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Acropolis

Athens 10558, Greece
+30 21 0321 4172
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The most famous site in all of Athens, this large hill lies in the center of the city and contains a cluster of ancient ruins.
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  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Athens 10558, Greece
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+30 21 0321 4172
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"bring water"
in 289 reviews
"bucket list"
in 277 reviews
"ticket office"
in 171 reviews
"worth the climb"
in 204 reviews
"avoid the crowds"
in 209 reviews
"amazing site"
in 160 reviews
"wear comfortable shoes"
in 170 reviews
"restoration work"
in 164 reviews
"awe inspiring"
in 208 reviews
"take your time"
in 257 reviews
"visit athens"
in 370 reviews
"bottle of water"
in 161 reviews
"ancient agora"
in 223 reviews
"hill"
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Reviewed today via mobile

After a long day of touring, we approsched the refreshment stand on the south slope outside the Acropolis. My wife was desperate for a lemonade slushy. I paid the gentleman the 4.5e for the drink, and instead of using the slushy machine, he pours lemonade...More

Thank Gary B
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Reviewed today

I visited Athens in June and went to the Acropolis. The site is undubitably of great importance for history and umanity and is also quite well preserved. No queue in June so everything went very well from that point of view. Unfortunately there isn't at...More

Thank Emanuela R
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Reviewed today via mobile

I’ve been dreaming of going to the Acropolis since I was a young girl. Seeing it in person was a dream come true. It was hot so make sure you bring water. Take lots and lots of photos but dont forget to slow down and...More

Thank Mstheisen
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Reviewed today

Go as early as you can to avoid the crowds. If you have more days in Athens, consider buying the Eur30 combo tickets from other sites first so you can skip the queue and move straight in. Also check out if there are performances to...More

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Reviewed yesterday

Went first few days of July and almost too late. The heat was starting to climb. I think week after there it went to 120 Farenheit and Acropolis was closed for safety. Paths are slippery so echoing other advisors to wear non slip shoes. It...More

Thank Donald C
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Reviewed yesterday

My daughter and I had a wonderful experience at the Acropolis. We went on Sunday, mid morning and entered through the South Slope entrance. The ticket line was basically non-existent and because my daughter is 18, she did not have an entrance fee (she had...More

Thank Karen G
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Reviewed yesterday

It is the most important site in the whole world. A must see when you are visiting Athens. Besides this should also visit the museum.

Thank ConstantinosK1
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The whole plateau was high up a mountain. There is a park like path towards it. There are 3 temples, a entrace hallway and a theatre. The surrounding is really nice. The other 2 smaller temples and the theatre looks pretty good. The whole plateau...More

Thank Sylvia H
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Reviewed yesterday

To get ahead of the crowds, we visited Acropolis in the early morning, while many of the sightseers will still having breakfast. Here there are beautiful remnants which give hints of the grandeur of Athens and Greece about 2,500 years ago. It is quite amazing...More

Thank KodoDrummer
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Experience of a lifetime. Great views and amazing history. Go to the museum first and then climb up in the late afternoon.

Thank Steven R
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Jenni025
21 June 2018|
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Response from Anh B | Reviewed this property |
Just queu the line in the ticket office near the show! I waited for 2 hours for it to open and got last minute tickets! It was lifetime experience!
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Traveladdict0000
5 June 2018|
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Response from Walter J | Reviewed this property |
Hello. Our first day in Athens, we took a free walking tour of the ancient sites of Athens. The guide showed us the sites from the outside and gave us lots of information so you could decide whether you wanted to go back the... More
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Tania T
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Response from TeufGrandPa | Reviewed this property |
There is no continuous handrail to access the site. There are just some sections. Steps are not regular and can be steep. Also polished marble may be very slippery. Be helped by a valid person if you meet difficulties in... More
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