Enjoy your stay in our urban renovated studio ground floor apt, in one of Athens' most renowned neighborhoods. Located in the area of Pagkrati, one of Athens most vivid neighborhoods, our apartment offers the perfect choice to relax while you have plenty of options getting around Athens’ major attractions. Close enough to Euaggelismos metro station, It is the ideal place to explore the city and feel its downtown vibes. Suitable for couples, lone adventurers and business travelers.
The apt measures 30m² and it's located at the ground floor of the building. The apartment consists of a main space that has a kitchenette, a double bed and a dining table for four persons. The bathroom is also accessible through this space. There is a also a shared patio in the back of the building, that is accessed through the kitchenette. There you can enjoy your morning coffee and relax in the afternoon.
• Double bed
• Shared patio
• Dining table for four persons
• Wireless internet - Wifi
• Coffee machine
* Fresh sheets and towels are provided. The apartment is cleaned by professionals before each visit.
* The kitchenette is equipped with the basic amenities for preparing a breakfast and a normal meal.
• You will have the privacy of the entire apartment. Only the patio is shared.
• Main access through stairs from Theagenous street.
• The house is inaccessible for people with disabilities and wheelchair users.
Interaction with Guests:
Once a booking is made we will contact you with a confirmation email containing important information such as directions and check in instructions.
A member of our team will always be there to welcome you at the apartment when you arrive.
WE HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAY!
Pangrati is a district that is juxtaposed between the Hymettus on the one side, Athens’s First Cemetery on the other and with the historic Kallimarmaro stadium or Panathenaic Stadium (host to the modern Olympic Games in 1896 and the finish line for the grueling Athens marathon every year) fronting it, Pangrati is a neighborhood that wears its history lightly.
A stone’s throw from the National Gardens and the city-center as well as from the museums on Vas. Sofias Avenue, Pangrati is a great starting point to take in the city’s sights and sounds.
A locality that exudes warm, intimate vibes but one that has retained its gritty ‘urban’ edge. It is the new go-to place for laid-back jazz, great value for money meals, quaint book-stores and cutting-edge art galleries. Its paradoxical character of blending the old with the new is evident in the plethora of family-run businesses that have been around for multiple generations, but with just enough room to squeeze in a few cozy nooks of creativity and design.
Pangrati is home to a tight-knit community of long-time residents and young students. Buildings from the ‘70s among beautifully restored neo-classical homes from the ‘20s, often with a lemon orchard tucked away in the backyard.
Here is a neighborhood that has it all: century-old bakeries, large pockets of green, stunning views of Lycabettus Hill, and even a Michelin-starred restaurant!
• Kallimarmaro / Panathenaic Stadium
The Panathenaic Stadium, also known as Kallimarmaro is a multi-purpose stadium in Athens, Greece. One of the main attractions of Athens, it is the only stadium in the world built entirely of marble. A stadium was built on the site of a simple racecourse by the Athenian statesman Lykourgos (Lycurgus) c. 330 BC, primarily for the Panathenaic Games. It was rebuilt in marble by Herodes Atticus, an Athenian Roman senator, by 144 AD and had a capacity of 50,000 seats. After the rise of Christianity in the 4th century it was largely abandoned. The stadium was excavated in 1869 and hosted the Zappas Olympics in 1870 and 1875. After being refurbished, it hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the first modern Olympics in 1896 and was the venue for 4 of the 9 contested sports. It was used for various purposes in the 20th century and was once again used as an Olympic venue in 2004. It is the finishing point for the annual Athens Classic Marathon. It is also the last venue in Greece from where the Olympic flame handover ceremony to the host nation takes place.
• Acropolis of Athens & Acropolis Museum (4km)
• Plaka & Anafiotika areas under Acropolis
• Museum of Cycladic Art (2km)
• War Museum (1km)
• ''Megaron'' The Athens Concert Hall (2km)
• Byzantine Museum (1km)
• Akadimia (Academy of Athens ) (2.20km)
• Syntagma square & Parliament (2km)
• National Garden (1.60km)
• Lycabettus Hill (3km)
• Filopappou Hill (3km)
• National Archaeological Museum of Athens (3.40km)
• Benaki Museum (1.40km)
• National Museum of Contemporary Art, EMST of Athens, at Fix station (2.80km)
• The Temple of Olympian Zeus / Columns of the Olympian Zeus (2.40km)
Nearby places of interest
* Walking time noted
Banks, Super Markets, grocery shops, bakery and more in short walking distance.
• The “laiki agora” (grocery market), or weekly street markets. There are several in Pangrati. For example, at the “Pyrrou” street, about 10 minutes from the apartment, every Friday. The grocery market offering a large variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh locally grown organic selections, fresh fish, Greek honey, house products etc, all with the best quality in mind.
• Super market “My Market”, Formionos 23 (3min / 200m)
• Pharmacy “Koufopoulou Kiriaki Pharmacy”, Formionos 12 (3min / 200m)
• Restaurant “Oroscopo”, Antinoros 42-44 (4min / 290m)
• Bar “Red Lion Pub”, Niriidon 16 (6min / 500m)
• From Athens International Airport ''El. Venizelos'' take the Blue Metro line M3 and disembark at “Euaggelismos” Metro station. From there you will walk, about 10 minutes (800m), at the “Vas. Aleksandrou” Avenue, and turn right at “Theagenous” street.
• From “Syntagma” square you can take the bus line “224”. You will disembark at “Agiou Nikolaou” stop and the apartment is within 3 minutes walking distance.
• The nearest metro stations are: “Euaggelismos” (blue line, M3), about 750m far from the apartment, and “Megaro Mousikis” station (red line, M2), about 1km.
• The “Attiki odos” can be easily reached, through Katexaki avenue, in about 20 minutes by car. “Attiki odos” gives you the potential to experience Northern Greece and Peloponnese and travel throughout Central Greece.
Other Things to Note:
We would also like to inform you that Home Rentality provides transfer services either via luxury mini vans or uber-like vehicles, 7 days a week. Pick-up transportation is available upon arrangement and the payment is done directly to the driver. Feel free to contact us for further details.
• No parties or events
• Check-in time is 2PM - 10PM
* Check in: from 14:00h to 20:00h
* Check out: from 8:00h to 12:00h
* Security deposit: Not required-It is not required to leave a security deposit.
* Extra cost already included:
Cleaning included in the price