Athens

by annamarisax

Athens, The city of the Greek Gods

A short day visit to Athens on the way to Santorini 

After waking up I decided to explore the most famous coastal spot in Athens The Port of Piraeus. However the hunger got me so strong that I didn’t end up taking pictures of it, although I have photos of the delicious Greek food.

I decided to try the trip advisor #1 restaurant in Piraeus « Grill Piraeus » http://www.portogrill.gr. It was an excellent choice. The food was delicious and the costumer service was extraordinary. The owner himself made sure we were served well and he showed me the new part of restaurant. At the end he recommended us beautiful spots in Santorini. I was Happy after a great lunch – Thank you « Porto Grill »

First view-point. On the way to explore the ancient Acropolis. Good news for students! If you have a student ID you can get in for free. Otherwise the cheapest entry ticket is 20 euro.

With the wind in my hair and Athens at my feet…

In front of the entrance to the Main Ancient Temples

Temple on the hills

On my way to the view-point

Already in love with Athens <3

The Greek Gods must have had an amazing daily views…

Felling just like the greek Goddess…

Happiness that comes from discovery…

The golden hour on top of the Acropolis Hills…

Sun going down behind the Parthenon

Temple of Athena Nike is my favourite one. It makes me think of the woman’s strength, wisdom, power and independence.

Enjoying the last moments of the sun shine

After visiting Acropolis I decided to explore the surroundings. We took one of the routes going down to the quiet area of the city.

A short walk down from the Acropolis

We found this beautiful quiet restaurant

Eating below the Acropolis 

The traditional Greek vegetarian specialities: grilled feta in honey sauce, warm pita breads, fresh Tzatziki, tomato colander salad finished with delicate greek Rose.

You may also like

0 comment

Athens the city of the Greek Gods | Beauty of our world 19 avril 2017 - 14 h 47 min

[…] Athens the city of the Greek Gods […]

Reply

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More