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Constitution Square
Constitution square is situated in front of the Greek Parliament and has been characterized by a number of historical, political and social events. The Constitution square even today is an important meeting point for the citizens for celebrations & cultural events. After the Olympic Games in Athens in 2004, Syntagma Square is the most important meeting point of Athens since almost all public transportation of the city start from there - metro, tram, bus . So close to the constitution will find subway, tram, bus and train.
The most important attraction of Syntagma Square is the changing of the guard in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The changing of the guard takes place by the Presidential Guard, in front of Parliament, every one hour with a typical accuracy in all synchronized movements of the Evzones. On national holidays and Sundays, the typical change of guard takes place from 120 Evzones.
Proof of the prominence of the Constitution square to the economic, cultural and social life of Athens is the fact that there begins the most commercial street of Athens, Ermou.
Trying to find parking in Athens is the most difficult process. But exactly where you will find the Metropark. Just give us your keys and our experienced personnel will park your car with care and safety. Parking in the city center is now called Metropark.

The oldest district of Athens, Plaka, characterized by historic monuments of all eras showing that the heart of the city was beating here from ancient times until today. Many small churches and a mosque, a hammam and the first university in Greece, without forgetting the Roman Forum, constitute the cultural image of the city.
One of the most beautiful corners of Plaka is Anafiotika. This area creates a sense of Cycladic islands with little whitewashed houses, beautiful courtyards, balconies and quaint narrow streets. The district was created in the mid 19th century, when they settled in workers from Anafi, who had come to Athens to work as masons, the reconstruction of the city and the construction of the then royal palaces. What is commonly accepted about Anafiotika, is that it is a real "painting" in the heart of bustling Athens.
And after browsing through the narrow streets, one glass of wine at one of the many taverns under the Acropolis will fulfill you with joy!
In the wider area of ​​Plaka circulation and parking of cars is prohibited, so a visit at Metropark is indispensable. Although Athens city enables controlled parking ticket payments, you will quickly understand that Metropark, the most modern parking in Athens, is what you're looking for!