The privileged location of Enattica Suites allows you to visit the most essential points of Athens without the need to use a vehicle, almost outside the hotel door!
Just a few meters away from the hotel, Monastiraki Square is full of people all day long. The square extends on the south side of Ermou Street, from the height of Mitropoleos Square to Thiseio Square. It is adjacent to the districts of Psirri, Plaka, and Thiseio.
Its name comes from the old church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary of Athens, which is built on the square and formerly was a dependency of a monastery and, specifically, the Monastery of Kareas on Hymettus. The old Tzistarakis Mosque also dominates the square, a mosque built in 1759 and which today houses a branch of the Museum of Greek Folk Art.
Abyssinia Square is a square between the commercial streets of Ermou and Hephaestus in Monastiraki, Athens. It is located in the historic triangle of the old city, bounded by Stadiou and Panagi Tsaldari streets, the urban center of Omonia in the north, and the Acropolis Hill in the south. Its name comes from the ancient name of Ethiopia, Abyssinia, probably because of the Ethiopians who used to live in this area. It is located in the heart of the small trade of the old Athenians, west of the traditional settlement of Plaka, south of the Psirri district, and east of Thiseio. The square has long been known for its permanent flea market of antique dealers, right next to the auction house in Monastiraki and the well-known Sunday Bazaar, which began its operation in July 1912 with a special royal decree and continues to the present.