Worth the visit to watch the change of guard. Interesting to observe the practices of different culture!
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Located on Syntagma Square, looks amazing, with traditionaččy dressed soldiers Evzoni in front of it. They are also touristic attraction, 24 hours a day tourists are making photos beside them
All we did was go to watch the changing of the guards. It was a fun touristy experience! I didn't think the building was really much to look at so I would just recommend going on the hour to watch the guards.
Basically it is just the parliament located on a noisy square. There is also some catch with the pigeons as hundreds of them are coming there. There some nice history about that place. The guards are changing every hour.
This beautiful neoclassical building was inaugurated in 1843 to serve as a palace for the first King of Greece after the end of the Turkish occupation. After the palace was damaged by a fire in 1909, the royal family moved out. Following a series of...More
One of the best free sightseeing. Great building both at night and day. Soldiers in old national army clothes (which looks funny) bear a guard near the tomb of unknown soldier in front of the building. Hourly rotation is a must see, especially if you...More
This is a well worth watch & happens hourly I believe. The Guards are rotated hourly after standing guard in front of the Greek Parliament. The Parliament is just across from Syntagma Square Try & get here a few minutes before the hour & secure...More