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The city of Athens has been in existence for thousands of years and in that time it has been the birth place of some of the greatest minds in history and had a huge impact on the fields of art, philosophy and religion. The city became the capital of Greece in 1834 and has since become one of Europe’s great modern cities. Athens is now an intriguing mix of ancient and modern, making it an ideal location for your TEFL training course.
The city is particularly famous for being the home of the Olympic Games and when they were held here in 2004 the event brought with it a massive investment in the city’s infrastructure that has greatly improved areas such as the transport system, sporting facilities and shopping districts, improvements that have truly made Athens a world class city.
The city of Athens is steeped in history, which is one of the reasons that it is so popular with visitors from all over the world. The city’s cultural attractions are far too numerous to mention but some of the highlights include the Parthenon sat upon the iconic Acropolis, the Temple of Hephaestus, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus and the ancient Agora. Of course, there is more to Athens than ancient temples and monuments. The neighbourhood of Plaka is very popular and contains a wide selection of shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as the whitewashed houses and winding streets of Anafiotika.
The city’s transport system makes it easy to navigate your way around Athens, with buses, trams and a metro system all available. Shopaholics should head to Ermou Street and Aiolou Street where you will find all manner of shops including modern chain stores and boutiques, while bargain hunters will love Monastiraki as this area is famous for its local markets and small traders. Food lovers are equally well catered for as you will find hundreds of restaurants serving delicious Greek specialties all over the city, as well as virtually every other ethnic style restaurant you can imagine.
As well as its countless cultural attractions, shopping opportunities and food experiences, Athens is also close to many beautiful beaches where you can relax and unwind in the Mediterranean sunshine. The beaches of Alimos, Varkiza, Glyfada and Vouliagmeni are all within close proximity to the city. The eastern coast of Attica is also a popular area for relaxing by the sea.
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