Live in Athens
To live and study in Athens is an inviting idea for any aspiring expat looking to find a new experience living abroad in a vibrant city. From its fascinating history immortalized in its sun-bleached ruins and traditional architecture to its cuisine, there are a huge number of reasons to live in Athens.
The city has a population making up nearly half of that of Greece and is situated. The city is located in the middle of mainland Greece, giving you a great opportunity to explore the rest of Greece. Surrounded by stunning scenery, there are countless places around the city to visit, both historical and modern attractions.
Athens’ huge ports allow you to travel to the countless beautiful islands around Greece which are all hugely popular.
Along with the great food and cheap cost of living, the quality of life in Athens is very high. The city is safe compared to many major cities in Europe and much more peaceful. Getting around the city is a breeze with its great transport links.
Athens is a big city with a great public transport system. No matter where you decide to live, the metro is a short walk away, making it very easy to get around. The metro is often on time and extends out to the city limits (or Piraeus, the closest port).
There are three lines in Athen’s metro.Green line, Red line and Blue line. The Green and Blue line have as their final destination Piraeus, which is the largest port of Greece and one of the largest in Europe. There is also the Red line, which goes from Anthoupoli to Elliniko, and the Blue line, which goes from Piraeus to the Airport. The distance between each subway is roughly 2 to 5 minutes of walking.
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