The Athenian niche in Plaka is the Athenian House's youngest sibling in Plaka! They actually share the same building and main entrance door. But apart from that, they are totally independent. If you happen to be a big group travelling together, maybe you need to rent both villas and have the whole building to yourselves! The house can accommodate up to 10 residents. It consists of 3 bedrooms, a big attic, 2 bathrooms, a water closet, a kitchen, a living and dining room, a small patio, and a balcony overlooking Lisiou Street. Other villa facilities include smart TV, free Wifi, dishwasher, washing machine and air conditioning. Greek food is served at the restaurant at the Athenian Niche villa, and free WiFi is available all throughout the area.

The majority of Athens' best shops, restaurants, and bars can be found in Plaka, which is very close to Athenian Niche. Monastiraki Metro Station and Ancient Agora is just afew steps away to take you in any direction of Athens. Places like Despite not being the tallest peak in Athens, Philopappos hill offers a lovely view of the Acropolis and is frequently less crowded than other well-known hills. There are five additional noteworthy archaeological sites in addition to the famous Acropolis and Ancient Agora. This includes a visit to the Tower of the Winds at the Roman Agora. Then proceed to Hadrian's Library, which served as a gathering area in addition to a library in the past. Next on the itinerary is Olympion. This Zeus-focused temple was the biggest in all of Athens. In addition, Kerameikos is a historic town with a well-known cemetery that is currently home to a number of archeological discoveries. Lastly, you can go to the Lyceum of Aristotle. For a fun Greek vacation, you must visit Athens and stay at the Athenian Niche Villa since there is so much to see and do.