Athens: at the forefront of an amazing comeback, led by enterprising Greeks

In a report that makes Athens sound like the new Brooklyn, the New York Times finds the city’s self-confidence and creativity are stirring again—along with new restaurants, dynamic cafés, enticing shops, a world-class arts scene and a blossoming of local pride. “Enterprising young fashion and graphic designers are opening shops celebrating the classic lines of ancient Greece and the anarchic wit of modern times. In reviving city squares, there are new restaurants and cafés serving native delicacies… Even rough times have silver linings.”


36 hours in a reviving Athens

36 hours in a reviving Athens

36 Hours in Athens: A Guide to a Blossoming City, with Video and Map

The city’s self-confidence and creativity are stirring again after years of tough press that defined Athens as a beleaguered capital. Read more at: nytimes.com


 

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