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  • Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum Athens

    Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum

    Where: In the central suburb of Makrigianni, at the base of the Acropolis
    Why Go: One of the few museums in the world dedicated to contemporary jewellery and decorative arts
    We Loved: The visionary collections inspired by modern technology, astronomy, nature and medicine
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  • Best Restaurants in Athens Orizontes Lycabettus Hill

    Upscale restaurants in Athens

    If you want to turn up the ante on your food experience, here’s our pick of the best upscale restaurants in Athens. Athenian chefs seem to be getting much more in tune with their culinary roots and the shift could very well be inspired by the high-quality local produce available. The restaurants listed below have…

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  • Acropolis Museum Events Underground Excavation

    EVENTS AT THE ACROPOLIS MUSEUM

    Where: Acropolis Museum
    When: February & March 2020
    Why Go: See one of the world's greatest museums
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  • Ancient Epidaurus Theatre Programme Tickets

    Getting to the ancient theatre of Epidaurus from Athens

    Visiting the Epidaurus theatre is an absolute highlight and particularly when there is a performance scheduled. There are daily buses that can take you direct or via the pretty town of Nafplion. Buses depart from the bus depot located in Kifissos. Special bus timetables operate to co-ordinate with theatre performances.

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  • National Archaeological Museum Horse Why Athens City Guide

    7 things you must see at the National Archaeological Museum

    The National Archaeological Museum is the largest museum in Greece with some of the greatest collections of antiquities in the world. The museum was established in 1829 to house and protect antiquities from all over Greece and has operated from its neo-classical home in Athens since 1889. There are over 11,000 exhibits dating as far back as the Neolithic…

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  • Theocharakis Human Form

    THE HUMAN FORM IN THE 20TH CENTURY

    Where: B & M Theocharakis Foundation, Syntagma
    When: On now until 26 April 2020
    Why Go: A fascinating look at C20th Greek artworks
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