Agia Irini Square

Framing graceful Agia Irini church, Agia Irini Square is one of Athens’ most LGBTQI+ friendly hotspots and a fashionable haunt for pavement dining, drinking cocktails and people-watching.  

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➡️ On the corner of Ermou and Aiolou Street is where the Ermou pedestrian area ends.

➡️ To visit the district of Agia Irini, we take a right onto Aiolou Streetand after a 140-metre distance (slightly upward), we will find the square. Until this point, Aiolou Street was a pedestrianised area.

➡️ Most of the eating and drinking venues are at ground level or they have a step. During summer, they also serve at tables outside. Usually, they do not meet the accessibility standards in their interior.

➡️ To reach there, you have to cross Athinaidos Street, which does not have bounded ramps but the pavement is very low.