Athens Kifisia

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General information

Kifisia Neighborhood in Athens: Kifissia is one of the most beautiful urban settings in Attica. It is located 12 km from Athens city center, making up part of the northern suburbs.
It is primarily known for being one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the Greek capital, with a sophisticated atmosphere and an upscale character.

Kifisia is much quieter than the busy city center, with long wide roads surrounded by lush trees, beautiful parks and elegant shops.
Strolling around, you will notice that the streets are full of luxurious houses, neoclassical mansions and newly-built villas with spacious and well-cared gardens.

Hotels in Kifisia

We have made a selection of the best hotels in Kifisia.


Hotel BungalowsLuxury

Semiramis Hotel is a boutique hotel in Kifisia. It stands out thanks to its unique modern design, with colorful details that create an aesthetically pleasing environment with an amazing atmosphere. The hotel's rooms are spacious, with useful amenities. The facilities offered include a restaurant and ...


Kefalari Suites

Hotel Apartments3 stars

Luxurious suites with an elegant design and a charming atmosphere are offered by Kefalari Suites for an unforgettable accommodation experience in Kifissia, one of the best areas to stay in Athens. Each suite has a unique style and some additional deluxe amenities, such as a hot tub.



Hotel3 stars

The modern rooms and suites of Nafsika Hotel have been decorated with great attention to detail in order to provide a beautifully designed environment with a very pleasant atmosphere for your accommodation in Athens, near the center of Kifissia area. The hotel has a restaurant, a breakfast room, and ...


Things to See & Do in Kifisia

Check out the things to see & do in Kifisia during your stay and explore what the area has to offer.

Kifisia Map

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More about Kifisia

The history of Kifisia dates back to ancient Greece, and even back then the area was popular among wealthy individuals and philosophers.
The current form of the area started coming to life after the Greek War of Independence, during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Over the years, Kifisia has housed wealthy and influential people, including politicians, celebrities and artists.

In addition to the aristocratic architecture, Kifisia has a few places of interest really worth visiting, such as the Goulandris Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Telecommunications.
If you happen to be there during late spring, the Kifisia Flower Show is one of the biggest local happenings, transforming the area into a hotspot for gardening lovers.

At the center of Kifisia, you will find a wide variety of shopping malls and stores with luxury brands, such as Valentino, Prada, Chanel and many more.
Charming cafes and restaurants, stylish bars, lovely patisseries, art galleries, luxury boutiques and open-air cinemas are available.


1 Review
  • sobugia 09 Aug 2010
    New places to see every time
    Athens is a place I visit at least twice a year on work, and my impressions of the city, if I were to be realistic, are that the city is not a lot different from any other European metropolis, where a kind of chaotic harmony exists between the ancient and the modern, the moral and the immoral, and the clean and the unclean. If you can actually stop complaining about all the negative aspects and start looking at the positive side, I am sure you will find that the city has a lot to offer, be it its bustling nightlife, or the grand archeological sites, or the fabulous museums, or the mouthwatering cuisine.

    One of my favorite pastimes is to climb on the metro and take a tour of the city. The ride in itself is a journey through the history of Athens, opening up a whole new world of shiny marble and ancient artifacts which have never failed to fascinate me. On my last trip, I visited Kifissia, a green and elegant suburb in the northern part of Athens. Located around a beautiful square and a botanical garden, Kifissia has become a retreat for many Athenians who wish to get away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis.

    I enjoyed taking a walk around the square with its many restaurants and cafes offering an excellent choice of food and wine. They even made their own ice creams! I went for the cheese pies and spinach pies, followed by a delicious rice pudding and a frappe to wash down the goodies. With sinful treats like these, it is little wonder that the square is buzzing with sport clubs, gyms and spas!