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Athens and the Lycabettus Hill

Athens and the Lycabettus Hill

Athens and the Lycabettus Hill Greece, Thessaloniki Acropolis wasn’t the first hill on our visit. A couple of locals recommended us to climb the Lycabettus mountain, which from a distance looks a bit like a volcano growing in the heart of Athens. For Nico, the idea of...
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Acropolis city

Athens - Acropolis city We left the pleasure of climbing the Acropolis for the end, like a cherry on top. The entrance to this ancient city was almost around the corner for us. The only thing to hold us back from running there right away after we arrived in Athens was...

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A beautiful photo that shows the vivid Monastiraki Square in Athens at night.

The Monastiraki Square at night | Athens, Greece

Same as the colossal metropolis New York, Athens also is a city that never sleeps. Looking at this colorful photo, I remember how fascinated I was, watching a city so ancient, living to the fullest every time of the day and night! Enjoying the bright coloring of that image, I hope to go back to the charming capital of Greece, to the vivid Monastiraki Square, full of life, laughter and delicious food.

Picturesque panorama view of Monastiraki area in Athens, captured in the evening.

Evening at Monastiraki | Athens, Greece

Every time I look at this colorful image of Monastiraki area in Athens, it reminds me how charming the old town of the capital of Greece is, especially at twilight. Moreover, you can notice also the Akropolis and other important buildings there. As you can see on the picture, this neighborhood is crowded with people. One of the reasons is that it’s a major shopping district.

Romantic sunset, captured from the top of the Lycabettus Hill in Athens, Greece.

Athens – a romantic sunset seen from the Lycabettus Hill | Athens, Greece

With its 277 meters, Lycabettus Hill is the tallest hill in the capital of Greece. That’s why, when you go at the top, you can see some of the Athens’ most popular monuments – the Acropolis, the Temple of Zeus, the Panathenaic Stadium. When you climb the Lycabettus Hill, you will see the charming St. George’s church, built in the 19th century. Best thing is that you could continue enjoying the view on your way down.