A national treasure fit for a Queen, this former royal garden was created in the mid-1800s and has been a focal point of Athenian life ever since it was declared a public space in 1927. You’ll find an impressive trove of plant and bird species in this 158,000-square-metre park, along with wrought-iron gazebos, turtle ponds and shady secluded nooks, perfect for picnics and lovebirds.
- The main entrance has no step.
- The ground is paved with stones and after that there is soil with fine gravel.
- There are some spots with steps in the garden, but also step-free paths.
- It closes its gates at sunset.