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Park
“Its first name for the National Garden until 1974 was "Royal Garden". The park is located next to the Greek Parliament and extends to the south where the Zappeion Palace is located opposite the Panathinaikos Stadium where the first Modern Olympic Games were held in 1896. The National Garden is 15.5 hectares. It is located in the center of Athens and, adding the garden of Zappeion with an area of ​​13 hectares, the park has an area of ​​28.5 hectares, ie a total of 285 acres. The garden houses ancient ruins, columns, mosaics, etc. At its southeastern end are the busts of Ioannis Kapodistrias, the great Philelina Eynardos, while at its southern end is the bust of the national poet Dionysios Solomos and Aristotle.”
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Other Great Outdoors
“Philopappou, or the Hill of the Muses, is one of three forested peaks facing the Acropolis that each played an important role in ancient Athens. The Athenian Assembly met on the Pnyx, while the third was known for a sanctuary dedicated to the Nymphs. These wooded hills cover a total area of some 180 acres. Some of the most delightful scenery is along a stone-laid path winding through the shallow canyon between these hills. Excavations here have uncovered the Koile Road, the primary route for transporting merchandise between Athens and the harbour of Piraeus in antiquity. Look closely and you’ll see the tracks left by carts on the rock surface—a wonderful contrast with the arty street furnishings and ingeniously-designed pathways designed by Greek architect Dimitris Pikionis in the 1950s.”
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Pelabuhan / Marina
“About half-way from Glyfada to the centre of Athens you’ll be at Faliron, which has the swankiest marina in Greece. Drop by at the Flisvos Marina to see scores of super-yachts owned by magnates and visiting sheikhs and oligarchs. On the marina is a grassy park and a clutch of bars and restaurants.”
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Park
“Only 13 min (1.1 km) buy foot. Pedion Areos is a large park . You can run walk or have a pik nik in a real beautiful place . A green oasis in the athens hurt”
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Tapak Bersejarah
“For gastronomy and no only. One neighbour greek loves, for food and cocktails. No so touristic atmosphere for this tourist loves.”
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Kejiranan
“Rising to nearly 300 metres, Lycabettus Hill (Lykavittos to the locals) towers over Athens. Geology assigns it to the Tourkovounia ridge, but mythology explains it as a rock Athena was carrying to fortify the Acropolis, but dropped when she was startled by a cow. The old quarry, which has been converted to an open-air theatre (now temporarily closed for restoration), seems to confirm this account. Starting your visit from Lycabettus will help you get your bearings, as the summit offers a panoramic view of Athens that on a clear day stretches to the island of Aegina. Agios Georgios, the medieval white-washed church at the top, is as small up close as it looks from afar and was originally a monk’s refuge. The short cable-car ride is the quickest way up, but walk down for different views of the city through the pines. Plan a stop at Ayii Isidori, the hill’s second church. It conceals the entrance to a tunnel that Greeks fighters used to escape the city during the independence revolt. ”
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Tapak Bersejarah
“The oldest cemetery in Ancient Athens. This site is a great insight into ancient Athenian life. There was a lot to see in terms of gravestone traditions and information plaques too. The site is also home to a small museum with more artifacts to see. The most impressive gravestones and statues from this site are housed in the Archaeological Museum of Athens. There was once ancient Greek buildings here and a gate house of the city wall built by Thermistocles. Later, the Romans added there architecture and buildings too to the site. If you study the gravestones at Kerameikos you will notice the progress and evolving use of the paterna as a symbol of death used when making offerings to the gods. In the oldest gravestone designs, this was basic and appears as a shield or circles. In later designs at the same site, you will see the patera take the gradual stylized form of a flower. These patera patterns inspired the same designs we see in modern architecture.”
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Kejiranan
“After lunch, walk around Lofos Strefi – the neighbourhood’s famous hill. A climb up the graffiti covered concrete steps and verdant fields to the top yields beautiful results: the view of surrounding Athens is rivalled only by the imposing and more touristy Lycabettus, which sits just behind Strefi. The hill is fairly unkempt, making parts of the terrain less stable than others, so make sure to take care when climbing down.”
