Some say visiting Athens without getting to know its locals is as foolish as exploring the city without seeing the Parthenon... With these events, not only will you discover the best of local Athenian food but also the true spirit of the city.
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Athens, the capital of Greece, was the heart of the ancient Greek civilization. You can still visit the early Greek landmarks such as the Acropolis and the Parthenon. The Acropolis Museum and the National Archaeological Museum preserve sculptures, va...
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Athens is often wrongly considered an ugly city. Certainly, the Greek capital is not short of ramshackle-looking 1960s flats that sprawl around the Acropolis. However, modern Athenian architecture rivals design across Europe, with an increasing number of striking buildings cropping up over the city in the past decade. Culture Trip takes a closer look at some of the coolest buildings in Athens and their designs.
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"The Grand Hyatt made a splash when it opened in a well-known spot in Athens, and it lives up to the name. Pros: excellent rooftop pool and bar, elegant style, friendly and efficient staff, close to the ferry. Cons: highway-like environs, anodyne dining, waves of crowds and emptiness."
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Metaxourgeio may be off the beaten track for tourists, but for locals, it is a residential neighborhood that has been enjoying a come-back in the bar and food scene. While some parts of it may not be the most pleasant (try to stay off dark corners at...