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Even though it’s far from the center, I was very happy that I decided to go. We were several so we took an Uber, which is faster than the metro, but if you have time the metro is ok. It’s an abandoned park, all conceived...More
We went for an AEK Championship game on a weekday. The stadium can be seen far away and it’s awesome architecture is equally admirable near by. The traffic was really bad and it took an hour by taxi to the stadium from downtown Athens. Atmosphere...More
This once beautiful Olympic site is now, to a large extent, abandoned and falling apart. Some of the stadiums are still intact and, I assume, still in use but the overall area is depressing to see. One bright spark is that some construction seems to...More
The Athens Olympic Park is worth the visit because of the interesting and well-known design made by the famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. It has all the characteristics of his work and you can still enjoy the beauty of the parabolic arch at the entrance...More
As an admirer of the architecture and buildings of Santiago Calatrava we couldn’t miss the opportunity to visit the 2004 Olympic site!
The Calatrava’s buildings, particularly steel arches forming the Agora Archway Tunnel, are still impressive and you can get a feel how magnificent the...More
Although not totally abandoned this place is great to see some of the old, albeit 12 year old Olympic Park for Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Only 3 of the pools are still in use. The place is run down graffiti strewn and rusting. you can...More
This place was very disappointing. It was almost completely abandoned and uncared for. We wandered through the complex and envisioned what it must have looked like 13 years earlier full of people from all over the world. So sad that the country went to such...More