Sunday Shopping Now Legal In Certain Areas Across Greece

  • by XpatAthens
  • Thursday, 13 July 2017
Sunday Shopping Now Legal In Certain Areas Across Greece
Greek Economy Minister Dimitris Papadimitriou recently signed the ministerial decision that includes the areas in the regions of Attica and Central Macedonia that shops can voluntarily operate on 32 Sundays a year from May to October.

Shops located in the following areas in Attica and Central Macedonia are allowed to operate on Sundays:

1. The section of Poseidonos Avenue, which is included in the municipalities of Kallithea, Palaio Faliro, Alimou, Argyroupoli-Elliniko and Glyfada.

2. The area of ​​the Municipality of Piraeus that is surrounded by the streets: Gr. Lambraki, Akti Moutsopoulou, 2as Merarchias, Akti Miaouli, Akti Poseidonos, Akti Kallimasioti, Alipedou, Kekropos and Karaoli and Demetriou.

3. The area of ​​the Municipality of Kallithea, which is surrounded by the streets of Egeos, Euripidou, Zervou, Agias Lavras, Kremou, Harokopou, Dimosthenous, Skra, Aristidou, Olympias, Iatridou, Platonos, Spartis, Eleftherios Venizelos Avenue, Pericleous, Metamorfosis, Praxitelouss, Isminis, Thali, Peisistratou and from Heron Polytechniou Square to Poseidonos Avenue.

4. The area of ​​the Municipality of Paleo Faliro, which extends from Amphitheas Avenue to Poseidonos Avenue.

To read this article in full and for more areas where shops will be open, please visit: Greek Travel Pages