Makrygianni Street

“The Pedestrian Street of the Acropolis Museum”

If you want to visit the “Acropolis Museum”, one of the landmarks of modern Athens, you will surely pass through the historical pedestrian street of Makrigianni Street.


Here you will see mostly tourists, all year round, in a region that reminds something from Paris.

The district was named after the fighter of the Greek Revolution of 1821, the general “Ioannis Makrygiannis”


The pedestrian street of Makrygianni Street starts from the “Dionysiou of Areopagitis str.” and ends at Syngrou Avenue.

Today you will find  here restaurants, souvenir shops and large hotels.

A walk in the shadow of the Acropolis is always a good occasion for good coffe and food so

take advantage of the many shops that offer you great products!

Also there are a lot of nightclubs and other bars where you can enjoy Athens nightlife!


You can access Makrygianni district by:

Bus Lines

24, 40, 57, 103, 106, 108, 111, 126, 134, 135, 136, 137, 155, 206, 208, 227, 230, 237, 790, 856, Α2, Α3, Α4, Β2, Β3, Β4, Ε2, Ε22 / Bus Stop : “Makrigianni”

Trolley Lines

1, 5, 15 / Trolley Stop : “Makrigianni”

Metro Line

Line 2 (Anthoupoli – Elliniko) / “Acropolis Station”

Tram Line

“Leoforos Vouliagmeni’s Station”