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We arrived at 10 in the evening. It was so difficult to find it!!! I almost gave up, until the 4th try on the street I found a door with a little sign on it saying "hostel".
You have to pay 50 cents for the...More
I stayed in Pagration Youth Hostel with the intention of just having a place to sleep for the night before catching an early flight but was very pleasantly surprised with my experience. I met some great people here and found it to be a social...More
Instead of making a long novel of all the reasons why you should not go in there, I'm just gonna make a list :
1) the price is the correct one if we consider the localisation and the facilities in there. It's not "cheap".
Pros: Reception dude was nice and they have 24 hour reception. There's a kitchenette if you need to make something.
There's free maps. It isn't terribly far from the main attractions and there is a really nice Greek cafe around the corner. Also, there's a...More
You have to paid particular attention to find this hostel, I mean really it is too hard to find it. No sign or no banner, just a ring bell. On the other hand, this hotel is really budget trip friendly, it has clean linens and...More
US$13 - US$31 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The elongated Panathenaic Stadium, built for the first modern Olympic Games in 1896, acts as grand gateway to the otherwise purely Athenian neighborhood of Pangrati. This area of typical small squares, busy main roads and residential streets will give you a clear sense of what living in this metropolis is like. A walk up quiet Markou Mousourou Street on the west side of the stadium will bring you past the First
National Cemetery to Mets, home to many expats. Turn right to reach the charming Platia Varnava. East of the stadium, commercial Eratosthenous Street leads to rather nondescript Platia Plastira, from where Effranoros Street continues uphill to Platia Profiti Ilia, crowned by a huge church. Among the standard four- to six-story apartment blocks that typify Athens, Pangrati also boasts some genuinely authentic tavernas and the odd trendy bar.