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Tips from locals
For the Greeks in ancient Athens, the Theatre of Dionysus was a very important part of their lives. Today it is considered to be the place where European theatre had its beginnings.
Even now, still has a feeling of how living in the Ancient Athens would be like!!! Do not forget to have a look (or a whole theatrical play if possible at the Ancient Odeon of Herodes Atticus!
The best "walk" in Athens. The most famous pedestrian. Start your walk in history right acrros the Andian's Arch.
The pedestrianised Dionysiou Areopagitou Street is the longest walkway in Athens and will seamlessly integrate you into a living open-air museum.
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