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Spacious and modern apartment in the central Athens area of Pagrati, fully renovated and great aesthetics tailored to the needs of travelers. The neighborhood, is literally located in Pagrati, in a very central point which is in 24-hour cycle very alive. It is a 15-minute walk from the 'Evangelismos' Metro Station and a 15-minute walk from the 'Kallimarmaro Stadium'. On the opposite diagonal square there is a supermarket 'Sklavenitis' as well as shops of grocery, bakery, souvlaki and that one can imagine. Several bus lines & trolleybus passes, while there is a 24-hour taxi rank. Examples are the 054 to Syntagma Square, 209 to Monastiraki, 11 to the Archaeological Museum of Athens, etc.
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AU$63 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Pangrati or Pagrati (Greek: Παγκράτι) is a neighborhood in the Municipality of Athens, Greece. It is bordered by the Kolonaki (Κολωνάκι) neighborhood to the west, the Ilisia (Ιλίσια) neighborhood and the Kaisariani (Καισαριανή) municipality to the north, the Vyronas (Βύρωνας) and Dafni-Ymittos (Δάφνη-Υμηττός) municipalities to the east, and the Neos Kosmos (Νέος Κόσμος) neighborhood to the south. It is not to be confused as a separate suburb, as it is part of the City of Athens proper. However, it is frequently mistaken as such, possibly because of it bordering the actual suburbs of Vyronas and Kaisariani. One of the most important landmarks of Pangrati is the Panathinaiko Stadium that hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896.
Car not needed
How to get there
Airport: Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport: 25.0 km