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The Acropolis dominates the view from a large part of Athens. It is a very interesting site when you take in the nearby temples and the Theater of Dionysis.
Just pack your walking shoes. Its quite a hike from the streets of Athens, and still...More
we believe if you come to Athens you shouldn't miss Acropolis; it's really amazing! Acropolis there is also a hill called Filopappou; if you enter there and you move to the direction of Acropolis you will see the most beautiful view of the monument. enjoy...More
Though the place is as always crowded, it is always good to see the ancient ruins and understand more of the history behind it.
The price is now 20 euros, but there are days where you can enter for free in the following dates March...More
We bought a ticket for 30 euros which allowed us to visit 5 of the major tourist sites. It also allowed us to enter without having to queue. I would recommend it as good value. It is advisable to wear a good pair of shoes...More
There is not much that can be said about the Acropolis that hasn't already been said. I believe everyone should see the Acropolis once in there lifetime. Make sure to enjoy the view at night as they light it up beautifully.
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I found this response from Alabastron dates this year: “There is only one way up which you can comfortably do with a stroller: the main Acropolis entrance on Dionysiou Areopagitou. It's a gentle climb on a wide... More
I found this response from Alabastron dates this year: “There is only one way up which you can comfortably do with a stroller: the main Acropolis entrance on Dionysiou Areopagitou. It's a gentle climb on a wide, well-surfaced path to the ticket office. The building where you can check the stroller in is close by.”