Money exchange in Athens

Greece is a member of the Eurozone and its official currency is the Euro (€). If you are traveling from a country in the Eurozone, you don’t have to change your money.
Euro area member countries include Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain.

However, if you are traveling from another country outside the eurozone, you will need to convert your cash into Euro (€).
Here is a list of money exchange agencies operating in Athens:

Locations: Athens International Airport
Syntagma (2 Karageiorgi Servias Street)
Monastiraki (1 Areos Street)
Piraeus (62 Filonos Street)

Capital exchange
Locations: Omonoia (6 Agiou Konstantinou Street, 12 Omonoia Square, 4 Piraeus Street)
Syntagma (3-5 Karageorgi Servias Street)
Acropolis (7 Makrygianni Street)
Amerikis Square (183 Acharnon Avenue)
Piraeus (28 Akti Posidonos Street)
Patissia (324 Acharnon Avenue)

Tip: Keeping an eye on the exchange rate is recommended. Exchange rates are dependent on the economy and are constantly fluctuating.
Tourist exchange rates usually are less favorable compared to the average market rate. Exchange services near the airport and other busy tourist locations tend to offer lower rates.
An online currency converter can show you the average market exchange rate and can help you select the best agency for your exchange transactions.