Coisas para fazer em Atenas
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“The Acropolis Museum, located 10 minutes walking distance away from the house, was built to house every artifact found on the rock and on the surrounding slopes, from the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece including Parthenon Marbles. ”
“One should not miss visiting the Acropolis and the Parthenon when is Athens . To visit you should plan most of the day and start your visit as early as possible in the morning , to avoid the very hot sun ”
“Tucked away in the heart of Athens, the National Gardens offer a beautiful retreat from the bustle of the concrete capital. This grandiose park was commissioned by Queen Amalia, the first queen of Greece, in 1838 and completed two years later. The Gardens cover 16 hectares of narrow gravel paths and ponds, as well as a small zoo with wild Greek goats, peacocks and chickens. ”
“The National Archaeological Museum in Athens, located 10 minutes from the house, houses some of the most important artifacts from a variety of archaeological locations around Greece from prehistory to late antiquity. ”
“The Panathenaic Stadium or Kallimarmaro is the Athenian stadium where the Olympic Games took place for the first time in the modern era in 1896. In 6 minute from the house, you can see the only stadium in the world built entirely of marble! ”
Loja de Bebidas
“If you start at the top of Syntagma Square and walk down the steps and past the fountain, at the bottom of the square is the beginning of Ermou Street, a paradise for those who live to shop. ”
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“Philopappos Hill or the Hill of the Muses is a suitable opportunity for an escape in nature, just next to the bustling centre of Athens. It is one of the points of Athens that provide a magnificent view and is surrounded by the districts of Koukaki, Petralona and Acropolis and invites you to surrender to the calling of their wonderful view. It is connected to the hills of the Observatory and the Pnyx, while at its top there is the monument of Philopappos, from which came the name of the hill. It is worth mentioning that as part of the unification of the archaeological sites in 2002 an effort was made to fence the area, so that it could be visited according to a schedule and a ticket, something that was averted after the dynamic reaction of the active movement of the residents of the area.”
“The neighborhood is surrounded by marvellous pieces of Classic Art. Here you can see the famous Temple of Olympian Zeus Varotsos located 15 minutes walking distance close to the house. ”
“The famous square that has hosted many events over the years including most political rallies and protests. The metro station is underground in Syntagma Square so you can travel to and from there by train. There is a great cafe in the square also.”
“ Surrounded by Monastiraki and Plaka area, the Ancient Agora was developed during the 6th century BC and had been the center of administrative, commercial, cultural, social and religious life of ancient Athens. Walking down Agora, one can visit the Temple of Hephaestus and the Stoa of Attalos. Info: Open hours 08:00 - 15:00 | Entrance fee: 8,00€ per person”