Athens AirportThe Athens International Airport is the main airport in Greece with over 21 million passengers a year.
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PlakaColloquially known as the “Neighborhood of the Gods” due to its closeness to the Acropolis, Plaka is one of the oldest and liveliest areas of Athens.
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MonastirakiMonastiraki is one of the most interesting neighborhoods in Athens.
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AnafiotikaAnafiotika is a picturesque neighborhood in Athens.
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KolonakiKolonaki is one of the most elegant and stately neighborhoods in central Athens with neoclassical and modernist buildings, restaurants and stores.
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PiraeusAlthough Piraeus is 10km away from the center of Athens, in the region of Attica, it has been considered the port of Athens since Ancient Greece.
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AcropolisThe Acropolis of Athens, meaning “high point city” in ancient Greek is a rocky hill in the city center, home to temples and other important buildings.
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ParthenonLocated on the Acropolis of Athens, the Parthenon is a grandiose temple that has become the symbol of Athens and Greece.
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Ancient AgoraThe Ancient Agora of Athens was the social, political and commercial hub of the city during Ancient Greece.
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Syntagma SquareSituated in the center of Athens, Syntagma Square is not only located in the heart of Greece’s capital, it is also an important historical public area.
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Panathenaic Stadium The Panathenaic Stadium was built in 144 AD.
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Temple of Olympian ZeusAlso called the Olympieion, the Temple of Olympian Zeus was a grandiose temple built between the sixth century BC and second century AD.
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Theatre of DionysusBuilt during the sixth century BC, the Theatre of Dionysus was the largest theatre built at the time.
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Odeon of Herodes AtticusCommissioned by the Roman senator Herodes Atticus, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus is an impressive theatre built in Athens in 161 AD.
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Roman AgoraThe Roman Agora was the ancient public square in Athens raised during the Roman period.
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KerameikosKerameikos, also known as Ceramicus, is an area in Athens which was once famous for the pottery shops and is now home to a large cemetery.
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Hadrian's LibraryHadrian’s Library was once an imposing building founded to house to the vast papyrus collection owned by the Roman emperor Hadrian.
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Acropolis Museum The construction of the New Acropolis Museum was inaugurated in 2009 and has become one of the most visited and most important museums in Athens.
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National Archaeological MuseumThe National Archaeological Museum in Athens is the most-visited archaeological museum in Greece.
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Museum of Cycladic ArtOpened to the public in 1986, the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens houses a collection of art work from Cyclades.
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Benaki MuseumThe Benaki Museum features an extensive collection that demonstrates how the Greek culture has developed from 3000 BC until the early twentieth century.
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Byzantine and Christian Museum Established in 1914, the Byzantine and Christian Museum in Athens is dedicated to the Early Christian, Byzantine and Medieval religious items.
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Numismatic Museum Recognized as one of the most important museums of its style in the world, the Numismatic Museum of Athens has 500,000 objects.
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Museum of Greek Folk Musical InstrumentsThe Museum of Greek Folk Musical Instruments in Athens exposes nearly 1,200 instruments that show the development of Greek music in the past 5,000 years.
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National GalleryEstablished in 1900, the National Gallery in Athens is the most renowned art museum in Greece with over 20,000 works of art.
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Museum of Greek Folk ArtThe Museum of Greek Folk Art is made up of four buildings that explain Greek culture and traditions throughout the centuries.
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Kanellopoulos Museum Inaugurated in 1976, the Kanellopoulos Museum has one of Greece's most important private collections.
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Athens War MuseumInaugurated in 1975, the Athens War Museum preserves Greek military relics, and documents the numerous conflicts the Greek nation took part in.
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National Garden The National Garden of Athens is a large green-space with over 160.
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Lycabettus HillMount Lycabettus is the highest hill in Athens, standing 278 meters (over 900 ft) high.
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Filopappou HillFilopappou Hill, also known as Hill of the Muses, stands to the southeast of the Acropolis.
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DelphiDuring Ancient Greece, Delphi was considered the center of the world.
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OlympiaRenowned for having housed the ancient Olympic Games nearly 3,000 years ago, Olympia is an ancient Greek site worth discovering.
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MeteoraSituated in the center of Greece, Meteora is a large rock home to breathtaking monasteries.
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MycenaeMycenae was one of the most thriving towns of ancient Greece.
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EpidaurusEpidaurus is a small ancient Greek sanctuary on the Argolid Peninsula.
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CorinthCorinth is an ancient town in Peloponnese and is famous worldwide for the Corinth Canal that connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf.
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Monastery of Hosios LoukasHosios Loukas is a breath-taking Byzantine monastery in a picturesque valley full of olive and almond trees near the town of Distomo.
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