A small tourist train that offers
regular scheduled tours around the
historical center of Athens past the
most important ancient sites and
monuments. Tours last around 35
minutes and leave hourly between
11:30 & 14:30 and 17:00 and 24:00.
Right beneath the Acropolis, the
Plaka has no cars and much culture.
Great place to explore to see the
oldest street in Athens,
Lots of color and character.
Location - Plaka Athens
Syntagma Square -
private Garden of King Otto's Bride,
Now restored and returned to the
beauty only seen by the privileged.
Now housing the Tomb of the Unknown
Solider and Parliment.
Home to some
of the most impresive graves you
will ever find. Check out
grave, with statuettes of Faith,
Anapafseos Street and Ilioupoleos
Hadrians Arch - FREE
in 131 AD by Emporor Hadrians to
seperate old and new Athens. On side
has inscribed 'This is Athens, the
former City of Theseus' and the
other side has 'This is the City of
Hadrian, not Theseus.'
Municipal Gallery of Athens
of 20th Century Greek Art. Due
to the size of the Museum, only part
of the collection is displayed at
any given time.
Location - 51
Piraeos Street, Athens
National Historical Museum -
and Folklore from 15th to 20th
Century incorporating Greek
scholars, Reign of King Otto, the
Balkan Wars, the Asia Minor
Campaign, Greek-Italian War, and
their War for Independence.
13, Stadiou Street, Athens.
Private garden of Queen Amalia,
now a 15.5 Hector Public Garden.
Contains Ancient Ruins,
tambours, Corinthian Columns,
and Mosaics along with several
busts. Great retreat from the