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Playground
“Best view from the top of the fortress. Take lots of pictures. Wear comfy shoes to reach the top”
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Park
“Multi-purpose park with children play garden, cafeterias, dog parks, near to yacht marine with taverns and Cafe. Slightly higher than usual prices.”
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Playground
“The most famous Church in the area , just in front of the sea with stunning view. ”
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Plaza
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Kafe
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Plaza
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Park
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Pantai

Beach
“Go here to have one of the best views and admire one of the highest bridges in the area! Go down from the stairs and make the trekking tour of the canal.”
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Beach
“Myrtos beach has a wild beauty and it has continuesly been voted as the best Greek beach but also among the best beaches worldwide. The colors of the water change according to the currents that move around the white calcic sediments of the mountain. I recommend to check the weather before going since it can be a dangerous when there are waves. Note that some rocks on the hill are unstable and can suddenly fall hence do not sit right under the cliff and if visiting the cave at the far left side of the beach pay extra attention.”
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Beach
“Porto Katsiki is the island’s most famous beach, that gets busy in high season. Starting from our pansion, you should take 45 minutes of driving to reach this outstanding beach and enjoy the coloured water. You go down a path with a hundred steps from the parking area (with plenty of canteens) or reach it by boat from Nydri and Vassilki.”
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Beach
“Undoubtedly ‘the best’ Athens beach experience, Astir is a fully organized ‘5 star’ Greek beach experience. High end! Area: Vouliagmeni. www.astir-beach.com”
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Beach
“Sandy beach stretching on for kilometers, with clear blue water, great for kids. Unbeatable sunset.”
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Beach
“Utmost northwest of Corfu, in the very corner, you will find a wonderful and very special natural phenomenon named Canal d'Amour- literally Canal of Love. With a name like that, you may wonder what it is. The fact is that it is a wonderful attraction, a must to visit during your holiday on Corfu. Several rock formations form the wonderful environment. They are scattered here and there in the clear blue Ionian Sea, separated by the water. The wonderful shapes of the yellowish 'islands', cut through the water and soar gloriously against the skyline. It looks like a group of very careful stacked sandbars, which in a way it is. It is fascinating to see how water can erode the landscape given enough time. For sure, they give the surrounding area of Sidari a very personal touch.”
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Beach
“Incredibile! Never miss to sea this place. If you want you can also have a trekking adventure. Water light blu:)”
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Beach
“I think it's for anyone who loves the beach, just be cautious with young children.”
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Denai

Denai
“Il sentiero delle cipolliane è un'esperienza immersiva nella natura più incontaminata del Salento, in bilico tra l'azzurro del cielo e il blu del mare. Si tratta di un itinerario rurale su un sentiero che costeggia le coste a strapiombo sul mare del basso adriatico, di circa 2,5km. Ponte Ciolo (famoso per i tuffi) e il vecchio Porto di Novaglie sono gli estremi di questo percorso.”
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Denai
“The Karababa castle built by the Ottomans in 1684 on the protection of Halkida by the Venetians. Designed by Venetian Gerolimo Galopo and its architecture is more European than Ottoman. ”
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Denai
“The picturesque islets of Romvi, Koronisi and Daskaleio await you to take a swim in their emerald beaches and to enjoy a hike. Koronisi: It is the third little island opposite the port of Tolo. On the island, there is a chapel of “Agioi Apostoloi” (Holy Apostles) Daskalio- the little church of Zoodochou Pigi (Life Giving Spring): It is a small church dating back from the year 1688 and is located on “Daskalio”, a tiny island hidden behind the island Romvi. It is said that during the period of the Turkish rule, there was a “secret school” – “kryfo scholeio” on the island. In that "secret school", priests tried to teach children in secret their language and their history in order to maintain their heritage. Today Daskalio remains untouched by humans, despite the many visitors who undertake a pilgrimage to the chapel, or just go to the island for a swim. Romvi or the island of Aphrodite: One of the two small islands that adorn the Gulf. One can find sections and walls of a medieval castle, scattered ruins of a Venetian naval base and various buildings and houses.”
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