Refueling in Pagrati

Boheme and cozy bars, that match with the mood of the whole Pagrati neighborhood

If you are low key, don’t like tourist haunts and want to hang out with locals and foreigners of all ages, then Pagrati is the place to be. In recent years the bohemian haunts of this old Athenian neighborhood which borders Kolonaki made ​​it a hotspot night and day, without losing its authenticity, focusing on good music, good service service, and high quality, value for money drinks. The absence of a metro stop in Pagrati means you have to walk 10-15 minutes from the nearest metro station (Evangelismos) and uphill roads that start from the Vasileos Konstantinou avenue. However, this lack of public access has helped retain the area’s local character.

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