Distances to city sights
- Monastiraki Flea Market: 300 m
- Museum of Natural History: 6 minutes/1 km
- Lycabettus Hill: 6 minutes/1 km
- Parthenon: 500 m
- Agora: 600 m
- Acropolis: 400 m
- Acropolis Museum: 500 m
- Folk Art Museum: 6 minutes/1 km
- National Archaeological Museum of Athens: 12 minutes / 2km
- National Gallery: 12 minutes / 2km
- Theatre of Dionysos: 12 minutes / 2km
- Museum of Cycladic Art: 12 minutes / 2km
- Museum of Contemporary Art: 20 minutes / 3km
- Lalaounis Jewelry Museum: 20 minutes / 3km
Apart from its famous attractions, such as the Parthenon, the Temple of Poseidon, the National Archaeological Museum, Cape Sounion, to name only a few, we suggest you explore the following nearby locations:
Plaka - In this magnificent district you will find archaeological sites beside ouzo taverns, flowerbeds and picturesque little shops to get an authentic taste of Athens. It is worth visiting the flea market held every Sunday.
Psirri - The district is alive once the sun sets and is ideal for night walks where you can enjoy live music of all kinds.
Temple of Olympian Zeus - Just 700 meters south of Syntagma Square, the foundations of the temple date from the time of the tyrant Pisistratus in 515 BC. Its columns have inspired the development of the Corinthian style.
Agora - The most famous market in Greece, The Agora was once occupied by private houses, until it was remodeled on the 6th century BC from Pisistratus as the center of Athenian government.
Lycabettus Hill - With an altitude of about 300 meters, this favorite spot for locals and visitors offers a lovely view and it is an oasis of tranquility of the city. The adventurous can climb the hill on foot. Otherwise, there is the alternative of cable.