 19

    Minoan Palace of Knossos

    17 reviews

    Take your time, follow the tour and take lots of pics... The Palace is quite a rabbit warren of paths and tunnels. The history behind the palace is quite interesting. If you have an interest in history and love a great story... this is where you want to go to see it in the real. As a fan of ancient ...

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  • 20

    Navagio Beach

    Zakynthos, Greece
    14 reviews

    It is just as simple as A MUST SEE place. Breathtaking!

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