Every year Athens is celebrating Christmas days with various events for every age and mood. The city of Athens takes the art and music to the streets and squares with plenty of free concerts, exhibitions and of course dancing dancing,
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The Syntagma Square and the commercial triangle have this year’s honor, putting in the cheerful lighting, the decorated shop windows and the events of the Athenian municipality in a festive atmosphere.
Christmas comes to life in this beautiful corner of Athens. With a glamorous party, City Link marked the start of Christmas market downtown. Color and lights in the center of Athens stimulates the Christmas market.
It is the second Christmas for the Center of Culture – “Stavros Niarchos” Foundation and it celebrates with fun, imagination and great ideas for free daily activities: workshops, concerts and theatrical events.
When the magic of Christmas meets the decoration of a shop! As a childhood dream, Little Kook is not just a coffee with delicious desserts in the city center. It is a whole fairytale country that every year, all year round, invites you back to your childhood. If you find yourself in this Little Kook’s fairytale trip you will be lucky, since the queues are endless daily.
In a very festive atmosphere, just before Christmas, the 4th Santa Run puts us in the joyful atmosphere of the feast, as many participants will dress in Santa Claus uniforms and cross a 2.5 km route to the center of Glyfada on 16 th December st 11.00.
The well-known bar at the 59K Kolokotroni Gorge has decided to … honor his name this year as he transformed into a small Christmas fairy-tale forest.
Thissium will be the biggest scene for Christmas fairy tales. Here is the appointment for the change of the year, as has been done in recent years. On the night of the New Year’s Eve, Athenians and visitors are welcomed by Evanthia Reboutsika with her melodies until the clock shows 00:00 and George Kaminis, the city mayor, gives the New Year’s reception slogan, with the background of the Parthenon.