Nice views with lots of stopping points. In particular we were most interested in Socrates prison and surrounding area.
About Philopappos Hill
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Visited here as part of a walking tour. It is a bit of a hike going to the top of the hill, so wear comfortable shoes. The views are real nice, 360 all round with the Agean Sea on one side and the Acropolis on...More
You have a great view of the city, the harbor and also the Acropolis from here. If you plan to be here 15-20 mins before sunset, then you get the view of the sunset, plus you can wait the 30 minutes for the Acropolis buildings...More
this hill gives you an amazing view of the city of Athens ,of the Akropoli and in the other side the mount Lykavitus..at night its more beautifull and romantic..
Excellent place for a light hike and very rewarding once at the top. Lots of casual paths with lots of ruins on the way and Monument of Philopappos at the top. The birthplace of democracy - Pnyx is a must see.
its one of those places that i go over and over. One time to show frinneds another time to watch sunset. It located in a walking distance from Acropoli and you can clearly see Acropoli and destress the tireness of the day here. Can only...More
This hill was exactly what I needed after the crowds and the sounds of the big city. On this hill you can actually hear the birds chirping. And while you’re walking around, you run into all kinds of ruines and nice buildings. Also, it give...More
While the monument on top of this hill isn’t that interesting,the views on the Acropolis are perfect and make it worthwhile to climb up .
Nice walk to the entrance then a rocky uneven slippery trail to the summit where many people wait to take a photograph of the sunset. Take a torch if you intend to stay until dark.