One can fall in love with Athens at the very first sight. However, to explore all its wonders, a lifetime is not enough. This city should be visited at least for ten days for unhasting walks on the narrow streets of its old city, for drinking flavored coffee and spending hours on its old cafes before visiting for the umpteenth time the Acropolis Museum or admiring the Parthenon, a symbol of the Greek capital and a perfect creation of the Ancient Greek genius, Theatre of Dionysus, the rock of the Areopagus, the temple of Zeus, Agora - Greek and Roman, Hadrian's library and Kerameikos. The City of Athens was founded in the XVI century BC, and today it is the home of the one-third of the population of modern Greece, and here the metropolitan life of the modern European city is seething, not differing much from the life in Rome, Paris or Moscow. With one asterisk. If you are already in love and wish to come to Athens to connect your hearts or have found love in this unique city, you will never forget (and you will not want to) the romantic walks in the moonlight overlooking the eternal Parthenon, the fiery sirtaki dance in one of the taverns in Plaka, the evening city lights from the height of the cable car of the Casino Mont Parnes or the magic of the magnificent sunset over the ruins of the temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion.