It is completely empty. Waste of time. 2 dark parts under hill. 1 closed. No single lamp or info there. Save time and spend it more for impressive Mykenes fortress.
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Typical Mycenaean royal tomb. It is not far from the main entrance. Once inside you can see how big it is, huge! There was nothing inside on our visit, and it has been like this since its discovery. This Tholos (behive) tomb most probably contained...More
Our guide just called this the Beehive tomb and that's what it looks like. The cubes change sizes as the structure rises. It's hard to believe it was built with the simplest tools. We visited this before the ruins and Lions Gate. It's a must...More
It is nearby the main site, and it is different than everything we saw in Greece. It is a tall cone structure, possibly tomb, or maybe a treasury room? It is better to fantasize about royal tomb, than about the storage for gold. Try echo.
A must visit after seeing the Mycenean Fortress Ruins. The tomb/treasury is where the palace royalty were buried and it is very impressive with its vaulted corbelled ceiling and imposing entrance. Admission is included with your ticket from the Mycenean ruins up the road, so...More
This is a brief stop going to or from Mycenae. It's fascinating to see the architecture of the tomb. And it is nice to get out of the sun!
This dates back to 3500 BC and is the oldest dome in the world - totally worth seeing. We got lucky in having an amazing guide. It doesnt take very long to see and naturally combine it with the ancient city also, and the whole...More
The "beehive tomb" is located down the road from Mycenae. The same ticket gains you entrance. It is well preserved and definitely worth a visit. There is no signage so a guidebook would be helpful to provide historical information. Acoustics are incredible.