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On northeast slope of Acropolis rock | On northeast slope of Acropolis rock, 999-20, Athens 99920, Greece
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On northeast slope of Acropolis rock | On northeast slope of Acropolis rock, 999-20, Athens 99920, Greece
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Reviewed 31 May 2016

One of the most beautiful places in Athens. Anafiotika reminds me of the Greek isles but in the city!

Thank evans47
Reviewed 30 May 2016

A little neighborhood that travels you to a new place. Stairs with pillows were people sit and enjoy the coffee they are served by the local coffee shops. Ideal for young people.

Thank Zzoii
Reviewed 25 May 2016

a very nice walk in the center of athens which travels you away to a greek island Anafi. The story of the place says that this area long ago was given to workers from Anafi who had came to Greece in order to build the...More

Thank Ster Z
Reviewed 24 May 2016

It is a place full of action and hustle and bustle.It is the heart of the inner city; one can find cafe's , restaurants and many souvenir shops ( whose quality is questionable) to bring sth back home

Thank Δήμητρα Μ
Reviewed 16 May 2016

Great place to walk maybe get a bite to eat or a gelato when taking a break from seeing the multiple sites. It was 32 degrees in the shade.

Thank chickandbeast
Reviewed 14 May 2016 via mobile

Average food, the only nice plate was mpougiournti (really worth it). Overall nice place but nothing special to make you want to go again.

Thank Niki K
Reviewed 5 May 2016

This neighborhood is below the pantheon. You have to climb up to it and then you are taken back in time to whitewash buildings- very narrow alleys. It was a joy to be up here.

Thank Paris4us063
Reviewed 5 May 2016

We followed the Rick Steves' Athens City Tour and found ourselves walking up the little walkways in this cute neighborhood reminiscent of the Cyclades or Greek islands. It is a pretty short walk here actually. There are colorfully painted doors and nice flowers. It is...More

Thank dolooper
Reviewed 4 May 2016

One of my favourite places in Athens! If you don't have time to go to one of the Greek islands, you can easily satisfy your yearning in Anafiotika. Built by islander builders a century ago, this area is full of small, white-washed houses, colorful geraniums...More

Thank eleagian
Reviewed 30 April 2016

Anafiotika was built by islander who also constructed the Royal Palace (nowadays parliament). I like visiting an island in the middle of Athens. Not a good place to visit for older people with orthopedic problems. The alleys are narrow and steep. Also avoid the place...More

Thank barbarigou2016
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Debbie J
Hi, We are visiting Athens in June and are keen to see Anafiotika. I am a little confused where it is exactly...google maps says near Acropolis museum but others say near Roman Agora ? Help !!
23 March 2017|
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Response from annettefromm | Reviewed this property |
Hi Anafiotika is not on the side of the Acropolis where the museum is. It's on the Plaka side. Adrianou is the main shopping street in the Plaka. If you climb the narrow streets towards the Acropolis and above the Agora... More