/Points of Interest
AT.thea Apartments are just a street across the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, a 210,000 m² center of culture and events, which includes the premises of the National Library of Greece and the National Opera House as well as an urban park and other smaller facilities.
The most important and magnificent sanctuary of Ancient Athens built on a rock in the center of the city. Its most impressive buildings are still adored as high points of architecture and artistic creation.
A site northwest of Acropolis that was the administrative, political, economic, philosophical, social and educational center of Ancient Athens since the 6th century BC.
With an exhibition space of about 14,000 m2, 10 times more than the Old Acropolis Museum, the work of Bernard Tschumi Architects with Michael Fotiadis houses archaeological finds spanning Archaic, Classic and Roman times.
The most picturesque neighborhood of Athens, built in the roots of the Sacred Rock of Acropolis. It has many well-preserved old buildings and a plethora of shops, taverns, coffee places and tourist shops.
ODEON OF HERODES ATTICUS
Conservatory and theater built by Herodes Atticus in the 2nd century AD. In modern times, the works for its reconstruction have begun during king Otto’s reign (mid 19th century) and were completed in the ‘50s. Since then it houses important artistic events and every summer is the focal point of the annual Festival of Athens, which is one of the most important cultural events in Greece.
The greatest museum of Greece and one of the most important museums of the world with more that 11,000 items in exhibition spanning many millennium, from prehistoric times to late antiquity.
One of the most important monuments of modern Athens. A monumental reconstruction of an ancient stadium that was exclusively made of marble (that is why is also called in Greek “Kallimarmaro”, which means: made of beautiful marble). Its reconstruction was a parallel project of the construction of the Zappeion Megaron. Panathinaikon Stadium hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896.
Syntagma Square is the central square of Athens. Named after the revolt of 1843 that forced king Otto to pass the first ever Constitution of modern Greece. The main attraction in the square is the Monument of Unknown Soldier honoring all dead Greek soldiers whose bodies were never found, which is guarded by the Presidential Guards of Evzones.