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Athens is the only European city with 148 theatre stages
Every full moon in August museums and galleries stay open until 2am with live performances
Cine Thisio has been declared by CNN as the best open-air cinema in the world
Have a drink under the stars with the stars at an open-air cinema and dance the night away at a club by the beach in Athens Riviera
Have fun and unwind leaving stress and worries behind in Athens, a vibrant city that never sleeps
Athens, one of the world’s oldest cities has many stories to be told; well acclaimed or yet untold, ancient or contemporary, dazzling or out of everyday life, seasonal or all year around, contrasting and yet matching.
This one city of never ending stories is unfolding right before your eyes, in short, crisp and unexpected narratives. Imagine yourself as being one of the characters, part of the plot or simply a light traveller. It all happens in one city that you have to read it to believe it.
Museum Herakleidon presents the history the history of Greek seafaring in the Aegean and the Mediterranean, a history of maritime voyages, achievements in naval architecture, exchange of ideas and technological developments, through about 40 handmade wooden models of Greek ships (0,60 m. to 1,50 m) of excellent, detailed construction with authentic materials, based on naval architectural drawings, following traditional methods, which date from prehistoric times to the middle of the 20th century.
The new exhibition of the National Archaeological Museum "Odysseys" is the main commemorative event on the occasion of the 150th anniversary since the foundation of the Museum. It attempts to give an account of the adventurous journey of man through time considered from an abstract and symbolic perspective that draws its inspiration from the Homeric Odyssey.
In 2016 the Museum of Cycladic Art celebrates 30 years of creative presence with an exhibition entitled “Cycladic Society 5,000 Years Ago” open from early December 2016 to late March 2017.
The theatrical production “Women of Passion, Women of Greece”, that moved a wide variety of different audiences thanks to the distinctive directorial approach, accompanied by a powerful play, great acting as well as exceptional live music and impressive video design, continues its successful journey at the Theater Wagon of the Railway Carriage Theater.
The Acropolis Museum honors the anniversary of the 1900 years since the ascent to the throne of Emperor Hadrian, a friend and benefactor of Athens, with the presentation of an exquisite portrait of the Emperor found in Syngrou Avenue, and an interesting video, produced by the Museum, which showcases the Emperor’s immense building program concerning the city of Athens in the 2nd cent. AD. Hadrian’s work signifies the revival of Greek Letters and Science during the time of the Roman Empire.
KinderDocs is a new initiative of documentary screenings of award-winning films and events for children and teenagers, as well as their friends, teachers, parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts. Join us in discovering the magic of documentaries, exploring new ways of communication, inspired by stories we all care about on today’s hot topics and having fun. Each film is a story on teenage life, friendship, family, education, creativity, art, music, dance, psychology, family relationships, multiculturalism, migration, environment.
Welcome to Athens, the historical capital of Europe with a long rich history and modern vibrations. Let’s take a historic walk and explore charming old-style neighborhoods, oases away from the hustle and bustle of the city center such as Makrygianni, Plaka, Thiseio, Kerameikos, Monastiraki and Psyrri.
Begin your stroll from Syntagma Square, where you can watch the changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier in front of the Greek Parliament. After your souvenir photo next to the immovable statuette guards, take ermou street, one of the busiest shopping spots in Athens, towards Monastiraki.
Nearby, you will find posh Kolonaki, with its beautiful parks and attractive buildings. It’s the ideal area for shopping, where you can find the most expensive commercial shops in addition to popular cafes and luxury restaurants to enjoy before or after you go to the shops.
Agia Eirini Square. Names after the beautiful church of St. Irini (Agia Irini), the area became over the last few years one of the hottest – if not THE hottest – spots in town! Once home to Athens’ flower markets, today the square and the surrounding streets are lined with coffee-shops, eateries, and trendy bistro bars that will serve you inspiring cocktails and food including brakfasts, snacks, and main meals. On weekends the area is packed with young people while you ‘ll find events and live performances by numerous musicians.
The reconstruction of Syggrou Avenue is among the most important renovations in the coming years. The new Syggrou Avenue will become vehicle and pedestrian friendly, as well as assemble the metropolitan cultural life in the 21st century.
Go sailing, cycling and savour the locally produced wines in a city full of surprises.
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Athens is the only European capital with 14 Blue Flag Beaches and more than 50kms of coastline
The Athens Metro has 61 stations and half of them exhibit artwork or archaeological treasures
The Athens Planetarium is one of the largest and best equipped planetaria in the world