A must visit. Great restaurants and bars. Much less touristy than Plaka. Recommend a wander through the antique stores followed by a cold beer in one of the many great little bars hidden down a flowery lane.
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A great neighbourhood in Athens, very nice to take a walk in and with a lot of tavernas, bars and nightlife. Very nice for young people but not only for them.
Tourist almost always go to the Plaka district when in Athens; What few know is just a block away is the Psiri district. Their are shops, restaurants, little squares, furniture shops, etc. We had this district recommended to us and found that we loved walking...More
Very walkable & worth a visit! Many small shops along the way, & one of the more unique one was the two storey theme cafe we chanced upon. Recommend this place for a small walk away from tourists crowd, or a cup of coffee to...More
This was once a bit of a run-down part of town but is now an up and coming area with funky bars and quirky restaurants away from the more touristy hotspots. It has a more bohemian feel to it with narrow streets and cool shops.
What a gem of a district, so much character, fabulous restaurants, funky shops and lovely people. We stayed in an Air BnB in Atica, by Monastiraki, nearby to everything you could desire, great transport links, you can walk anywhere and everywhere.
It is nice to walk the small streets and get an authentic feel of the area. This neighborhood is less crowded than the main shopping streets and you can encounter many locals walking around in addition to tourists. Small cafes, little shops and some greenery...More
This is a really old square which has seen quite a transformation over time. It is close to Monastiraki, only a few minutes walk away. It is in a central area and it is now the place to go if you want to avoid the...More
This area is very cozy area and away from the main hang out spots.. it is more laid back and has more the mature crowd .. lots of locals mixed with visitors.. yes its for hanging with friends whilst drinking and eating as there are...More
Psiri is a multicultural and colorful neighborhood where you find cafes, restaurants and tavernas on every corner og in every street. Monistiraki metro station is on line 3 from the airport. Warning: if you don't like tagging, romans, narrow streets, foreigners, small shops, tavernas with...More