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    • Terra Vibe Park
      10.06 Km from Parnitha
      Terra Vibe is a park in Attica, Greece, which is used as a venue for large-scale outdoor events, such as concerts and festivals. Opened in 2004, it has hosted events such as the Rockwave Festival and Terra Vibe Festival, and covers 40 acres (160,000 m2). In 2010, the Sonisphere Festival took place and the Big Four of thrash metal performed with headliners Metallica. Mötley Crüe were due to play Rockwave in 2009 as part of the Crüe Fest tour but due to heavy rain in the Malakasa area, the venue w...
    • Ano Liosia Olympic Hall
      10.66 Km from Parnitha
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    • Folk Art Museum of Acharnes
      11.23 Km from Parnitha
      The Folk Art Museum of Acharnes is a museum in Acharnes, a northern suburb of Athens, Greece. It was founded in 1977 by the local Greek Mountaineering Society, which also formed the Historical and Folklore Association in 1981, to which it bequeathed the museum in 1982. The archaeological part of the collection was then separated from the historical and folklore material and was given to the Hellenic Ministry of Culture. Former Minister Melina Mercouri founded for it the Archaeological Museum of ...
    • Marathon Dam
      16.50 Km from Parnitha
      The Marathon Dam is a gravity dam on the Charadros River, near its junction with the Varnavas Stream, 8 km (5 mi) west of Marathon and 45 km (28 mi) northeast of Athens in Greece. The dam created Lake Marathon for the primary purpose of municipal water supply. Constructed between 1926 and 1929, it was the sole supplier of water to Athens until 1959. The dam is often cited for its role in the modernization of Greece and the first recorded case of seismic activity associated with reservoir inundat...
    • Titania (Hotel)
      21.36 Km from Parnitha
      Titania Hotel is a 4 star historic hotel in the center of Athens, Greece. It is located on Panepistimiou Street, in the heart of the historical and commercial centre of the Greek capital, between the two major squares, Syntagma and Omonoia. Titania has been renovated in 2004 and 2007, is decorated with Pentelic marble, and exquisite inlaid mosaics with themes from Greek history. Titania has two of the largest conference centers in central Athens, the "Europa" and "Ouranos", h...
    • Badminton Theater
      21.56 Km from Parnitha
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    • National Gallery (Athens)
      22.31 Km from Parnitha
      The National Art Gallery and Alexander Soutzos Museum (Greek: Εθνική Πινακοθήκη, Ethniki Pinakothiki) is an art museum in Athens devoted to Greek and European art from the 14th century to the 20th century. It is directed by Marina Lambraki-Plaka.
    • Attica Zoological Park
      27.21 Km from Parnitha
      Attica Zoological Park, is a 20-hectare (49-acre) private zoo located in the Athens suburb of Spata, Greece. The zoo is home to about 2000 animals representing 400 species, and is open 365 days per year. Attica Zoological Park is a member of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
    • Vorres Museum
      27.26 Km from Parnitha
      The Vorres Museum is a diachronic museum of folk and contemporary art in Paiania, East Attica, Greece. Its grounds cover 80 acres (320,000 m2) including several buildings, gardens and courtyards. Its collection includes over 6000 pieces covering 4000 years of Greek history and art. The museum has been donated by the Vorres family to the Greek state. Its President and Founder was Ian Vorres (1924 - 2015), who studied in Canada at Queen's University and Toronto University.

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    • Daphni Monastery
      It’s worth putting up with the 10km (6 miles) of dreary scenery from the centre of Athens to reach the 11th-century Byzantine monastery at Daphni (Dafni), celebrated for its mosaics. Two enormous cypresses and an olive tree mark the entrance in a tall wall.

      Nothing in Western art will prepare you for the stupendous Christ Pantocrator in the dome – to be viewed, as the artists intended, from the entrance. The other mosaics in the church are also worth lingering over (binoculars help in studying details). Look particularly for the one depicting the crucifixion, with its moving portrayal of the Virgin Mary’s grief. Though the monastery is no longer inhabited, an autumn wine festival is held in the grounds.
      Daphni Monastery Athinon avenue, Athene 124 61, Greece
    • National Archaeological Museum

      THE Archeologikon Mousion holds more masterpieces of ancient art than anywhere else. Spanning perhaps 7,000 years, exhibits represent every period of ancient Greek history and every site underneath from the world of the ancient Greeks.

      Located at Patission 44. Open Mon 12.30am7pm, Tues-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat-Sun 8.30am-3pm. Marble and bronze statues, vases and archaeological treasures from prehistoric times to the Byzantine era, including the acclaimed Minoan frescoes from Santorini. The best museum of Greek artifacts.

      You will want to dedicate at least half a day to browsing through the fabulous treasury of sculpture, frescos, vases, jewelry, figurines, coins and everyday implements, and no matter how

      National Archaeological Museum 28is Oktovriou 44, Athina 106 82, Greece
    • Omonia Square
      Omonia Square is a massive, roaring roundabout whose radiating streets link the capital to its mainland provinces. Beneath its central fountains lie the central subway station and a shopping centre.

