One of the oldest and largest cities of Greece, Athens, rules over the Attica periphery as the capital of Greece. The city spreads itself across 2928 square kilometers of land and is the main center of economic, political, industrial, financial and cultural center of Greece.
Well known as the cradle of western civilization, the city is the birthplace of Sophocles, Pericles, Socrates and many other prominent philosophers, politicians and writers. Athens is the hub of philosophy, learning and arts. It is also the habitat of Aristotle’s Lyceum and Plato’s Academy.