Athens is the ancient cradle of the greatest civilization and the capital of sunny Greece. To find a city in Europe even remotely resembling Athens is impossible.
Athens is a large modern metropolis. Antique antiquities here get along well with the products of the most fashionable designers and quite democratic brands of clothing, shoes and accessories.
For clothes and shoes of well-known but inexpensive brands, it is worth going to Ermu Street, the largest shopping street in the Greek capital. The most luxurious shopping districts are Kolonaki, Kifissia and Glyfada. Finally, be sure to look at the street. Athenas. Here you can buy delicious Greek souvenirs – olives and olive oil, feta cheese, honey, Rakia and Metaxa.
The national cuisine of Greece is traditionally associated with a large number of vegetables and seafood, olives, soft feta cheese and a variety of herbs and spices. In any institution in Athens, you can find such dishes as “tiropita” (cheesecake), “mouzaku” (puff dish of eggplants, potatoes and ground beef), “dolmates dolma” (stuffed cabbage in grape leaves), fresh cucumber, yogurt and garlic) and, of course, squid, fish, shrimps and octopus grilled on coals.
Day 1 Arrival and Check-in (Free day)
Day 2 the Acropolis
Day 3 National Archaeology Museum
Day 4 Byzantine Museum
Day 5 Temple of Olympian Zeus
Day 6 Panathenaic Stadium & Olympic Stadium
Day 7 (Free day) before Departure
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