PALAS CINEMA PAGRATI

Built in , this cinema oozes charm with its intimate garden setting, facing the sacred rock of the Acropolis. Excellent service makes this the most exclusive of outdoor cinemas. Visit one of the many outdoor cinemas in Athens and enjoy a movie in the open-air. Snacks and drinks are available. Aegli plays movies for all tastes in the theatrical setting of oasis-like Zappeion Garden with a state-of-the-art sound system. Frequented by local actors and artists, this legendary rooftop cinema on Exarcheia Square — famous for its love of the Hitchcock oeuvre — shows European and arty films true to the intellectual character of the district. Blankets available, if chilly.

Frequented by local actors and artists, this legendary rooftop cinema on Exarcheia Square — famous for its love of the Hitchcock oeuvre — shows European and arty films true to the intellectual character of the district. Fountains play underneath the projection screen; alluring cosy tavernas are nearby. Ideal for classic movie lovers and Hitchcock fans. The cultural heart of Petralona, the student quarter, this is the open-air art-house of Athens and alternative summer home of intellectuals, artists, film critics and celebrities. Notable for its vintage poster shop. Well situated for a post-screening ouzo or two at the ouzeri just outside the doors.

Located in a roof garden above Philomousou Etairias Square.

Fountains play underneath the projection screen; alluring cosy tavernas are nearby. Visit one of the many outdoor cinemas in Athens and enjoy a movie in the open-air.

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Here are some of the most renowned ones. Aegli plays movies for all tastes in the theatrical setting of oasis-like Zappeion Garden with a state-of-the-art sound system.

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Snacks and drinks are available. Built inthis cinema oozes charm with its intimate garden setting, facing the sacred rock of the Acropolis. Cine Paris shows contemporary award-winning pictures as well as the classics.

Often in built-up areas, some open-air cinemas have discreet entrances, but spot a buzzing queue on a cobbled pavement between May and September and the chances are you are at a movie-house door. The bar supplies chill beer and delicious souvlaki.

Two red velvet curtains at the entrance symbolise an unashamedly unmodernised reverence for cinematic tradition. After a bistro dinner in Plaka Square, you can sit back and marvel at a surreal view of the Acropolis hovering above the neo-classical buildings in this oldest quarter of the city.

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Well situated for a post-screening ouzo or two at the ouzeri just outside the doors. Notable for homemade sour cherry drink and cheese pie. Home News Pgarati Business. The cultural heart of Petralona, the student quarter, this is the open-air art-house of Athens and alternative summer home of intellectuals, artists, film critics and celebrities.

Smoking is generally allowed. The floor tilts down towards the screen to allow for a better view. One of the most popular haunts in town, it offers mainstream films, pizza and hot dogs plus a charming bar.

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One of the oldest cinemas in the working-class district of Pangrati, complete with art-deco interior and red velvet armchairs, as well pagfati a second, open-air venue on the rooftop. Blankets available, if chilly. Frequented by local actors and artists, this legendary rooftop cinema on Exarcheia Square — famous for its love of the Hitchcock oeuvre — shows European and arty films true to the intellectual character of the district.

Films are shown in their original language with Greek subtitles, never dubbed.

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In a spacious, scented garden in the Exarcheia neighbourhood, the alternative quarter of Athens, Riviera screens classical and European cinema. Notable for its vintage poster shop.

Ideal for classic movie lovers and Oagrati fans. Here are some of the best ones to visit:. In the Sixties, the city used to host more than outdoor cinemas showing classic Hollywood flicks to neighbourhood audiences on makeshift seating, surrounded by potted plants and the illuminated windows of surrounding apartments where people sneakily watched from balconies free of charge. Expect re-mastered copies of old movies and exclusive European releases.