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Athens & Attica Sightseeing

Buzzing with energy, Spyromiliou Arcade is one of the liveliest arcades in downtown Athens.

Mounted on a raised pedestal and protected by a metal grill embossed with marine anchors and ropes.

Syntagma Metro Station is the most central station in Athens’ vast Metro network.

The numbering of the streets in Athens starts from Syntagma and all distances to major Greek cities are measured from here as well.

Just a stone’s throw away from the centre of Athens (approximately 30 minutes by car) you will find what can only be described as paradise on earth.

These Turkish baths were built during the years of the Ottoman occupation.

Located near the village of Peristeria on Salamis island, the entrance to the Cave of Euripides is perched 120 metres above the sea.

This traditional underground tavernaki is located on Kydathineon Street in Plaka.

The Discobole (Discus Thrower) won the Gold Medal for sculpture in the Paris Olympic Games of 1924.

This two-storey stone building was home to the first Governor of Greece, Ioannis Kapodistrias.

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