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We rented an apartment in Psirri and absolutely loved the location. The area is a 5 minute walk from Monestaraki Square and are lined with excellent restaurants.
The area is vibrant and offers interesting street art and cafes with live music. We loved our stay...More
Perhaps it's my age, but I'm not a fan of graffiti on every building and much of it being non-artistic. There are a few interesting and arty murals in Psyrri, but Agias Theklas is atrocious.
The place needs to be revitalised and in a positive...More
We visited with our food tour guide , it was terrific , if we had more time would spend a day wondering around here . Was on old yucky, unsafe part of town but has become gentrified👍- lots of fab food & drink places /...More
Psirri is a great neighborhood that borders Monasteraki at its hub, Plateia Iroon. I will always love Plaka (which is not far) but Psirri is more of a locals area and it doesn't have the overwhelming touristy vibe that has overtaken Plaka. Psirri has great...More
A great area to hang out in at night, it’s full of restaurants which aren’t quite as expensive as those in the plaka. Like most place in the city center it is made up of small roads full of small shops and lovely trees. When...More
Psirri is a fantastic part of Athens. Full of bars and restaurants. Doesn’t have and hustle and bustle of Plaka and feels a bit safer. A short walk from the square where the metro is. Look out for a place call Little Kook with a...More