Dionysiou Areopagiti Pedestrian Street

Starting at Amalias Anenue, and ending at the Herodes Atticus Odeon, the Dionysiou Areopagiti pedestrian street is part of the system of urban walkways that lead from the Acropolis Metro Station to the Kerameikos. When vehicles were banned and spacious public areas created, this location quickly became a major attraction for tourists.

Important points of reference along this pedestrian street include the little square in front of the New Acropolis Museum and the Parthenis Triangle. Lying near important archaeological sites and museums, vibrant residential areas and expansive green zones, Dionysiou Areopagiti Street provides visitors with the opportunity to easily traverse the entire history of the city.

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Address: Dionysiou Areopagitou, Athens
Area: Athens
Transportation: Metro Red Line (2): Acropoli Station

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