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Piraeus Wheelchair Attic Peninsula Accessible Greece Tours
Piraeus Wheelchair Attic Peninsula Accessible Greece Tours
Piraeus Wheelchair Attic Peninsula Accessible Greece Tours
Piraeus Wheelchair Attic Peninsula Accessible Greece Tours

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Piraeus wheelchair accessible tours, has been the port of Athens since the classical era, when in the V century BC Themistocles transferred the Athenian fleet there from the over exposed Falereo ( today’s Fáliro ).

It was later overtaken by other ports and during the Middle Ages and under the Turkish domination it was reduced to a small fishing village.

The revival began in 1834, when Athens became the capital of independent Greece.

For almost everyone, Piraeus is the port from which to set sail to reach the paradises of the Cyclades and the Dodecanese.

Today is located South-West of the center of Athens but those who reach it do not notice the separation because in reality the two cities have merged over time with the birth of some of the most peripheral neighborhoods of Athens.

The history of Piraeus is very long and the concrete demonstration comes from the rooms of the Archaeological Museum which collects the testimonies of the past of this slice of Attic.

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The Museum is located in a two-storey building with ten exhibition rooms arranged in chronological order in which the artifacts found in the excavations and donated are collected.

The oldest pieces date back to the VIII century BC and cover the entire evolution of Greek Civilization from the Mycenaean and Minoan civilization to the classical and Hellenistic period.

Right next to the museum are the ruins of the Hellenistic Theater of Zea, built in the II century BC and excavated in the 1880s.

One of the areas to be discovered in Piraeus is called Maniatika and is the area where the inhabitants of Mani settled, in the Peloponnese area.

This part still represents a space in which to live a unique cultural experience, since the area remains an authentic place where tradition, architecture, art and interpersonal relationships seem to have changed little over the decades.

The area of Pasalimani is very different from that of the more lively and lively part of Piraeus.

A perfect place to relax and enjoy cafes, old ouzerias and restaurants of all kinds.

Pasalimani‘s most famous landmark is its picturesque stone clock, which was the usual meeting point for locals.

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