Amalias Avenue, Syntagma Square
Ancient and modern, with equal measures of grunge and grace, bustling Athens is a heady mix of history and edginess. Iconic monuments mingle with first-rate museums, lively cafes and al fresco dining – and it’s downright fun.
The historic centre is an open-air museum, yet the city’s cultural and social life takes place amid these ancient landmarks, merging past and present. The magnificent Acropolis rises above the sprawling metropolis and has stood witness to the city’s many transformations.
Post-Olympics Athens, even in the face of current financial issues, is conspicuously more sophisticated and cosmopolitan than ever before. Stylish restaurants, shops and hip hotels, and artsy-industrial neighbourhoods and entertainment quarters such as Gazi, show Athens’ modern face.
The surrounding region of Attiki holds some spectacular antiquities as well – such as the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion – and lovely beaches, like those near historic Marathon.
Start LIne: The Half Marathon Race starts from Amalias Avenue, Syntagma Square, in front of the Greek Parliament.
Course: The Half Marathon Race follows: Panepistimiou Avenue – Aiolou Str – Stadiou Avenue – Filellinon Str – Amallias Avenue – Vas. Olgas Avenue – Vas. Konstantinou Avenue up to Eratosthenous Str – Vas. Sofias Avenue – Vas. Sofias /Kifisias/Alexandras Avenue Junction – Alexandras Avenue – Patision – U turn on Kefallinias Str – Patision Avenue (towards Omonia Square) – Aiolou Str – Stadiou Avenue – Filellinon Str – Amalias Avenue (change lane at Vas. Olgas Avenue lights) – At. Diakou Str – Ardittou Str – Vas. Konstantinou Avenue – Vas. Sofias Avenue – Zacharof Str – Alexandras Avenue – Patision Avenue – Panepistimiou Avenue – Amalias Avenue and finish in front of the Greek Parliament
Finish: Runners finish on Amalias Avenue, Syntagma Square (in front of the Greek Parliament), after two laps.
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