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  • 1

    Syntagma Square

    22 reviews

    the centre of athens, perfect spot for starting your day in one of the cafes or commute to the athens sightseeings.

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  • 2

    Super Paradise

    3 reviews

    There is Paradise Beach and then there is SUPER PARADISE! The Euro Jet-Set crowd has long known about this area. Gone are the days of this being just a beautiful beach. Today with access by water taxi or private yacht, this is the premier *anything goes* each on the island. If you are offended by nudity/partial nudity this might not ...

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  • 3

    Mount Lycabettus

    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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  • 4

    Elia Beach

    2 reviews

    Nice sandy beach. Famous gay beach.

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  • 5

    45 Mires

    2 reviews

    45 mires is a unique bar in a terrace having view of the Acropolis, the well-known landmark of Athens. Actually, the nightlife is vibrant with music and dance.

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    Booze Cooperativa

    7 reviews

    An underground, famous cafe/bar in the heart of Athens-it offers you the opportunity to play chess and other games. What is more, its large tables offer you the opportunity to sit next to other habitues and make new contacts. However, the coffee-time comes to and end too early, so you need to buy alcohol from some time in the evening. ...

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    100 reviews

    Nothing could prepare me for the impact of this historic and grand site! No picture or story can do it justice. As you climb the stairs to the top of the hill, you are struck with the size of the buildings, the view from this site, and the impressive stature of the acropolis of ancient Greece. What a mighty civilization!

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  • 9

    The Throne Room

    3 reviews

    The throne room in the ancient ruins of Knossos in Heraklion, Crete. This throne room belonged to the ancient Minoan civilization that ruled Crete from the 27th century BC to the 15th century BC. The historian Will Durant has referred to the Minoans as the "first link in the European chain."

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  • 10


    115 reviews

    I don't think I have to introduce you to this masterpiece of the western civilization..?!

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  • 11

    New Acropolis Museum

    36 reviews

    The museum housed remains and frieze sculptures from the Parthenon as well as artefacts from the other buildings on the Acropolis such as the Erechtheion, the Temple of Athena Nike and the Propylaea. The modern glass building located at the foot of the Acropolis is divided into three levels with panoramic views of the ancient site. Looking at gigantic marble ...

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  • 12

    Temple of Olympian Zeus

    36 reviews

    This was the biggest temple in ancient Greece. It was huge!

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  • 13

    Panathenaic Stadium

    32 reviews

    I have been lucky enough to experience both sporting events and concerts at this venue. It is of course the birthplace of the Olympic Games. Most recently I got to experience the ending of the Athens Marathon. It was meaningful and really beautiful and most importantly a source of National Pride.

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  • 14


    25 reviews

    breathtaking ,,romantic place for couples just couldnt stop saying waaaaw to the view of the meadetarian sea ,,sunset is amust to see ,,just a perfect islands actually one of the amazing islans in the whole world

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    Odeon of Herodes Atticus

    25 reviews

    There's nothing quite like a performance in this ancient theater. If there is one while you are in Athens - get tickets and go!

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  • 16

    Ancient Agora

    26 reviews

    You can't visit Plaka and the Acropolis without also seeing the Agora! It is the heart of the city, the reason to fall in love with Athens and my favorite place to be.

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    Parliament Building

    34 reviews

    I got to see the guards doing a routine in front of the tomb of the unknown soldier. Very interesting and cool to watch.

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  • 18

    National Archaeological Museum

    22 reviews

    Probably the best Museum of Greece, the National Archaeological Museum hosts great exhibits from all over the ancient world. It is located about 10 minutes away from "the Blue House" (by taxi, car or bus).

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    Temple of Hephaestus

    22 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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  • 20

    Little Venice

    19 reviews

    Little Venice probably appears in some of the most famous shots of Mykonos. It is gorgeous, especially at sunset. The evening waves turn golden and gently kiss the bank, splashing water on people who sit along the edge. There are tons of restaurants and bars at Little Venice and they all have lovely outdoor seating areas. Since it is the ...

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