What to Do in Athens in 3 days
If you are travelling to the beautiful capital of Greece, Athens, here is a list of what to do in Athens in 3 days. This list is valid for almost every time of the year, with the exception of the Balux Cafe, which is enjoyed at its best from April to October.
Akropolis is one of the most famous monuments on earth, so you should pay a visit to it. Preferably early in the morning so that you skip the big lines from schools or tourist groups visiting it. Don’t forget to visit the museum of Akropolis which is a short walk from the monument as it offers a magnificent café with views to the beautiful temple.
Eat at Funky Gourmet
Funky Gourmet is considered to be the most innovative restaurant in Athens as it offers a molecular cuisine. It is situated in the center of Athens and although pricey (around 80E to 100E per person), it will give you the chance to experience food in a totally different way. E.g, imagine yourself eating an icecube which holds the total flavor of a Greek salad!
Go for a swim at Balux Café in Glyfada
Balux café is one of the most famous summer spots in Athens. It offers a great beach, where you can enjoy the sun, swim and have funky cocktails next to the sea. Moreover, it offers a great restaurant with greek, Italian and Japanese food.
Eat the famous Kebab of Thanasis in Plaka
Thanasis is a greek name which means “I will never die”. Indeed, the restaurant which holds this name and is situated in Plaka, has been there almost forever. Locals and tourists pay a visit to enjoy its famous kebab for just a few euros. A great stop after a visit to the monument of Akropolis
Have a coffee in Kolonaki Square
Kolonaki square is the most famous and prestigious place in Athens to have a beer, a coffee or do your shopping. Go there in the late afternoon or evening and just pick a bar or coffeeshop that you like. You will certainly enjoy a nice evening out and see some of the best looking people of Athens strolling around.
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