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Psirri is an interesting area of Athens located northwest of Monastiraki that doesn't get as much tourist action as other parts of the city. Many of its older residences and buildings have fallen into disrepair, but there has been a great deal of renovation of the Neo-classical architecture in the area, and it remains a charming destination with a mix of the ancient and the modern. It's sometimes called the "Soho" of Athens, since Psirri retains its independent spirit, attracting young people and artists. Tourists familiar with the city often choose to stay at hotels in Psirri, Athens, to be close to this fresh, vibrant district. Find the accommodations that are just right for you in Psirri by visiting and launching a search. Within seconds, you'll see a list of available hotel rooms, with details about price, amenities, and room type included for each listing.

What's Psirri, Athens Like?

Psirri has an amazing if checkered past, but most recently was the area where leather workers plied their trade. Then a law was passed to allow bars and taverns to open in the area, and it's enjoyed a new foundpopularity ever since. The area often seems sleepy and peaceful by day, but after 6pm, Psirri comes alive. The lights are blazing, tables are set up on the sidewalks, and the crowds start arriving to party away their cares. Psirri is also a great place to pick up "real" souvenirs, like hand-painted icons and authentic worry beads. The cuisine is varied and moderately-priced in most dining establishments, and you'll have plenty of opportunities while in Psirri to check out a traditional ouzerie and eat classic Greek dishes.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Athens

You'll meet every sort of person in Psirri, and it's one of the best places in Athens to meet the locals. Many tourists are put off by the graffiti and the rougher-looking streets, but the area is safe and full of life. Simply strolling along the cobblestone streets will afford you opportunities to meet people. Sunday afternoons are a treat in Psirri, as the taverns host traditional musical groups and the entire town seems to come out to party. If the clubs seem empty on Saturday nights, that's due to the locals resting up for the festivities on Sunday. When you've got your heart set on staying in one of the hotels in Psirri, Athens, book your room early on lets you reserve your room in Psirri at a great room rate, taking the hassle out of finding the best accommodations at fair prices.

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