Adrianou Pedestrian Street

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One of the most beautiful walks in Athens, it connects Monastiraki with Thiseio. The pedestrian street took its name from the library of the library of the Roman emperor Hadrian, parts of which are still at Monastiraki square. Parallel with the Ancient Agora, it is an ideal location for a coffee and a lunch with a view to the temple of Hephaestus, Stoa of Attalos and the Acropolis.
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