Travel Around Greece

Restaurants in Athens

Submitted by manolism on Mon, 02/16/2009 - 22:33.
Athinaikon Restaurant in Athens

In Athens, guests can choose to eat in a different way for every single day of their stay since numerous gourmet spots will satisfy their appetite. One can indulge in the traditional Greek cuisine of taverns and Mediterranean style restaurants. Moreover, those who prefer international or exotic gastronomy can choose from a wide variety of international cuisine restaurants. The price ranges vary, however, quality and hospitality remain above average. Finally, another significant factor adding to the appeal of a Greek restaurant would be the area of its location. Visitors of Athens would be delighted to discover the petit, picturesque restaurants that remain hidden in the city center around the area of Thiseon, Psiri or Plaka or the beautiful fish restaurants at the area of Mikrolimano.
List of restaurants in Athens.

Region: Attica

Place: athens, center of athens, city of athens, peireaus, plaka, psirri, thiseon

You will find here: Ancient monuments, Beach, Byzantine monuments, Clubbing, Festivals and culture, Medieval monuments, Museums, Sea resorts

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    In Athens one can find a full range of hotels and alternative accommodation options. The city offers a variety of solutions in terms of accommodation according to ones personal style and budget. On the one hand, luxurious hotels can be found in the centre, where one can benefit from the vast diversity of activities that it offers. On the other hand, low budgeted alternatives such as youth hostels or even family hotels, can satisfy a visitor to the most.

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  • Travel to Athens

    Athens, the capital of greece can be accessed by boat as well as by air transportation.Both the port and the airport can be accessed by bus, train/suburban railroad or even taxi hire.

    Related places: athens,center of athens,city of athens,Eleytherios Venizelos Airport,pireaus

  • Plaka

    The name Plaka stems from Arvanitika "Pliak Athena", meaning "Old Athens". Plaka has many archaeological sites of great importance. The first that will draw a visitor's attention is the famous Temple of the Winds is part of the ancient Roman Agora. It initially was a meteorological station from the first century built by the Syrian Astronomer Andronikos Kyrrhestes. The freize which represents the winds and their personalities is the most interesting part of the building and visitors must undoubtedly have a closer look.

    Related places: athens,Monastiraki,Monument of Lysikrates,plaka,Roman Agora,Temple of the Winds,The Mosque

  • Μy Plaka

    Plaka is one of the most and beautiful and picturesque areas of Athens. It is a part of the ancient town bellow the Acropolis. It mainly comprises of narrow streets and old houses. People that visited it in the past may say that it was packed with cheap tavernas and loud night clubs full of drunk tourists, but in recent years it has had a face lift. The restaurants and tavernas are a lot nicer and the clubs are replaced by trendy and cute bars that attract tourists and locals alike. In the day there are many shops, street artists, flower sellers and cafes for fun walks.

    Related places: acropolis,athens,attika,Monastiraki,plaka,Syntagma

  • Aegina Nightlife

    Aegina is a popular destination for athenians, looking to spend their weekend in a nearby island. Being only 35 minutes away from Peiraus, it attracts a large number of athenians every weekend. Aegina is mostly considered a family place. There are not that many bars and night clubs, and if you are a party animal you will be better off going to paros, mykonos and other such islands. There however are many taverns and bar/restaurants all over the island, that will accomodate anyone else.

    Related places: aegean sea,Aegina,Argo Saronic Gulf,athens,attiki,greek islands,saronic islands

Other similar places in Greece

  • Heraklion

    Heraklion is the capital of the island of crete, located at the north of the island. Heraklion is the largest city of crete and one the largest in greece. With a population of around 150.000 people and more than 200.000 in the metropolitan area, it is the administrative and economic center of crete.

    Related places: candia,central crete,crete,greek islands,heraclion,heraklion,hersonissos,knossos,malia

  • Patras

    Patra is the largest city of west greece with a population of 300.000 people. Patra is a port city located in the north-west of the Peloponnese peninsula. Patra's port is a nodal point for trade and communication with Italy and the rest of Europe. Located 218 km west of Athens, Patras is regularly connected to athens and Eleytherios Venizelos Airport by train and buses. It is also connected by sea to the Ionian Islands and Italy ( Ancona, Venice, Bari, Brindisi ..). The Rio-Antirio bridge that connects peloponnese with the mainland greece is located just 5 km from patras, in Rio.

    Related places: achaia,aigion,antirio,patrae,patras,rio,west greece

  • Travel to Cyclades, travel to Syros

    The island of Syros is located in the middle of the cycladic islands. Proud of its long history, Syros used to be the cultural and trade centre of the Aegean in the 19th century. Its capital, Hermoupolis or Ermoupolis, named after the Greek God Hermes, was Greece’s principal port and is today the largest town of the Cyclades, the capital of the archipelago and its cultural, administrative and economic centre. If you choose to visit Syros, you will not have to miss on quality concerts, theatre performances as well as art exhibitions.

    Related places: Cyclades,Cycladic Islands,Syros

  • Aegina Nightlife

    Aegina is a popular destination for athenians, looking to spend their weekend in a nearby island. Being only 35 minutes away from Peiraus, it attracts a large number of athenians every weekend. Aegina is mostly considered a family place. There are not that many bars and night clubs, and if you are a party animal you will be better off going to paros, mykonos and other such islands. There however are many taverns and bar/restaurants all over the island, that will accomodate anyone else.

    Related places: aegean sea,Aegina,Argo Saronic Gulf,athens,attiki,greek islands,saronic islands

  • Travel to ... Corfu

    The island of Corfu (kerkyra) is located just off the West coast of Greece and is one of the ionian islands. Corfu enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate along with excellent beaches making it a popular destination for holiday makers. The island of corfu is very green compared to other Greek islands: hot and dry summers along with winter rain creates lush vegetation dominated by over 2 million olive trees. These olive trees on Corfu are the main cultivation, although Corfu's tourism now provides the most income.

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Travel to Greece facts

- 15 International Airports
- 51 marinas
- 227 inhabited islands ( out of 6000 greek islands)
- 430 beaches awarded with the blue flag.
- 9,111 hotels with 693,252 rooms:

  • 176 5-star hotels
  • 994 4-star hotels
  • 1804 3-star hotels
  • 4460 2-star hotels
  • 1677 1-star hotels

- 752 spas.
- 17 Monuments of Cultural Heritage according to the UNESCO catalogue.
- 124 Museums

Plan a trip now

Elounda, Crete

- : Autumn is the ideal season to visit Elounda. Elounda hotels and apartments are open untill mid-october and the whole experience is so much better after the summer...
- : Airplane to Heraklion Airport and bus to Aghios Nikolaos.
- : The airplane tickets cost depends on your departure site, the cost from Athens airport ranges from 60 to 140 Euros. The cost of the bus to Aghios Nikolaos is less than 10 euros and the bus from Aghios nikolaos to Elounda is less than 5 euros.
- : Choose a cosy little apartment over a large hotel.
- : ranging from 40 to 100 euros for two people per night.

Travel around Greece

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