      Though the cafes and neon signs recall Piccadilly Circus or Times Square – only more grimy – Omonia, which means ‘concord’, is the most representative of all Athenian squares. It’s a focal point for Greeks visiting from the countryside, and here life surges on in the streets and the kafeneia (coffee houses) with insouciant disregard for foreign tourists.
      Omonia Square Omonoia Square, Athina 104 31, Greece
    • Athens

      Athens is Europe's southern-most capital city and the gateway to Greece and the ancient world. Its renowned hallmark is the gleaming marble of the monuments of the Acropolis, which rise triumphantly above the city, proud survivors of the ravages of man and time.

      People have dwelt on this rock for some 5,000 years — a lineage so ancient as to make all other European cities seem young by comparison.

      Below, in the ancient Agora, or marketplace, Socrates held his dialogues, and the system of democracy e know today had its beginning, making Athens the cradle of Western civilization. It is this rich history that continues, to act as a magnet for travellers throughout the world. Modern Athens is far removed from the elegant splendour of its classical ruins.

      The sprawl of steel and concrete retches up into the surrounding hills as far as the eye can see. (Remarkably for a city of this size, there are no skyscrapers and under a dozen tall buildings.) Aesthetics have fallen by the wayside during the 20th century, for a massive influx of rural Greeks and repatriated countrymen from Turkey has made a necessity of rapid (and frenzied) growth.

      Today, metropolitan Athens, along with the adjoining city and port of Piraeus, is home to more than 4 million people, a figure that equals nearly half the population of the entire country.

      It is fitting, too, that the venerable monuments of Athens, built by the ancient citizens, should still stand in the viable heart of their descendants. Historian Thomas William Rolleston wrote: "The elements which in the most remote times have entered into nation’s composition endure through all its history, and help to mould that history, and to stamp the character and genius of the people."

      Athens has always been a world crossroads. Having dealt with invaders throughout its history, the city has coped well with the tourist bombardment of recent years (Greece receives around 10 million visitors a year!). Even those heading for the islands often spend at least a night or two in Athens, and for many, this is a destination in its own right. If the urban din gets too much, mountain villages, get- away islands and beaches are easily accessible.

      Athens, a city very much on the move, absorbs effortlessly its waves of visitors, while straining its Hellenic ingenuity for greater commercial and in industrial prominence. Yet in the end, regardless of how modern it becomes or the extent of the progress it achieves, it will always uphold the splendid heritage evoked by its very name.

      One of the oldest remaining cities on the face of the planet, Athens has stood at the center of the world for thousands of years as a leader in philosophy, history, culture, and mythology. From places such as the Acropolis—often credited as the birthplace of modern civilization—with the Parthenon, the Erectheon, and temples to Zeus, Agora, Athena, and Dionysus, to places such as the National Archeological Museum or the harbor of Piraeus, Athens is a symbol of what Europe has been over the millennia: the birthplace of the humanities. 

      Classical Athens is how most people prefer to remember the city, and it is the basis for the tourism that forms the major industry of this Greek city. It was the centre for arts, philosophy, science, math, and more. Plato’s Academy was based here, as was Aristotle’s Lyceum, and it was here that democracy was first born. In fact, many people call this the cradle of Western civilization, and the proof of that has been well-preserved over the years. In addition, the city was host to the first modern Olympic Games back in 1896, hearkening back to the times when the ancient games had been hosted in Olympia from 776 B.C. to 393 A.D. 

      Athens, Greece
    • Greece Athens Tours
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      Greece Athens Tours Pireos 16, Athina 105 52, Greece
    • Agiou Andreou
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      Agiou Andreou, Athina 115 27, Greece
    • Mount Lycabettus Viewing Area
      For spectacular views of the city, take the cable car at the end of Ploutarchou in Kolonaki.
      Mount Lycabettus Viewing Area Parthenon,, Athina 114 71, Greece
    • Eleftheriou Venizelou

      Panepistimiou (also called Venixelou), with several 19th-century neoclassical buildings, runs parallel with Stadiou.  Either are a great way to walk from Syntagma Square to Omonia Square and catch some sights.

      The first building you’ll pass is the former home of German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann (1822-90), who found the ancient palace of Troy and underneath the tombs at Mycenae. Up under roof you’ll see engraved ‘IIiou Melathron’ (palace on troy).

      Further along you’ll find the Academy of Arts, the University and the National Library. Their sculpted, gilded facades mimis the classical style. Athena and Apollo stand atop the Ionic columns at the Academy, while Socrates and Plato sit at the entrance. The Library has nearly a million books and manuscripts, including amazing hand-illuminated Gospels of the 19th and 11th centuries.

      Eleftheriou Venizelou El. Venizelou, Athina, Greece
    • Archaeological Museum of Eleusis
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      Archaeological Museum of Eleusis Perikleous 10, Elefsina 192 00, Greece
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      ΚΛΑΥΘΜΩΝΟΣ Athens 105 61, Greece

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    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 9.3 82.8 48.7 32.6
    Feb 9.8 61.7 49.6 24.3
    Mar 11.7 53.1 53.1 20.9
    Apr 15.5 30.1 59.9 11.9
    May 19.8 26.7 67.6 10.5
    Jun 23.8 16.3 74.8 6.4
    Jul 26.8 6 80.2 2.4
    Aug 26.8 9.3 80.2 3.7
    Sep 23.3 25.1 73.9 9.9
    Oct 19.1 59.9 66.4 23.6
    Nov 14.6 79.8 58.3 31.4
    Dec 11.3 92.9 52.3 36.6

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      • Hiking in nature and drinks or eating at the shelter. Ideal near getaway.
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