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Shopping in Athens

What is unique and exclusive about Athens? Everything. Museums, monuments, palaces, archaeological sites, squares, temples of Greek gods and goddesses, hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes, pubs and shopping malls. Athens, though a city of antiquity, is a metropolis with modern trappings in the current century. The sheer elegance of brand shopping malls bears out to this fact. Multi-level giant shopping malls across the cityscape are among the luminous landmarks identifiable with the metropolitan image of Athens. Golden Hall, Metro Hall, Athenian Capitol, Mall Athens, Attica and McArthurGlen Designer are the city’s principal commercial hubs throbbing with the footfalls of shoppers in multitudes. With sprawling space for not just shopping but also food, fashion, fun and entertainment, these malls are destinations for a family outing. Many national and international brands of apparels, fashion accessories, lifestyle products and house decor items are present on the floors of the malls. Antique shopping in the Greek capital is popular worldwide. Tourists take fancy to buying antique pieces as memorabilia of their travel to Athens. ‘Shopping in Athens’ is an integral part of the Europe travel guide.

Golden Hall

Shopping in Athens Golden HallIf shopping is a style statement for you, the Golden Hall in Kifissias Avenue is should be your destination in Athens. The Golden Hall, a giant shopping mall sprawling over a wide area of 41.000 sq.meters, welcomes shoppers to a dazzling interior. It is home to as many as 131 national and international fashion brands. Shoppers can heave a sigh of relief from shopping and take breaths of relaxation at restaurants and cafes inside. With a parking lot of 1,400 sq. Meters, the parking facility is extended in 2 levels. So huge is the variety of merchandise in different categories like apparels, accessories, jewellery, house decor items, gadgets, household goods and stationaries that shoppers are left spoilt of choice. What is not on sale in Golden Hall is not available in Athens.
Address: 37 A Kifisias Avenue Maroussi 1512
Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-9pm; Sat 10am-8pm; Sun closed
Phone: +30 210 6803450
Website: www.goldenhall.gr/

Attica the Department Store

Attica the Department Store shopping in AthensThe complete commercial centre in the city of Athens. Attica the Department Store is the largest shopping mall in Greece. It has put the capital city on the map of European shopping destinations. The historic building of Attica itself is a giant architecture combining the essence of modern aesthetics with the architectural elements of the 20s. Modern engineering technology has gone into the making of this edifice with a total surface of 25,000 square metres. What has made Attica the first choice of shoppers is carefree shopping environment. With the merchandise of 860 different apparel, accessories and lifestyle brands in 360 stores, Attica caters to the needs of everyone from all levels of society. This new-age shopping centre is close to Plaka, a famous tourist spot and accessible from Syntagma metro station in the city.
Address: 9 Panepistimiou Str Athens
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am – 9pm; Sat 10am-7pm
Phone: +30 211 180 2600
Website: http://www.atticadps.gr

McArthurGlen Designer

McArthurGlen Designer, shopping in AthensMcArthurGlen Designer is an interface between a shopping hub and a hangout. Shopping at McArthurGlen Designer is synonymous with shopping at home. There are 110 stores, restaurants and cafes under the roof of this massive outlet with a sweep of 21,000 sq metres. The collection of beauty products, fashion apparels, lifestyle items and household objects of several eminent brands is as much varied as the colours of rainbow. Designed and decorated in a neoclassical style, McArthurGlen Designer makes shopping a pleasurable outing and a happy family outing. Shopping at this outlet means a refreshment at in-house eateries and a visit to the Acropolis, the Lavrio and the Attica Zoo in the picturesque surrounding. The branded merchandise is available at 35-705 less during seasons of sale.
Address: Block E71, Gialou 19004 Spata
Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-9pm; Sat 10am-8pm
Phone: +30 210 663 0840
Website: http://www.mcarthurglenathens.gr/

The Mall Athens

The Mall Athens shopping in AthensFood, fashion and fun. The Mall Athens is the ultimate stop for these three. Accessible from Nerantziotissa Station and close to the Attiki Odos, The Mall Athens is near the Athens Olympic Stadium. With 200 brand outlets on four levels, it is a uber modern commercial zone where shopping is combined with cinematic entertainment and culinary refreshment. Parking space is extended up to 3 levels. There is special parking space for the disabled. This capital city mall features more than 200 various options for complete family shopping. What is not available for purchase here? Everything from clothes, fashion accessories, books, stationaries, handy gadgets, kitchen appliances, perfumes, cosmetics, paintings, sports equipment and toiletries to home decor items. The Mall Athens houses restaurants, bars, cafes and a cinema complex for a break from shopping.
Address: Andrea Papandreou Str. 35 Maroussi
Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-9pm; Sat 9am-8pm
Website: http://www.themallathens.gr/

