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Buying LEGO in Athens

Can anyone suggest me any good places to buy Lego in Athens?
Many thanks

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  • soiramsoiram Member Posts: 5
    Could you define "good"? They don't come cheap and there isn't much variety compared to the rest of Europe.
    There are a couple of Lego stores in the center (ermou str in syntagma and anagnostopoulou str in Kolonaki) with very little stock. There is a local TRU-like store chain called Moustakas, which is likely to have the largest stock on display, but is by far the most expensive place. Games.com.gr is one of the cheapest but you ll be better off ordering online.
    Try www.bestprice.gr search for lego and you 'll get an idea of prices and shops.

    Only reason I can think is the odd chance of finding old stock items (plenty of at-ats 8129 at moustakas, recently reduced to 159€ for example) but generally bricklink is cheaper.

    I 've read somewhere that a guy who visited scored good deals of old sets in various small toyshops but I have yet to find such a store.

    Give me more info on requirements and I 'll provide feedback
    legoman1234
  • Steve_J_OMSteve_J_OM IrelandMember Posts: 987
    When I visited Athens in 2010 I was surprised to find what I thought, at the time, was an actual LEGO brand retail outlet. It isn't one, but it does seem to sell LEGO exclusively - the store sign outside even has the logo which makes it pretty easily identifiable. I don't know the name of the street it is on, but it is pretty central.
    legoman1234
  • legoman1234legoman1234 Member Posts: 33
    edited July 2014
    soiram said:

    Could you define "good"? They don't come cheap and there isn't much variety compared to the rest of Europe.
    There are a couple of Lego stores in the center (ermou str in syntagma and anagnostopoulou str in Kolonaki) with very little stock. There is a local TRU-like store chain called Moustakas, which is likely to have the largest stock on display, but is by far the most expensive place. Games.com.gr is one of the cheapest but you ll be better off ordering online.
    Try www.bestprice.gr search for lego and you 'll get an idea of prices and shops.

    Only reason I can think is the odd chance of finding old stock items (plenty of at-ats 8129 at moustakas, recently reduced to 159€ for example) but generally bricklink is cheaper.

    I 've read somewhere that a guy who visited scored good deals of old sets in various small toyshops but I have yet to find such a store.

    Give me more info on requirements and I 'll provide feedback

    I would like to buy bricks from PAB wall or polybags.
    But if I can't do that in Athens, I will be happy with old or new Star Wars sets.
    Please, can you give me adresses?
  • soiramsoiram Member Posts: 5
    I haven't seen any PABs in Athens.
    For polybags check Brick by BrIck store (south Athens suburb of Glyfada), with outrageous prices:
    11 Metaxa Avenue, Stoa Arian (next to New Cult), Glyfada, Athens, 166 75
    [email protected]
    They also have a store in the north Athens suburb Kifissia, Kolokotroni 1 & Levidou, 14562

    Moustakas toys locations: http://corporate.moustakastoys.gr/en/ShopList.html

    Lego stores: 8 ermou str, syntagma square, athens and 5 anagnostopoulou str, kolonaki square, athens.

    Sorry for late answer I was on holidays

    legoman1234
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