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Athens, which sprawls well beyond its official limits, is unlike any other European capital. Home to roughly one-third of the Greek population, its fabric has been woven by successive waves of migrants – initially from the Greek provinces, today from abroad – since it was designed and built in the early 19th century. The Greek capital may exhibit all the trappings of a big city but at heart it remains a small town. From the air, Athens is an amorphous grey mass; at ground level, it dissolves into neighbourhoods, each separate yet each a part of the rest of the city.

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Mikro

Popular nightclub in Glyfada

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Mikro is one of the busies clubs in Glyfada, attracting large crowds every weekend. The programme ranges from deep house to rock and funk. The club is known as a stage for renowned Greek and international DJs.

The decor is psychedelic, and futuristic, with hundreds of miniature bottles lining up the shelves of the bar, all lit by colorful LED lights. Excellent cocktails, decent prices.

Mikro
Laodikis 33-35 , Athens
Area
Omonia Square
Hours
Mon - Sun: 8:00 pm - 5:00 am