You can now find us at our new location, Filellinon 3, right next to Syntagma square.
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How to get here
LeaveYourLuggage.gr Syntagma is situated at Filellinon 3, right next to Syntagma Metro Station and Syntagma Square, in the heart of Athens.
Syntagma Square is a hub of public transportation, located near the popular and historical neighborhoods of Plaka, Acropolis and Monastiraki.
You can get there by a large number of bus routes, including the 040 from Piraeus port, X80 from the port's cruise terminal and the X95 from Athens Airport. Furthermore, Syntagma Metro Station is connected to Line 2 and Line 3 of the metro system.
You can also find us at Mnisikleous 4, within walking distance from Monastiraki Metro station, on Line 1 of the metro. If you're coming from Piraeus harbor, this might be the fastest route.
Feel free to contact us through the form or call us up if you need help getting here. We can even arrange for a taxi to pick you up!
Things to do near Syntagma
Feel free to ask us for tourist information or night life tips. We know Athens pretty well, and can even arrange for a taxi to get you there!
Attend the impressive changing of the guard by the Evzones (guards) in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in front of the Greek Parliament building on Syntagma Square and above the Syntagma metro station.
Walk down the primary shopping street of Ermou or visit the luxurious Kolonaki district and Voukourestiou pedestrian street lined with boutiques, unique shops and delectable eateries and cafes.
Wander around the narrow streets of the historical area of Plaka, "The neighborhood of the gods", visit the dazzling Acropolis Museum exhibiting more than 3000 findings from the Athenian Acropolis and of course walk uphill to one of the most famous monuments in the world, the Sacred Rock of Acropolis.
Visit the Temple of the Olympian Zeus known as the Columns of the Olympian Zeus (a 5 minute walk from Syntagma square) and Kallimarmaron, the Panathenaic Stadium, where the first modern Olympic Games were held in 1896.
If you're interested in a private tour, we recommend privatedaytrips.gr.