Metro Mall

Metro Mall shopping in Athens

Address: Leof. Vouliagmenis 276 17343 Ag. Dimitrios
Hours:Mon-Fri 9am-9pm; Sat 9am-10pm
Phone:+ 30210 9769 444
Website: http://www.athensmetromall.gr/

Athenian Capitol

Athenian Capitol shopping in AthensA boutique shopping mall with brand stores, fabulous restaurants, a high-tech conference centre, a modern cinema complex and a glittering Greek vehicle museum in the commercial heart of Athens. The Athenian Capitol was opened to public in 2010. Located between Triti Septemvrio and Patision, the mall sprawls over a 15,000 sq metre area, close to the Victoria station. Making family shopping at Athenian Capitol more convenient, is the underground parking facility. Now the Athenian Capitol, a postmodern architecture inspired by the trend Art Deco, is one of the urban landmarks dotting the cityscape. The shopping complex combines commerce with culture and recreation to cater to the urbanites from all layers of the social and economic ladder. The conference hall has a seating capacity of 200. The square outside the mall is a hangout with green space of leisure.
Address: 3rd Septemvriou & Loulianou, near Omonia
Hours:Mon-Fri 9am-9pm, Sat 9am-8pm
Phone: +30 210 341 4105
Website: http://www.charagionis.com/gr/

Heart Mall

Heart Mall shopping in AthensHeart is a multi-level commercial and entertainment centre with a total surface of about 20,000 sq metres. The fame of Athens Heart is identified with the reputation of major national and international brands that the mall houses. This mall is recommended for shopping to one’s heart content on account of the world-class merchandise in such different categories as kid’s, men’s, women’s, fashion, accessories, sports, household, technology, art, etc. The open terrace commanding spectacular views of the Lycabetus Hill and the Acropolis is a trademark of Athens Heart. Offering a refreshing break from shopping and strolling around the mall is the in-house dining and entertainment space.

Address: Pireos 180 and Chamosternas, Rouf
Hours: Mom-Fri 10am-9pm; Sat 10am-8pm
Phone: +30 210 341 4105
Website: http://www.athensheart.gr/

Ermou Street

Ermou Street in AthensThe trendiest shopping street in Athens. Ermou Street leads to Syntagma Square where the Parliament building stands tall. This shopping street is flooded by gleams and glitters, and filled with buzz and bustle in evenings. Tourists from around the world walk down the street to catch glimpses into the lifestyle of Athenians in the capital city. A small and wonderful Byzantine church of Kapnikareas stands halfway along the Ermou Street. This preserved Byzantine structure dates back to the 11th century. Ermou Street, a major historic link between Plaka and Syntagma Square, teems with the fashion and style conscious flock of the city. The street is famous for window shopping as well.

Kolonaki Athens

Kolonaki Athens in AthensKolonaki Square is an upscale hub of luxurious shops, stylish cafes, chic bars and vibrant galleries in Athens. Located between Syntagma Square, the city’s commercial heart and Lycavittos Hill, the city’s highest point, Kolonaki has its streets lined with beautiful shops and buildings. Particularly apparel boutiques and antique shops dominate the market of Kolonaki Square. In the city of Athens, it is a nice place to stroll and shop till you drop. Tsakalof Street connected to Kolonaki is one of the most famous areas of Athens and one of the most expensive and fashionable streets in the world. Local life never ceases to throb in Kolonaki Square.

Monastiraki

Monastiraki area antique shopping in AthensAthens, the city of antiquity, is one of the most popular antique shopping destinations in the world. Shopping for antiques in Athens is a pleasurable indulgence, favourite with tourists and travellers. The Monastiraki area is packed with traditional antique shops. It is the largest antique market with open-air atmosphere in the city. The market activity remains in full swing from 8am to 2pm everyday. The shops in the Monastiraki area are worth a visit for their marvellous merchandise including traditional artefacts, age-old knickknacks, antique silver items and magnificent glass objects. In tourism seasons, this market area is crowded by tourists who pick up antique pieces as mementos of their trip to Athens. In addition, the ambience of Monastiraki area is very colourful.

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