Shopping in Athens is a unique experience, as, we will admit, so it is in any major capital city in the world. If you, as a visitor with very limited time to spare, are going to be content with a quick glimpse of the picturesque local market, then we suggest that following your must-visit to the Acropolis Museum, you walk down to Vyronos Street, see the Monument of Lysicrates, continue on Adrianou Street in the historic Plaka district, the oldest commercial street in Europe still in use, all the way down to Agora Square, take a right and then an immediate left to Pandrossou Street, stroll down Monastiraki Square and the area around it. You will pass by a great number of shops, small and larger, some with excellent and other with trashy merchandise to sell. Truth is that most of these shops sell to tourists only, are used to bargaining and some have incorporated it n their pricing and expect your counter-offer, and may of them offer generic touristy trash that is only to be taken as memorabilia.
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Small Group Walking Tour
Small Walking Group Shopping tour in Athens while walking in Athens and listening about the city. Grab the chance and take the best souvenirs back home. In this exceptional walking tour you will have the opportunity to scrawl with the help of your local expert guide through the multifaceted markets of Athens. Souvenirs, musical instruments, paintings, vintage, casual, and luxury clothing as well, jewelry, cosmetics, local spirits and wine and more are waiting to be discovered by you, and who knows some of those will be your new partners in the travel back home.