Τaxiplon and its partners expert services, give you the chance to have a great tour around the most important sites in Athens, creating 4-hour, 6-hour and 8-hour trips for you, depending on the destinations you choose and the time you have at your disposal. You can start off with the required walk around the Acropolis, the worldwide symbol of Athens and wander around the archaeological site; visit the Odeon of Herod the Atticus, the renowned Roman odeon (160 AD), which hosts some of the most important performances of the Athens Festival every summer; Philopappou Hill and Pnyx, where the citizens’ assembly used to be held in ancient times and visit the unique Acropolis Museum. You can also visit Plaka, the oldest district in modern Athens, built right below the Acropolis, with narrow stone-paved alleys, tourist shops and traditional taverns. There you will see other monuments and sites such as the Lantern of Diogenes, the mosque, the Roman Agora and the Turkish baths, the Bathhouse of the Winds and the Andrianos Library. Another picturesque area you can visit is Monastiraki, with its renowned flea market in Ifaistou Street and take a walk in the nearby Thiseion, with the temple of Theseus dominating the top of the hill in the Ancient Agora. You must not miss a visit to the National Garden (formerly Royal Garden), which was designed by Queen Amalia herself; the Zappeion Megaron and Kallimarmaro or the Panathenaic Stadium, which hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896. You can end your wonderful tour of Athens with a visit to Lycabettus Hill, take the cable car and enjoy the lovely view across the Attica Basin. You can finish your visit with coffee or lunch at the lovely restaurant you will find there.
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Acropolis | Odeon of Herod Atticus | Philopappou Hill and Pnyx | Acropolis Museum | Plaka | Monastiraki | National Garden | Zappeion Megaron | Lycabettus Hill
Greek National Tourism Organization: (+30) 210 87 07 000, www.gnto.gr
Tourist Police Department: 1571, (+30) 210 92 00 724, (+30) 210 92 00 729