Take a break from historical sightseeing and head to Ermou Street for some retail therapy. Athens' major shopping street stretches for 1.5 km (0.9 mi), connecting Syntagma Square with Kerameikos archaeological site. Featuring upmarket designer boutiques, Greek department stores, and modern shopping malls, this half-pedestrian zone ranks in the top ten most expensive retail avenues in the world. The street was conveniently named after Hermes, the protector of traders. Ermou Street is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , custom trip planner Edition.
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Ermou Street reviews
We had a quick walk down the street and didn't think much of it. It is just another shopping street in another major city. When you have so much history in such a vibrant city, why would you waste... more »
Small poor old street with average shops and that's it, not really understand why is a main shopping street .... more »
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