Explore the most visited Greek wonder of Athens without queuing and learn more about the history of this architectural masterpiece.
Rating by Werner Sieck on 09. May 2019
Get to one of the most important architectural sights in the world, also known as the cradle of Western civilization, without queuing
Discover the history on a walk through amazing ruins
See the Parthenon - the most imitated building in the world
Skip the lines to this ancient Greek wonder, visit the Parthenon - the most famous ancient Greek temple ever built and dedicated to Athena, the goddess of war - and enjoy a breathtaking view of Athens from the steep cliff.
The Acropolis has been explored for centuries, but no one is sure how it managed to hold up so well! Try to find out for yourself. Learn more about history and explore the so-called cradle of Western civilization yourself.
Marvel at the Parthenon and the Dionysos Theatre and enjoy the silence of the Shrine.
Experience a unique view over Athens from the rocky abyss and wear non-slip shoes! The surroundings from the 5th century B.C. were not designed for high heels.
For security reasons, the 'baggage check-in service' does not accept large baggage. Please bring only small backpacks and handbags.
Opening hours: daily 8-20 h (April - October), 8.30-17 h (November - March)
Last admission is at 7:30 p.m.
Children under 18 years of age receive a free ticket.
Free admission for all: last weekend in September, 28 October, every 1st Sunday, 1 November
Reduced tickets from 65 years and for students on site
• Skip-the-line entrance to the Acropolis site
• Guided tour
1 - Starting point: Rovertou Galli 69, 117 41, Athens 2 - Acropolis: 105 58, Athens Exchange your smartphone ticket for a paper ticket at Point 1 Athens Line bus stop #6 - Acropolis & Parthenon (Interchange) on the Athens Open Tour yellow Hop-on Hop-off bus (Rovertou Galli 69, 117 41, right next to Dionysos Zonar's Restaurant) between 08:30 and 14:30. You can also exchange your ticket at the Keytours office at Athanasiou Diakou 26 (10-minute walk from the Acropolis), open Monday-Friday 07:00-20:30, Saturday & Sunday 07:00-15:00 & 18:00-20:00 After picking up your ticket, go to Point 2). To enter the Acropolis, walk about 650m eastwards on Dionysiou Areopagitou street until you reach the corner of Thrasillou street.
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