At the alleys of Plaka

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Plaka, the “district the Gods”, is undoubtedly the most picturesque location of Athens. Paved alleys and neoclassical houses create a unique scenery that enchants the visitors traveling them to other periods of time.

Throughout the area there are taverns, restaurants and cafes, souvenir and folk art shops, museums, modern monuments and many churches, some of which are true masterpieces of Byzantine and post Byzantine architecture. Explore the alleys and go to Anafiotika, a district that was created in the 19th century by the people of Anafi, famous craftsmen and constructors, who worked for the construction of king Otto’s palace.
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