Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car

Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car Athens from above: to Lycabettus with the cable car
The peculiarity of the geography of the Attic basin which is surrounded by hills, but also the elevations within the city, creating vantage points from which one can admire Athens. A walk to Anafiotika, Lycabettus, Kolonaki, Strefi Hill or Philopappos hill is necessary. If you want to move away from the city Hymettus, Penteli and Parnitha are close enough for a short excursion. The terraces in areas like Monastiraki, Gazi and Kerameikos provide unique images of night Athens.
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Walk around Syntagma square
The most central square of Athens, opposite the building of the Parliament. Visit the National Garden to enjoy a small island of vegetation and calm in the heart of the city or head down Ermou street and witness the busy market.
Ride with the open bus
See and photograph the most important sites of Athens from above! The double open bus starts from Syntagma for a unique ride to the centre of the city with a tour to museums, monuments and historical locations in the city.
At the alleys of Plaka
Plaka, the “district the Gods”, is undoubtedly the most picturesque location of Athens.