The gay & lesbian scene in athens

Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but most popular in the early evening which is a nice change from most gay bars in athens that frequently don’t open until 9 or 10 pm. In the early afternoon, david offers one-of-a-kind cocktails and greek coffee, perhaps preparing queer clubbers for the long hours spent entranced by the music and lights inside of the club: if you’re looking for queer entertainment in the heart of athens, you can likely find it here.

The 7-times club at 13 maiouli street right by the monastiraki metro station in psiri plays international music, a mix of live and dj. Their house band plays everything from elvis to depeche mode and you can hear anything from rock and roll, to swing, different varieties of jazz, pop, funk, bozza-nova, sixties and even irish music on st patrick’s day.

Athens clubs are numerous and vary in style and type, offering something for every taste. With an industrial baroque aesthetic, top of the line sound and lighting systems, and the best dj and live acts, combined with a unique approach to partying, lohan nightclub is redefining one party at a time. With all the new pedestrian streets and squares that surround the acropolis you can walk for hours in the evening and when you get tired there is always a cafe-bar or restaurant to take a break at.

You can find hotels in my hotels of greece coastal athens page or by searching on ‘s attika page also see fantasy travel’s far from the maddening crowd which has several greek island and mainland programs where you stay on the coast instead of downtown athens. This type of screening is used by clubs to make their club “Exclusive”, by denying entry to people who are not dressed in a stylish enough manner.

In ancient times, odeons were built for musical contests, and this ancient stone theatre has gone on to host some of the world’s best musical performances during the last 60 years since its modern-day re-opening, including nana mouskouri, luciano pavarotti, and frank sinatra to name a few. It is quite interesting fact to mention that some years back, a governmental law tried to impose stricter closing times to nightclubs (closing at 3 am) to boost the country’s productivity, but the a virtual rebellion put a stop to that and athenians could keep on partying happily all hours.

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