Such a beautiful place even though it has few ancient ruins but you can tell how beautiful it was. I was looking for an old mosque in that area which was built in the 17th-century as an Ottoman mosque to my surprise I found it...More
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We bought our multi site ticket from here because there were no queues and we knew it would mean visiting the Acropolis later all the more easier. A really pleasant site to wander around without having to beat the maddening crowds. Some of it is...More
We visited as part of the 7 sites ticket. Incredible how so much damage caused since it was constructed. Even more impressive how it was actually built.
The origins of Western philosophy and democracy are here. On a glorious sunny but cool day, we walked among marble columns and visited the Temple of Winds. Beneath the Acropolis, this was worth the walk down and back. A must see. If you are visiting...More
Plan to spend at least one to two hours walking around this historic site. It has a lot of different sites to marvel at. Around it there are lots of cafes and tavernas. Bring your walking shoes.
This would remind you of the Roman Forum area in Rome. It was used for precisely the same thing. It was where business, market, etc. took place. It is hard to figure out how to get into this area to visit because there is fencing...More
This wasn't on my to do list while in Athens and we went on the day we were flying home, just to kill sometime before the taxi to the airport, what a mistake it would have been to miss this out, you are visiting almost...More
As with all the historic sights of Athens this is a must see with its Tower of the Winds. It is quite a large area with many interesting ruins.
I liked this more than Acropolis. It gives you a chance to get a glimpse into ancient anthena. It is always less crowded than Acropolis and is relatively flat.