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Agioi Anargyroi-Kamatero , Greece

Agioi Anargyroi-Kamatero is a municipality in the West Athens regional unit, Attica, Greece. The seat of the municipality is the town Agioi Anargyroi.

This bustling city boasts a population of about 750,000 people, so get set to meet the friendly locals! Agioi Anargyroi-Kamatero is approximately 15 miles northwest of         Eleftherios Venizelos Airport and 5 miles to the north of the city’s center.

Grab the keys to your room and get set for some local attractions. Pehnidospito and Chocolaterie Kifissia should top your itinerary. If you end up with more time, zip on over to Spathario Museum of Shadow Theatre and Υiannis Tsarouchis Foundation Museum. To see another facet of Athens, try the adjacent neighborhoods Ilion and Filadelfeia-Chalkidona.

Filopappos Hill is one of the country’s most iconic tourist sights, and it’s just 5 miles away!

While touring the center of Athens, spend time at Lycabettus Theater and Mount Lycabettus. Benaki Museum and Zappeion Hall are also worth investigating.

Stop at some cultural places to find the real essence of the area. Deste Foundation, Centre for Contemporary Art and Metapolis are top picks.

Roaming through a museum is an easy way to escape a rainy day. Make sure you inquire about guided tours at Design Museum of the 20th Century, Dimitris Pierides Museum of Contemporary Art, Filio Chaidemenou Museum of Asia Minor Hellenism.

Book tickets to a performance at Topos Allou Theatre, Alfa Theater and Veaki Theater.

Antonis Tritsis Park, Plato’s Academy Park and Pedion Areos Park are tranquil city parks. Go for a wander or just chill out on the green lawns.

Step back through the mists of time at Church of St. Panteleimon, National Bank of Greece Historical Archive, National Archaeological Museum of Athens and National Technical University of Athens. These time-weathered attractions have a range of interesting stories and facts.

Sports lovers should head to Athens Olympic Stadium to watch the A.E.K Athens as they battle their opponents. On game days the locals deck themselves out in the team’s colors of yellow and black.

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