This beautifully refurbished 17th-century hammam is the only surviving public bathhouse in Athens and one of the few remnants of Ottoman...
Museum of Greek Popular Instruments
More than 1200 folk instruments dating from the 18th century are exhibited over three floors, with headphones for visitors to listen to...
Tower of the Winds
The well-preserved Tower of the Winds was built in the 1st century BC by a Syrian astronomer named Andronicus. The octagonal monument of...
Popular full-sized stage and dance floor; in summer, there’s more sedate live music on the terrace.
Palia Taverna Tou Psara
Away from the main hustle of Plaka, this taverna is a cut above the rest and fills tables cascading across the street. It is known as...
Lonely Planet review
This age-old Plaka taverna, with an antiquated menu in several badly translated languages, sits in a pleasant village-style square away from the main tourist drag. Dig into reliable home-style fare, such as chicken with okra, at tables under a giant plane tree. No credit cards.