This is the lical hang out spot.. lots of restaurants and the more upscale place for a bit of high end shopping. Kolonaki is not too far from syntagma square. Its really a clean and very nice more laid back area.
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A lovely affluent area of Athens. Friendly locals. Lots of nice shops & eateries - chain and independent. Near Lycabettus Hill and near several nice hotels and restaurants. Several of Athens hospitals near to this area also. Its a lovely area to walk around.
Between syntagma square and Lycabetus hill Kolonaki is one of the most premium areas in Greece where many celebrities , politicians and artist use to live!!!you can find some of the best stores for shoppings and many places for food and drink !!the center of...More
Kolonaki is full of eateries. It seems to be the place to be for the locals. We had a lovely walk through and stopped off for a drink in one of the coffee shops. A very nice place to have a walk, especially on a...More
If you are looking for a place where the locals go you have to visit Kolonaki and the surrounding streets! Do not miss going to Yolenis, Solonos 9, the best mediteranean food experiece in Kolonaki, just 100 m from the square!
This area is wonderful for walking shopping eating and taking in a completely different part of Athens. The upscale shops welcomed us and we thoroughly enjoyed the polite customer service at each and every boutique. Housed in buildings that epitomized the past, the indoor displays...More
It's probably one of the highest class spots in Athens. Situated in the center, it's accessible by foot or public transportation. You can do a lot of shopping, rather expensive and get a nce entertainment as well. There's a touch of high class, that you...More
Check out the roadside cafes. They bake their own breads! One can sit for hours and watch the traffic go by. The food is excellent and the people are warm. Don't miss this
Nothing special, no reason for any tourist to visit it. There's a small common and dirty square with 5 benches. Heavy traffic around, 2-3 cafe with iron chairs and small round tables confined with each other. Nothing interesting to see around, only some shoe or...More