On the hour, every hour. It really is an impressive sight seeing the ceremonial guards doing their slow motion synchronized march at the tomb of the unknown soldier. A must see.
About Hellenic Parliament
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Though it is impossible to visit Athens without seeing the Parliament, this is in many ways just a big building on the main square of the city. Not particularly beautiful, not particularly well maintained, not particularly memorable - and visits are not allowed and you...More
Nothing really much to see here other than the changing of the guard, which is pretty cool. The guard marching can be seen throughout the day, but we didn't get exact times. Syntagma Square across the street seemed like a fun safe place to hang...More
If you plan on traveling all the way to the Parliament building, make sure you do it to coincide with the changing of the guards out in front of the building facing the square. We lucked out and just happened to show up just before...More
What a pretty building and watching the guards change is a must see. Its so rich in history to watch the tradition and learn about what they are doing. It is not about just watching but educating and immersing yourself into this rich history!!!
A nice building to see and take some pictures there. You should visit it when the guards change so you can see their specific "dance". It's right in Syntagma square, so in the center of the city.
The parliament is a nice building. When the guards change it is interesting and funny to watch. The square before the parliament is cosy.
The guards outside are reason enough to visit. However my son booked us onto a free tour of the parliament building (email in advance for tour availability - they tend to run on Monday and Friday afternoon at 3,30 for certain months of year). Our...More