Nice place. Worth seeing in the evening time when getting dark. Romantic place. Go here with water. Very high. No cheap cafes.
About Mount Lycabettus
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If one looks north from the top of Lycabettus, the valley of Attica today is a sea of cement buildings. But up until the beginning of the 20th century the sacred olive grove with over 150,000 trees shimmered silver-green in the bright Athenian sunlight. These...More
Take an uber/taxi to top parking area then you must climb. We thought we had a great view of city from acropolis...lol. Highest elevation in the city and so worth the view!
It is a great experience with the funicular going up in a tunnel inside the mountain which is quite different from some others I have been on. When you get the top there are views from every direction. The acropolis can clearly be seen, outside...More
We visited mount Lycabettus a Sunday afternoon. The view is amazing! You can see the Parthenon, the acropolis museum, the Panathenaic stadium! It is also very romantic to see the sunset from there! Definitely worth a visit!
We chose to reach the funicular railway by walking through Kolonaki. Very nice route! The views are splendid and offer you a very good orientation to the city, as you can see the Acopolis, Olympieion (Temple of Olympian Zeus), Panathenaic Stadium, Lycabettus Theatre, Plaka and...More