One of the most beautiful and least visited of the archaeological sites in downtown Athens is Kerameikos, the ancient cemetery of Athens on the northwest fringe of the ancient city and and is now the outer edge of the areas visited by most travelers.
One of the least visited ancient sites in the city, this is also one of its most atmospheric. The burial grounds provide another rare retreat amidst all the chaos. The site is closed on Mondays. After you leave Keramikos, you will be well positioned to visit two of Athens' trendiest areas for dining…
“This small museum is dedicated primarily to the university's founding and early years (late 19th century). ”
“This is the university of Agriculture in Athens. If you are not a student, you can use it as a park.”
Point of Interest
“The Roman Agora is located between Pelopida, Mark Aurelius, Polygentos, Dioskouras and Epaminondas streets and is half saved”