Waking up in this house is an exquisite experience. It is an ideal choice for couples visiting Athens seeking a romantic accommodation retreat or a group of up to 4 people. The pool at the balcony in front of the Acropolis, the furnished verandas with that breath taking view of Athens and its modern and stylish design will offer you an accommodation experience in Athens that you will never forget.
Psyrri area is widely known both by locals and tourists for its café-bars and taverns, which offer live music spectacles, and all kinds of eateries. If you visit Athens, you cannot just skip this district and not admire its history and picturesque scenery, reminding of an Athens of the past with modern traits scattered all over. Wander around its alleys and streets on foot and surrender to the history Psyrri has to offer you.
And just a few steps away lies Monastiraki square and the flea market. The square is the connecting point of multiculturality. There you will witness the way people of different cultures, religions and mentality come together and co-exist all over the place. The square is surrounded by little shops and eateries, but you can also admire the Tzistarakis Mosque, which is a part of the Museum of Greek Folk Art. If you get the chance, visit the small Church of the Pantanassa (or of the Dormition of Theotokos), facing Monastiraki station. Next stop: Avissinias Square. The square is located near Monastiraki Square, just a few meters down Ifaistou Street. This street is well-known for its flea market (resembling more to a “bazaar”) of shops lined next to each other, offering everything you can think of. Avissinias square is one of the most remarkable places of Athens you shouldn’t miss. It is full of antique shops, displaying everything from furniture and decorations to clothes and books. Among the locals, the square is also known as “Yussuroum”, which was named after the Jewish antique dealer Noah Yussuroum, who settled with his family in Monastiraki in the mid-19th century.
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