If you’re going to Greece this year, chances are you’ll spend at least one day in Athens. We’d also wager that you’re planning to spend no more time there than it takes to enjoy the historical sites and a decent meal before island-hopping. But it would be a big mistake to miss Athens.
Most people know the city to be the heart of antiquity, but few are aware that Athens is also a heart for creativity and reform. Similar to Berlin in past, Athens has come to the contemporary fore. And despite being in the red, the city is much more than the Acropolis – Athens is rich in experiences and has a wealth of unique areas to explore.
Circle Athens was created to dispel the age-old tourist trends, and to leave any traveler that’s hungry for urban beauty, cultural edginess, and the perfect souvlaki, feeling full of brand new ways to view the ancient city.
Note: Circle Athens does not overlap nor include the usual tourist sites, such as famous neighborhoods (e.g. Acropolis, Plaka), historical landmarks or museums.