Adrianou Street starts in Agora Square, in the heart of Plaka, and forms the ideal route that will remain imprinted in your mind and your soul of this area of Plaka. If you turn left at the Kydathinaion intersection, you will be able to enjoy the tastes of Greece in a taverna or a café.
There, if you turn right on Selley Street (going toward Dionysiou Areopagitou), you will find the Lantern of Diogenes, the famous choragic monument of Lysicrates dated 4th Century B.C.
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During the summer nights, enjoy the latest movies under the stars and the view of Acropolis. (Kydatheneon 22, Plaka, Athens).
Small and smart café in Plaka with friendly ambiance and interesting tastes. Favorite hangout of the Athenians with ouzo and snacks. (Aggelou Geronta 2 & Aggelikis Chatzimichali).
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