Sights of Athens


The Athens Acropolis is a rocky hill of EUR 156 m. Above sea level and 70 m. From the level of the city of Athens. Although there are many Acropolis in Greece, the Acropolis of Athens is so important that it is characterized as “The Acropolis” without qualification. Although there is evidence that the hill […]

Acropolis Museum

The Acropolis Museum is an archaeological museum focused on the findings of the archaeological site of the Acropolis of Athens. The museum was built to house every object that has been found on the sacred rock of the Acropolis and at its foot covering a wide period from the Mycenaean period to the Roman and […]

Ancient Market

The ancient market was built in the city center as a public space in the sixth century BC although the “Laurence Baurain-Rebillard” I believe it was back to the 7th century. Organized by Pesistrato who took illegal residences from the market, eklise poigadia and egkane the center of Athenian government. Also created a xyransis system, […]

Changing of the Guard

The Evzones The Evzones is the name of some historical elite military units in the mountains of the Greek Army. Today lists the members of the Presidential Guard, an elite ceremonial unit that guards the Greek Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Presidential Palace and the gates to Camp Evzones in Athens. The Evzones provide […]

Hadrian’s Gate

Hadrian’s Gate is a monumental gate that looks to some terms with a Roman triumphal arch. Expands an ancient road from the center of Athens by katoikoion complex on the east side of the city symperilamvanontas the temple of Zeus God. It has been suggested that the arch was built to celebrate the coming of […]

Navy Museum

The Greek Maritime Museum was built in 1949. Located in the wells near the Port of Zea in Piraeus The museum exhibits a total of 2500 articles in relation to the Maritime history of Greece from prehistoric times until today. The exhibits are displayed in chronological order. Doiafora models ship included along with a number […]


Plaka, the old historical district of Athens, situated close to Voreoanatolikous hills of the Acropolis. This area consists of various ancient and narrow San maze full of neoclassical architecture Plaka is built on residential areas of ancient Athens. Known as “The Geitoneia gods” ratio of the distance to the Acropolis and its many archaeological sites.

Roman Market

The Roman Forum is an archaeological site in Athens. It was the central market in ancient Athens in Roman times. In this area made trade and gatherings. The Odeio of Agripa built from this around 15 BC It was 51.4 meters and poles floors fine hiding the old market. In return, the Athenians built a […]

Temple of Hephaestus

Hephaestus was the god father of metalourgeias. There were various shops round iron from the temple to honor the privileges that gave the temple. Archaeological evidence they say was made, no buildings around except a small seekers wrecked when the Persians conquered Athens in 480 BC The name Temple of Theseus was given issue there […]

Temple of Olympian Zeus

The Temple of Olympian Zeus Olympieion or, colloquially referred to as columns or Temple of Olympian Zeus, an important ancient temple in Athens. Although the construction of began in the 6th century BC, it was not completed in spite of the Roman Emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century AD .. It was the largest temple […]

The Greek Parliament

The Greek Parliament is located in the old royal palace, looking at the Constitution Square in Athens. The house is anotato democratic institution representing the people means a psifismemou body of Members of Parliament. It is a 300 Mellon organization voted for four years. During the period of 1844 to 1863 and from 1927 to […]

The Lion of Pireaeus

The Lion of Piraeus is one of the four lion statues ekthetontai at the Venice arsenal, there is shown as a symbol prostate San Marco Normally located in the port of Piraios. Stole the Venetian fleet General Francesco Morosini in 1687 as looting during the doiarkeia the great Turkish War against the Ottoman realm. When […]

Zappeion Hall

Zappeion Hall During 1869, the Greek parliament distribute 80,000 sq. meters of public land between the courtyards of the palace and the temple of God Zeus, also passed a law ON November 30, 1869 “to the works of building the Olympic barren” because the Zappeion Hall was the first building built specifically for RESET pg […]

Zea Marina

The Bay of Zea Pasalimani or older is the second largest port of Piraeus with circular shape. Front has restaurants, bars and shops catering for even per customer needs. You will find hovercraft with tails on the bay of Pasalimani and close the entrance from the side of Kastela. West you can admire the bay […]