Lots of fun and a reminder that the true wonders of Athens may not be in the dead past but in the very alive present, which is strongly connected with the past.
Get lost in the most alternative neighborhoods of Athens, learn their history, visit secret corners, traditional coffee shops, wander in the open museum of the Athenian street art, enjoy the really great view with super local and authentic places in Athens. We head through Flea Market and Thiseion to Kerameikos ancient cemetery. You will see the the modern street art in an ancient road, where is the birth place of the ancient graffiti art...
Wandering through the streets of Psiri you will learn about the one of the coolest neigborhood of Athens, its history. Psiri has always had a reputation of being anti-establishment. Walking through Psiri in the daytime is deceiving. The streets are filled with working class people and the former leather craftsman district still contains a variety of shops and businesses that might be described as practical or business oriented. A neighborhood full of Street Art, cool bars, galleries, theaters, and young people
Reaching the Athens Public Market, you will see the butchers come from generations of butchers who have had stalls in the market for more than a century. You will see the fishes and you listen the voices of the merchants. We will check the stores that sell olives. There are also spice shops, cheese shops, canned goods, dry goods. We can visit the two working class restaurants in the meat market and the secret underground restaurant at the bottom of the vegetable market. We can visit also the most interesting road of Athens full of plant and seed stores, the excellent herb and spice stores Our next stop is Exarheia area is also a historical area it is close to the Universities of Athens that’s why always it is full of young people, we can say that always there is “revolutionary” atmosphere. It is an area full of coffee shops, bars and also traditional restaurants, nice neoclassical buildings, amazing street art and small shops.
Finally we head to the Neoclassical trilogy of Athens, and the most cool square of Athens.