The Church of Saints Asomati is founded in the 11th century and was renovated to its original state in 1960. The architecture of this church is typical for the Byzantine churches of this era.
Church of Saint George is at the top of Lykavittos hill, it was built in 1780.
The Arch of Hadrian or Hadrian's Gate is a Roman triumphal arch that was built for the arrival of the Roman Emperor Hadrian to the city of Athens.more
In the 2nd century AD, in the year 130 the Temple was built completely after many centuries. There were originally 104 Corinthian columns built. Today, 15 columns remain existing. This temple was dedicated to Olympian Zeus, the head of the Olympian Gods. The Temple of Olympian Zeus is a very interesting historical place to visit in Athens.more
Lord Byron was a famous and romantic poet who loved Greece. This statue is in a form of a woman crowning Lord Byron and was built in 1896 after his death mourned the Greeks deeply.more
The Parliament assigned 155000 square meters of public land to build the National Garden and is located behind the Greek Parliament building. Some ancient ruins, columns and other features you can see in the garden.more
The Zappeion is in the National Gardens of Athens and is mainly used for ceremonies and meetings both for the private sector and for the public.more
In 1840, The Royal garden was completed by Queen Amalia of Oldenburg. In 1920, the garden was renamed “National Garden” and opened to the public moving its entrance to the 12 palms that Queen Amalia planted. Inside you can find a small café, children’s library and playground, a Botanical Museum and a duck pond.more
The Diomidous Botanical Garden is a huge area of 1860 square meters that hosts over 2500 different plants. A botanical garden is an ideal place for nature lovers and families.more
In 335 BC this place was founded by Aristotle a Greek philosopher as a Peripatetic School. The park was opened to the public in 2014 with an idea to integrate the city's glorious past into Athens everyday life.more
The Byzantine and Christian Museum have two sections, the "Byzantium era" and "from Byzantium to the modern era". The museum was established in 1914 but the collections inside completed in 2010. Approximately 30,000 works of art are presented in expansive way and well-lit,
Officially known as Thira, Santorini is located in the Aegean sea and represents one of the Cyclades islands. In the 16th century the island was devastated by a colossal volcano eruption and what remains of it is the city of Santorini that we know these days. Its two principal cities are Fira and Oia must ...
Another Cyclades island of the Aegean Sea, Mykonos is famous for its marvelous beaches and fabulous nightlife. This city is known as "The island of the winds' and is a very friendly tourism city especially for the party people. A lot of churches and landmarks are located in Mykonos too and you have to try ...
The largest Dodecanese island, Rhodes is a touristic place in Greece and is known as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Once in Rhodes you must visit the different ancient ruins of the island and the Old Town which is a very interesting touristic place. Dont forget to try the delicious ...
A Seaport town in Greece, situated in the Peloponnese, Nafplio was known as a very important seaport and was the capital of the kingdom of Greece. There, tourists can find many interesting things to do in Nafplio, this town is home to the famous "Palamidi fortress" and the "Bourtzi Castle". Enjoying your ...