Valaoritou Street

Valaoritou Street

The pedestrian street Valaoritou Street is perpendicular to Voukourestiou Street. The street is not very long and also not so wide, but very popular, because it is very close to both Syntagma Square as well as the wider area of Kolonaki.

The name comes from Aristotle Valaoritis, epic poet and politician of the 19th Century. It is a "passing through" road for those working in the surrounding businesses and for the ones who wish to enjoy a theatrical performance or a cup of coffee, dessert or drink upon completion of their shopping.

Valaoritou Street has nothing historical to speak of, but in the surrounding area, there are lot of neoclassical buildings, museums and streets with a special ambience. You can do your shopping in Voukourestiou, Kriezotou, around Kolonaki, Akadimias Street, Eleftherios Venizelos Street (Panepistimiou) and Ermou Street.



Valaoritou Street
Shopping on Valaoritou Street

▶︎ Eleftherios Venizelos Street
▶︎ Stadiou Street
▶︎ Akadimias Street
▶︎ Ermou Street
▶︎ Aiolou Street
▶︎ Athinas Street
▶︎ 28th October Street
▶︎ Filellinon Street
▶︎ Vasilissis Sofias Avenue
▶︎ Vasilissis Amalias Avenue
▶︎ Voukourestiou Street
▶︎ Valaoritou Street
▶︎ Agiou Konstantinou Street
▶︎ Panagi Tsaldari (Pireos Avenue)


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