This is a shopping street. No cars only pedestrians. Just like any shopping street or mall. Nothing special.
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After hearing for years about Ermou that it's the place to go when you come to Athens I was very disappointed. The shops were very commercialised and I wouldn't buy something that I can buy from back home. The most disappointing thing was all the...More
Wear comfy shoe as this street is a bit on the cobblestone side. I think this is the main shopping street and here is shopping on both side.. no vehicles allowed on this street. Lots of stores.. ice cream shops in between and my favourite..perfume...More
The part of Ermou Street close to Syntagma is a pedestrian shopping area. A church is worth seeing: the Panaghia Kapnikaréa Church is a unique Byzantine-style architecture (11th century).
Lot of street cafes, street vendors, souvenir and other shops. Gets very busy, watch out for pick picketers and pedlers!
Very strategic street to stay (as hotel staying) close to all other main attractions and streets. You can find a lot of shoe shops and other medium range brands like H&M, Zara, Sephora, Ths Fashion, some better level brands are also available like Massimo Dutti...More
This street is definately for shopaholics. You can find very expensive and cheap shops as well. The street is not so long and it is also a good option to walk along during the evening/night.
At roughly a kilometre long, Ermou Street might not be the most glamourous address in Athens but it seems to be a good place for friends, couples or families to stroll or hang out. The eastern end is almost an extension of Syntagma Square, and...More