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National Archaeological Museum in Athens28-01-2015 13:44
A visit to Athens should include a visit to the National Archaeological Museum, which is the largest of the kind in Greece and one of the most important in the world, devoted to ancient Greek art.
It was founded at the end of the 19th century to house and protect antiquities from all over Greece, thus displaying their historical, cultural and artistic value. Its abundant collections, with more than 11.000 exhibits, provide a panorama of Greek civilization from the beginnings of Prehistory to Late Antiquity.
The permanent exhibitions include prehistoric antiquities, sculpture, metalwork, vases and minor arts, Egyptian antiquities and Cypriotic antiquities.
Athens National Archaeological Museum is located in the city center:
44 Patission Street, Athens, 10682, Greece
Tel.: +30 210 8217724 & +30 210 8217717
Fax: +30 210 8213573 & +30 210 8230800
Monday from 13.30 to 20.00
Tuesday - Sunday from 08.30 to 15.00
The Museum is closed on 25th and 26th of December, 1st January, 25th of March (national holiday), Orthodox Easter Sunday and 1st of May.
Touristorama has been travelling all around Greece and its islands for over a decade. This year, during our trip to Naxos, the biggest of the Cyclades complex, we discovered an interesting spot, perfect for your night out on the island… which is what we do best: finding the best places and then propose you should visit them! Prime is a Scandinavian Bar, located on a privileged position in Chora of Naxos, opposite the port. It’s been operating for 21 years and enjoys a great fame to both foreign and local tourists.
We have been choosing Parea Tavern for our meals and dinners for 14 years! Every time someone from Touristorama travels to the island of Santorini, he enjoys authentic Greek cuisine at the terrace of this restaurant in the heart of Fira. And we are not the only ones. Thousands of tourists include it among their favorites on the volcanic island.
The Marmita Restaurant is now a part of the history of Santorini, since it has been operating in Megalochori since 2004. From 2013 it s been running under the observation of new owner Giannis Manikas and the sense of renewal is obvious.
Explore the fascinating volcanic island of Santorini the way you want it yourself! Enjoy a unique accommodation experience, with huge doses of privacy and luxury by choosing to stay in Incognito Villa.
More than just a famous tourist destination, Santorini boasts a romantic scene where you can have some really memorable moments with your partner. The time when the sun sets deep down to the Aegean Sea and the sky gets these amazing orange colors is the best to enjoy a cocktail. One of the best places to do so is the Classico bar restaurant in the capital of Fira.
It opened in 2004 and soon became one of the favourite dining spots in Santorini. It is called Metaxy mas which means.. between us, but it is not a secret any more that this restaurant has a rich menu with almost 40 different dishes and appetizers based on traditional Greek cuisine.
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