As it is so close to the Acropolis, Plaka remains consistently the predominant area of accommodation and entertainment for visitors from abroad and locals alike.
Some of its attractive features include small squares, notable museums and the beautiful Cathedral of the Metropolis, as well as too many places to stay, eat and enjoy a drink.
The pedestrian streets make it a pleasant escape from the city’s notorious traffic. Adrianos and Kythathenaion Streets include many souvenir shops with more elegant options, compared to the flea market at Monastiraki.
The most enjoyable district for visitors is uphill, approaching the Acropolis, where the old stone houses with tiles are still preserved. Up there you can find green corners and quaint little taverns overlooking the ancient rock.
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