Museum of Traditional Greek Ceramics
The Mosque of Tzistarakis (built in 1759) is one of few surviving examples of a tzami (mosque) in Athens. It houses this annexe of the...
To the north of the Roman Agora is this vast 2nd-century-AD library, the largest structure erected by Hadrian. It included a cloistered...
The central courtyard cafe at Taf, surrounded by crumbling 1870s brick buildings, fills with an eclectic young crowd. The rest functions...
Six degrees of separation, indeed. The rustic rear garden courtyard here is the place for quiet chats with coffee and drinks, while the...
On a pleasant square opposite Agia Irini church, this old-style virtual hole-in-the wall joint churns out tasty souvlaki and kebabs,...
Lonely Planet review
In the heart of Athens’ souvlaki hub, at the end of Mitropoleos, Thanasis is known for its kebabs on pitta with grilled tomato and onions.