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Adrianou Street

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Adrianou Street

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Vadim wrote a review Jun 2020
Murmansk, Russia17,560 contributions2,029 helpful votes
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Hadrian street is the oldest street in the Greek capital, which has preserved its layout since ancient times. The houses were built much later in the XVIII-XIX centuries, but many of them are based on ancient foundations. The street originates at the Agora square and runs in a semicircle along the Northern and Eastern slopes of the Acropolis hill. The popularity of the street is due to its richness of taverns and souvenir shops selling hand made goods. I have doubts about how much these Souvenirs are hand made. Most of it was probably made somewhere in the factories of Shenzhen. But the tourists believe and buy. But the restaurants are real. But expensive. You have to pay for the pathos of the place.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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tonyking8652 wrote a review Jan 2020
Essen, Germany336 contributions95 helpful votes
A much calmer atmosphere than in and around Monastiraki and its rather trashy flea markets. Some interesting more up-market shopping and a good selection of restaurants, and in winter at least, not so crowded.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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SoCalOregonian wrote a review Dec 2019
Murrieta, California9,179 contributions983 helpful votes
This street, lined with shops, is a street that must be strolled. There are shops that sell high-end jewelry to cheap tourist trinkets. It runs from Thissio Station past Hadrians Library to St. Catherine’s Plaka. It also is home to “The oldest house in Athens” museum, although it was not open when we visited this area.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Daryl O wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore69 contributions7 helpful votes
Lined with shops in the heart of Plaka, another must-walk street in Athens Continuing west along Adrianou, you will reach Aiolou street which then links up to the Pandrossou Street market which is also another very interesting walk with shops lining both sides. At the end of Pandrossou, you will reach Monastiraki Square and the flea market It is a nice, safe walk but as always, take precautions against pickpockets
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Simona C wrote a review Nov 2019
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I feared this street would be a tedious tourist trap. But I left Athens with a most favourable view of a vibrant street, brightly lit at night, with a multitude of high quality shops and galleries alongside inreresting souvenirs and irresistible cafes. In Adrianou I discovered my new favourite jewellers and women’s fashion boutique. We walked up and down Adrianou several times each day and each time found a new gem.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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