A colourful neighbourhood that received a facelift before the Olympic Games in 2004, Psyrri is a gentrified district in central Athens. Filled with fashionable bars, hip restaurants and a vibrant nightlife, Psyrri is a fun area to explore by day or by night.
Granted, you won’t find museums or ancient monuments to visit while you are there, but Psyrri certainly has a lot of sights that attracts hundreds of visitors. This includes the little street of Pittaki, which lead to Little Kook, a fascinating fantasy-inspired cafe where you can enjoy decadent dessert served in Alice in Wonderland tableware and take a selfie in front of a real horse-drawn carriage.
However, Psyrri’s most striking feature is that it is a real open-air street art gallery. Covering walls, store and house facades, parking lots and everything in between, graffiti is everywhere in Psyrri. From colourful murals covering an entire facade to small doodles, you will see it all. While some have no artistic value, others convey a message or adorn the walls with a sense of beauty.
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