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This is a set of Google Maps that you may want to check regarding your Athens visit:
AthensAttractions is a map including pinpoints for most of the usual attractions. Map includes museums locations and metro stations too. This is a general reference map. It is not possible to visit all of these in the average duration visit. So, some compromises are needed :)
Acropolis and Agora walk is a reference map for a half day visit to Acropolis of Athens and then the Ancient Agora site. Keep in mind to start really early from Acropolis subway station, since the whole place gets really hot and crowded during the summer. This is a suggested walk path for cruise ship passengers also that are in Athens for only a day. Follow this walk path to visit most of the ancient central sites.
Acropolis entrances and ways to go up is a map showing alternatives way to go up to Acropolis and where the ticket counters are.
Athens areas is a map that outlines where the usually referred Athens areas are.
Athens Museums is a map including major museums and subway-to-subway walks to visit them. Generally speaking each walk needs one day of your visit. These are walks including many more sites and things to see / do in between, so consider this when planning. Museums included in the map are organized in clusters that can be visited together.
Main Sites and relation to subway stations is a new map, showing the major sites and which subway station to use and how to walk from station to site entrance.
Athens freebies and other is a map of things to see 24/7 or do for free in Athens. It is a good idea for a low - budget day, or a holiday like Easter Sunday, or May 1st, when sites / museums are closed. Even on these days, you really have a huge list of things to see / visit. So, this map includes ancient monuments or museums that are free or have no fence so work 24/7. Also markets, small monuments and so on. You really don't have to spend a fortune to see Athens :) Basic subway stops and key points are also included in the map. Map contains also some info on free museum days.
Athens Eats You have read about them, you have analyzed them, you want to visit them. Then where on the Earth are these restaurants in that urban soup called Athens? This is a map with some of the many restaurant / cafe options you have. If you want to locate a place by name, search through the left column, since it's sorted alphabetically. Happy research or should we say "Bon Appetite"? :)