The Mall Athens
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Fun●Food●Fashion●195 εμπορικά καταστήματα●25 εστιατόρια και καφέ●14 κινηματογραφικές αίθουσες & χώροι αναψυχής και διασκέδασης για όλη την οικογένεια
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Located just two train stations away from the home , Athens The Mall is the most popular mall for shopping and dinning in.
This is one of the largest shopping and leisure centers in Southeastern Europe and there you will find everything you need in terms of shopping, eating, cinema etc. Also available inside the mall are supermarkets and ATM's.
Located in the northern suburbs of Athens, this mall is most easily accessible by train. As per their slogan "fun, food, fashion -- it's all in the Mall," you can spend a full day here without getting bored. The Mall is especially popular for its cinema facilities.
The best shops in Athens is in this Mall, village cinemas, KFC,Goodys,La Pasteria, etc.
Large Shopping Mall- Northern Suburbs - Clothes- Shoes- Jewelery Cafes/Restaurants/Cinema
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“Kolonaki may be the city’s poshest neighbourhood, but there’s delicious irony in the fact that under Ottoman rule it was largely grazing lands. Many of its earliest inhabitants chose to settle at the foot of Lycabettus hill because it reminded them of their mountain village. Kolonaki’s star may have waned in recent years, but it’s still the place moneyed Athenians go to shop and socialise. And just as the city’s centre of gravity has shifted so has Kolonaki’s, moving from Agios Dionysios to Kolonaki Square, with the cafés on its lower side and along Kapsali street siphoning off its cachet. But Kolonaki never goes out of style—and is in fact reclaiming its own. The high street retailers that sprouted like weeds in the 1990s have beat a retreat, leaving space for a new crop of Greek designers to move in. ”
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