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On northeast slope of Acropolis rock | On northeast slope of Acropolis rock, 999-20, Athens 99920, Greece
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Reviewed yesterday

It's a lovely place. Originally it was used to house the builders who worked at the Parthenon. Since most of them came from the island Anafi, it took the name Anafiotika.

Thank Marianna V
Reviewed yesterday

Going to this neighborhood is like going to the greek islands without leaving Athens. The architecture is typical from the Aegean Islands since it was built by immigrants from Anafi island! There is not many people walking around and it is definitely worth a walk!

Thank Markos K
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Anafiotika is a wonderful neiborhood under Acropolis besides Plaka. Take your camera and take wonderful shots from one of the most beautiful places in all Europe.!!colours , flowers , nice places for food and drink and unbeliable nice old houses!!Anafiotika has about 200 years history...More

Thank Panagiotis S
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Lots of little streets with flowers and cafes. Well worth taking a stroll around for photo opportunities.

Thank Danrzr
Reviewed 1 week ago

You'd think you're on a greek island somewhere, all white and bright colours. Narrow streets, steep inclines but beautiful and calm. Must see.

Thank KulaRaha
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Anafiotika will take you to islands like Mykonos and Santorini with its blue, white and colorful houses! Afternoon walk would be perfect

1  Thank Eliaso91
Reviewed 1 week ago

i like this neighborhood - a little less crowded, look closely at the buildings, not just pass quickly by. stroll off main roads and wind around. nice little neighborhood, less commercial and touristy and sweet architecture.

Thank walton56
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A guide advised us to leave Plaka to tourists groups and rather discover this small area under Parthenon: small streets, houses, churches, it all contributes to a wonderful walk and discovery. Very close to main touristic areas, it is nevetheless less visited by groups: we...More

Thank JohnPaul2010
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We found out about this area from an online travel guide. It truly is a lovely area, away from the noise and busyness of the city. Tucked away against the Acropolis Hill, these old buildings built by marble workers hired from the islands to help...More

Thank DeborahEC
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of the most beautiful districts in Athens. There is a little bit of everything: ancient ruins, traditional and renovated houses, little coffee shops and tavernas, flowers, museums, galleries. I loved walking there simply as it is or after visiting places close by. Definitely recommend...More

Thank Alevtina K
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Debbie J
Hi, We are visiting Athens in June and are keen to see Anafiotika. I am a little confused where it is exactly...google maps says near Acropolis museum but others say near Roman Agora ? Help !!
23 March 2017|
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Response from annettefromm | Reviewed this property |
Hi Anafiotika is not on the side of the Acropolis where the museum is. It's on the Plaka side. Adrianou is the main shopping street in the Plaka. If you climb the narrow streets towards the Acropolis and above the Agora... More