Top 10 sights in Athens
The 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.
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.
During Ancient Greece, Delphi was considered the center of the world. Nowadays, it is one of the most important ancient sanctuaries in Greece.
Colloquially 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.
Located on the Acropolis of Athens, the Parthenon is a grandiose temple that has become the symbol of Athens and Greece.
The Ancient Agora of Athens was the social, political and commercial hub of the city during Ancient Greece. This
The National Archaeological Museum in Athens is the most-visited archaeological museum in Greece. It houses items from prehistory to late antiquity.
Monastiraki is one of the most interesting neighborhoods in Athens. Monastiraki means little monastery, as a monastery once stood in the main square.
Situated in the center of Greece, Meteora is a large rock home to breathtaking monasteries. It is one of the most special places in Greece.
The Panathenaic Stadium was built in 144 AD. In the 19th century, it was dug up and restored. It hosted the first contemporary Olympics in 1896.