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Acropolis and Ancient Theater

north end of Sparta, Sparta, Sparta Municipality, Greece
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Small-Group Day Trip to Sparta from Kalamata
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north end of Sparta, Sparta, Sparta Municipality, Greece
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Certainly the top tourist attraction in Athens. Huge crowds and people swamp the place. Also major restoration work going on. Steep stairs en same were quiet slippery. Beautiful view over Athens from the top. If you are into Greek mythology, you will enjoy this place!

Thank 61Riana
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After Acropolis in Athens, we visited Sparta by car while staying in Nauplia and hadn't seen one single picture of what it is like today, so were surprised to see how little Sparta's Acropolis had been excavated. No guides, no on-site museum, just some gardeners...More

Thank Margarita V
Reviewed 4 October 2017 via mobile

Great visit - beautiful site - views over the new city of Sparta. No signage to find the place- a main entrance is closed. Go to the Leonidas monument and look left, there is a 400m path that leads to the site. No info if...More

1  Thank Peggy M
Reviewed 29 September 2017

The title says it all. I was disappointed because I expected the stones to be Spartan. I saw photos before I went and thought they were built by the Spartans. But NO! The Romans and Byzantines built on top of the original Spartan site. Everything...More

Thank GlobeTrotter10101
Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

Afternoon visit in the Spartan park of the ruins of the ancient city. Unfortunately under the archeological point view there is not much to see. However, the park has a nice atmosphere with ancient ruins in this park with few people around and only the...More

1  Thank PaoloLong
Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

You can witness firsthand a raw archaeological site: no ticket, no renovations! Ruins and a semi hidden ancient theater! If you have time go for a walk, it's within walking distance from the city center (about 10-15 minutes on foot)!

1  Thank duoteam
Reviewed 26 August 2017

This is a great relaxing place to visit. The overwhelming history , olives and their shades and pines and their smell, even in a hot summer day the acropolis was very nice to visit. Although , for the significance of the historical site, i did...More

Thank Darko M
Reviewed 16 August 2017

The area of Acropolis and Agora are the real areas of Sparta from the 8th century BC until Roman era. The area of the Agora is placed at the plateau of Palaiokastro. Ancient sources mention that on the Acropolis was a temple of Athena, Athena...More

Thank MuhammadDudha
Reviewed 30 July 2017

Went back again this year although nothing has changed its lovely to walk around and sit in the theatre and absorb the atmosphere of what it must have been like all those years ago

1  Thank David L
Reviewed 11 July 2017

A smaller but also very important site when compared to the Acropolis in Athens, this place is definitely worth visiting, since a lot of things in here are well preserved. My personal highlight were the big rocks with ancient Greek sculptured on them, they look...More

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