If you start at the top of Syntagma Square and walk down the steps and past the fountain, at the bottom of the square is the beginning of Ermou Street, a paradise for those who live to shop.
5 minutes walk from our building on athinas street towards the acropolis its Ermou street. Athens Main Shopping Street. There are shops, large and small, individually owned or owned by giant corporations, with every style of clothing you can imagine, like a super-mall in the USA but more…
The hart of the Athens shopping with all kinds .Ermou is a walking street ,start at Syntagma square and ends at MONASTIRAKI with typical Greek grill restaurants and the famous Monastiraki old flee market.
Malls increasingly draw shoppers to the city’s periphery, but Ermou Street retains its status as the crown jewel of Athens retail activity. On pedestrian Ermou, global brands have edged out local emporia, although smaller niche shops thrive in the side streets between Ermou and Aiolou—another retail…
Ermou Str. is the busiest shopping street in Athens. It is one of the most expensive shopping streets of Europe.
The famous street next to Syntagma it’s full of shops. It’s nice to drink coffee there after your shopping. The street ends to Monastiraki so in case you want to walk from Suntagma to Monastiraki you should take this street.
Ermou is a pedestrian street connecting the central points of Syntagma Square and Monastiraki. Along this road you will find everything from international fast fashion brands. Look out for the shops housed in gorgeously renovated neoclassical buildings.
Shopping centres promoting most international brands.Ιt is in the top five shopping streets in Europe.
Ermou, is a long pedestrian street with a variety of shops. Starts from Syntagma square and ends to Monastiraki
The main shopping street in Athens. Lively with street musicians and performers and lots of restaurants and bars nearby.
The most famous Athens street for shopping, running from the bottom of Syntagma square to Monastiraki Square
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