Location: Vienna Airport

Day 1 - 18 Jun 2021

Vienna International Airport (VIE) (Flughafen Wien-Schwechat)

Vienna Airport , Vienna International Airport (VIE) (Flughafen Wien-Schwechat)


Location: Athens

Day 1 - 18 Jun 2021

Mitropoleos Square (Πλατεία Μητροπόλεως)

Athens, Mitropoleos Square (Πλατεία Μητροπόλεως)

Content: The “Official Athens” church is the headquarters of the Greek Archbishop. The cathedral was built with over 70 dump or abandoned church materials. Inside, there are notable frescoes and icons, and a 24-meter-high dome. The “small cathedral” next to is dedicated to Agios Elepterios, and the 12th-century church is decorated with 90 salvation scenes. Find the cross carved on them. They were added to “neutralize” the image, not Christianity.

Academy of Athens (Ακαδημία Αθηνών)

Athens, Academy of Athens (Ακαδημία Αθηνών)

Content: The Greek National Library is betting on the future. A historic neoclassical in central Athens, one of the iconic “triple buildings” of impressive public buildings built by Theophil von Hansen and Ernst Ziller in the 19th century. In a principled building, the library systematically prepares to switch between the old and new libraries. Built by architect Renzo Piano for the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC), it is housed in a well-ventilated but monumental building. The new building of 22,000 square meters will provide the Greek people with access to a wealth of Greek knowledge and literature, either directly or through digital or temporary exhibitions.

Ancient Agora (Αρχαία Αγορά)

Athens, Ancient Agora (Αρχαία Αγορά)

Content: The Ancient Agora is a vibrant place. Here great thinkers such as Sophocles, Socrates, Protagoras, etc. meet. Ordinary citizens can come here to interact with their peers, express their concerns, and provide solutions. According to the action plan. It represents the spirit that most of us in the Western world enjoy today: a sense of freedom, justice, equality, and social conscience. Today, this Athenian bazaar is a peaceful sanctuary away from the busy life of the city, it is lined with trees and a large archaeological space leads to several winding paths and important ruins.

Church of the Holy Apostles

Athens, Church of the Holy Apostles


Temple of Hephaistos (Ναός Ηφαίστου)

Athens, Temple of Hephaistos (Ναός Ηφαίστου)


Location: Athens

Day 2 - 19 Jun 2021

Hadrian's Library (Βιβλιοθήκη Αδριανού)

Athens, Hadrian's Library (Βιβλιοθήκη Αδριανού)

Content: The Roman Agora is on the north side of the Acropolis, right near the Monastiraki metro station. It leads through an actual paved road and connects to the ancient agora of Tisio. The ancient agora was a place of political assembly for the Athenians. But the Roman agora was actually a market and an open market. Over the centuries, Venetian and Ottoman invasions destroyed the site and gradually the area was covered with houses, workshops, churches, and mosques. Such a mosque still exists next to the Agora Peitier Mosque in Rome.

Areios Pagos (Άρειος Πάγος)

Athens, Areios Pagos (Άρειος Πάγος)

Content: Arios Pagos is just to the right of the exit of the Acropolis. It is known as “The Hill of Ares”. In classical times this was the site of the nobility council and the judicial tribunal, which mainly dealt with murder. However, be careful as this hill is very slippery. After a few years of people going up and down, the rock is very polished. There is wear on the slippery surface, make sure you are wearing practical shoes if you want to venture upwards. Areopagus Climbing has a large staircase that must be climbed. It’s a much bigger step than usual, but only about 78 steps.

Herod Atticus Odeon (Ωδείο Ηρώδου Αττικού)

Athens, Herod Atticus Odeon (Ωδείο Ηρώδου Αττικού)

Content: Towering from the centre of Athens, the Acropolis houses the Parthenon and many other historic buildings on a reinforced limestone plateau. This is where the ancient iconic Greek philosophers questioned the universe, where democracy and freedom of speech were born, and where temples were built to honour the gods.

Parthenon (Παρθενώνας)

Athens, Parthenon (Παρθενώνας)
Athens, Parthenon (Παρθενώνας)

Content: Acropolis means reinforced hills. Sitting on and around this hill is some very important place. The Parthenon is the most famous, but there is also the Temple of Athena, the Erechtheion, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus and the Theater of Dionysus.

Erechtheion (Ερέχθειο)

Athens, Erechtheion (Ερέχθειο)

Content: The Acropolis is Athens’ most popular destination, so you can expect a lot of traffic, especially during the day. The best time to visit the Acropolis is at the opening and 2 hours before closing. If you don’t line up, buy tickets in advance online or buy a combination of tickets on less popular sites before visiting the Acropolis.

Syntagma Square (Πλατεία Συντάγματος)

Athens, Syntagma Square (Πλατεία Συντάγματος)

Content: Syntagma Square is the most famous square in Athens, if not the whole of Greece. In Athens, no matter where you are going, as long as you can find Syntagma Square, you can find your way there. From the top of Syntagma Square, if you are looking at the Parliament, on the right is the Athens Coastal Tram terminal, where you can go to the beach.

National Garden (Εθνικός Κήπος)

Athens, National Garden (Εθνικός Κήπος)
Athens, National Garden (Εθνικός Κήπος)

Content: The famous Athens National Garden is located between Syntagma Square and the Kallimarmaro (Panathenaic) stadium in the centre of Athens. This garden is a beautiful area where you can relax in a lush green environment away from the noisy city centre. The fact that such an amazing garden lies between the city’s busiest roads and is still well protected from noise is almost unbelievable.

Zappeion (Ζάππειον Μέγαρο)

Athens, Zappeion (Ζάππειον Μέγαρο)