Archaeological Museum of Keramikos
The city’s cemetery from the 12th century BC to Roman times, Keramikos was originally a settlement for potters who were attracted by the...
Street of Tombs
Leading off the Sacred Way to the left as you head away from the city is the Street of Tombs. This avenue was reserved for the tombs of...
This well-established gallery showcases prominent Greek artists and an impressive list of international artists, from abstract American...
In an industrial Bauhaus building near Gazi, this avant-garde multilevel warren has a bar, live performances, art and new-media...
To Steki tou Ilia
You’ll often see people waiting for a table at this psistaria (restaurant serving grilled food), famous for its tasty grilled lamb and...
Archaeological Museum of Keramikos information
Lonely Planet review
The small museum at Keramikos was established by its benefactor, Gustav Oberlaender, a German-American stocking manufacturer. It contains stelae and sculptures from the site, as well as a good collection of vases and terracotta figurines.