Ok first off take the funicular its 7€ round trip Go before dusk, watching sunset is great but go before it gets to dark. There is a guy who sells drinks at the top, there are 2 restaurants one is low price one is expensive....More
About Mount Lycabettus
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We took the tram to the top which travels through a tunnel so you do not see anything. But when you walk out of the top station, the view takes your breath away. Magnificent.
Went there with the advise of a tour guide met in Acropolis Guide said ask taxi driver to take you to Lykavittos teleferic which we did. Understand this hill is also called as Lycabettus two ways to climb to the hill, eihter on foot (...More
I walked from the train station to the base of the funicular and it is definitely a climb! Lots and lots of stairs. But once you're there, you can take the funicular to the top. The view is amazing, perfect spot to catch an Athens...More
I took a slow walk up the steep southern face from the city, which was fairly demanding (or good exercise.....). The path is good and well shaded a lot of the way. The lovely, tiny little church of St George's sits atop the hill, from...More
This is a must do. Offers fabulous views of the entire Athens area in every direction. The church is not much to see. We were disappointed in the graffiti at the top. None the less. Just go. Either walk or ride up or down. your...More