Acropolis, Plaka and Monastiraki, are other places in the area which are also worth exploring.
Acropolis, certainly one of the country’s most famous sights is just less than 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) away.
To better understand Athens, take a trip to one of its museums and theaters. Learn, admire and be thoroughly entertained in the various museums including Benaki Museum, the New Acropolis Museum and the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. There are some popular galleries to visit near here. In particular, don’t miss the Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art, the Athens National Art Gallery and the Greek Folk Art Museum. See local and touring artists strut their stuff at the Athens Concert Hall, the National Theatre of Greece and the Odeon of Herod Atticus.
If the weather is good head outside and appreciate the nearby green spaces. Rest a while and see the locals at their relaxed best in tranquil places such as the Athens National Garden and the Pedion Areos Park.
Some popular Athens attractions are in Perama, such as Syntagma Square, Pnyx and the Stoa of Attalos. Whatever your faith, you'll love the serenity at Perama’s holy places like the Temple of Olympian Zeus. If you’re a history buff, Athens’s bygone days can still be experienced at the Old Acropolis Museum.
If you are looking to buy souvenirs, fashion and food, explore the many stores at the Monastiraki Flea Market, the Athens Central Market and the Athens Heart Mall.
When it’s time to rest your weary head after checking out the delights of Perama, check in to one of the area’s numerous short and long stay accommodation options. For a good night’s sleep check out the amenities at the Royal Olympic Hotel, the Athens Gate Hotel, and the Electra Palace Hotel Athens.