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Cape Sounion

4.5 star rating: Recommended 115 Reviews

Greek legend says that the king of Athens jumped from a cliff into the water below, forever tying his name–Aegeus–to the Aegean Sea into which he fell. Cape ...  Read more

Hadrian's Arch

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Erected in honor of the Roman Emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century A.D, the monumental gateway of Hadrian’s Arch remains one of the most striking remnants of ...  Read more

Santorini

4 star rating: Recommended 132 Reviews

Santorini is among the best-known Greek islands, mainly for its natural beauty. Santorini is all clear ocean, white-walled buildings and blue-domed churches. ...  Read more

Mt Parnassus

4 star rating: Recommended 130 Reviews

Mt. Parnassus is one of the many places in Greece that occupies very real space on the landscape, and is also central to such a number of Greek myths that you ...  Read more

Acropolis Museum

4 star rating: Recommended 59 Reviews

Until the 17th century, the Acropolis survived largely intact but since then a gunpowder accident, a Venetian bombing and tourists have taken their toll. ...  Read more

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

4 star rating: Recommended 42 Reviews

Athens' Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (Mnēmeíon Agnōstou Stratiōtou) commemorates all those Greek soldiers who died in service of their country over its ...  Read more

Mykonos

4 star rating: Recommended 22 Reviews

Mykonos is the most popular and most expensive of the Cyclades Islands, located in the Aegean Sea southeast of Athens and mainland Greece. Mykonos has been ...  Read more

Monastiraki

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The neighborhood of Monastiraki in central Athens is known for its bargain shopping, vibrant nightlife, and an array of historic ruins and monuments. The word ...  Read more

Panathenaic Stadium (Panathinaiko Stadio)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 20 Reviews

Athens was the site of the first modern Olympic games in 1896, but the stadium where the events took place - the Panathenaic Stadium - predated those games by ...  Read more

National Archeological Museum

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

One of the world's great museums, Athens’ National Archaeological Museum houses the most important finds from antiquity unearthed from the many archaeological ...  Read more

Anafiotika

Sprawling up the northern slopes of the Acropolis and peeking above the rooftops of Plaka, Anafiotika is a tiny enclave of steep, cobbled alleyways lined with ...  Read more

Attica Zoological Park

For more than 10 years Attica Zoological Park has been the premier destination for wildlife education and conservation in Athens. Travelers can venture ...  Read more

Dionysus Theater

The Theatre of Dionysus is an impressive ruin on the southern slope of the Acropolis in Athens. You can climb up and sit in the semi-circle of marble seats ...  Read more

Erechtheion

Perched on its craggy escarpment overlooking the heart of Athens, the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Acropolis (its name means ‘high city’ in ancient Greek) is ...  Read more

Goulandris Natural History Museum

Dedicated to the preservation and presentation of the natural sciences and Greece’s unique habitats and wildlife, Goulandris Natural History Museum has a ...  Read more

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