PLAKA The neighborhood of Gods

PLAKA “The neighborhood of Gods”

Consider a walk around the picturesque, paved alleys of Plaka that will take you on an unprecedented trip filled with perennial images of nostalgic memories that bring to mind the most characteristic visuals of Greek beauty and historicity. Plaka is not called “the neighborhood of Gods” without reason, as it resembles a magical oasis in the heart of Athens, surrounded by ancient monuments that have a history of over 3,500 years and gorgeous, restored neoclassical buildings, which exude a sense of magnificence, enchantment from a different era and subsequent warmth within your soul.
One of the most picturesque spots in Athens, Plaka, known as the 'Neighborhood of the Gods', built with neoclassical houses, it is offered for walks, shopping and visits to various monuments.
The visitor can find in Plaka from cafes, taverns, shops with souvenir up museums and churches.

Plaka is situated in the most scenic spots of Athens

under the shade of the ever watchful Acropolis, tinging it with its atmospheric beauty, its special architecture, the vibrant, colorful flower gardens and the view of the vast horizon that instantly magnetizes you from every vantage point.
Most of Plaka is not accessible by car, which is quite fortunate for visitors, thus maintaining its exclusive personality and offering the chance to discover the area’s treasures in every step, with no distractions. It is precisely here where a beautiful journey into Greek history and culture begins, since the area is full of famous monuments, from ancient temples and Byzantine churches to the infamous Herodion theatre, the Roman Agora and of course the Acropolis rock. Wander in the quaint Anafiotika, one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods of Plaka, which exudes an almost Cycladic air and is full of life throughout the day, or explore the famous Monastiraki, just a few minutes away. The port of Piraeus is a half an hour drive away, while the airport is 45 minutes away. From the Pandrosos Divine Suites, guests can walk easily to Ermou shopping center, to Roman Agora, Temple of Hephaestus, Acropolis Hill, Acropolis Museum and Monastiraki Metro Station.

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Tourist shops and stores, beautifully decorated taverns and lounge bars constitute a colourful background to an unforgettable holiday setting which is harmoniously combined with scenic views with every walk you take in the busy, yet surprisingly alluring streets of Plaka.

Pandrosos Divine Suites is situated 50 metres from Roman Agora, 40 metres from Ermou Street-Shopping Area and 60 metres from Monastiraki Flea Market. Featuring family rooms/suites, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The property is allergy-free and is located 50 metres from Monastiraki Square.

Popular points of interest near the accommodation include Anafiotika, Acropolis and Erechtheion. The nearest airport is Elefthérios Venizélos, 20 km from Pandrosos Divine Suites, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.

The Museum of Acropolis is located 10 minutes away (800 meters) and in a short distance from our premises, you can find the Ancient Agora, The Temple of Olympian Zeus as well as the Odeon of Herodus Atticus, a preserved ancient theatre where theatrical shows take place to this time.

Pandrosos Divine Suites

Pandrosos Divine Suites is situated 150 metres from Roman Agora, 130 metres from Ermou Street-Shopping Area and 130 metres from Monastiraki Flea Market. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The property is allergy-free and is located 80 metres from Monastiraki Square.

Pandrosos Divine Suites