Around the Acropolis rock there are many places of archaeological interest, as well as picturesque neighborhoods. Making the round of the rock you will get a complete picture of the area with such a unique color that leaves unique impressions to thousands of visitors every year.
Plaka is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Athens, located right below the Acropolis hill. It is extremely beautiful and picturesque, distinguished for its authentic character and traditional layout. Plaka was the center of ancient Athens and today lie many archeological sites, like the Ancient Agora, the Tower of the Winds, the Temple of Zeus, the Acropolis and the Herodes Atticus. In the wider region there are many museums, bars, Greek taverns and cafes.
Anafiotika, on the northern slopes of Acropolis hill, right next to the entrance of the Ancient Agora, is a historic neighborhood, occupying the northern Acropolis Hill slope. A place with a Cycladic touch, built by settlers of the Aegean island of Anafi, hence the name. The scenery is magical and the streets have much to "tell" you about the mystical and architectural splendor of Athens.
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