Aiolou Street (Greek: Οδός Αιóλου) (also Eolou Street) is a street in downtown Athens, the Greek capital. It is named after Aeolus, the god of winds in Greek mythology. The street is one-way and originally ran entirely southbound but since the closure of Athinas Street in the late-1990s as part of the renovation plan, the part north of Lykourgou Street is one-way northbound. The street begins in Pelopidas Street further south of Ermou Street and ends in Panepistimiou Street (Eleftheriou Venizelou Avenue) and north of this street is 28 Oktovriou or Patission Street.
The street was first laid in the 19th century and was the first street in Athens to be paved. Neoclassical buildings were built then as well and are still present today in the southern and the central part of the street. After World War II and the Greek Civil War, modern eight to ten storey buildings were built in the northern part and traffic lights were installed on Adrianou, Ermou, Evrypidou, Sofokleous, Stadiou and Panepistimiou/28 Oktovriou (Patissi) intersections.
The General Post Office of Greece is situated at number 100 Aiolou Street.
- Pelopidas Street
- Adrianou Street - east
- Pandrosou Street
- Mitropouleos Street
- Ermou Street
- Agias Eirinis and Athiados Streets
- Voreou Street - west
- Kolokotronis Street - walkway
- Miltiados Street - east
- Vyssis Street - west
- Sosypyliotsis Street
- Evrypidou Street
- Sofokleous Street
- Efpolidos and I. Stavrou Streets
- Lykourgos Street - west
- Stadiou Street
- Panepistimiou Street and Patission Street