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The Parthenon

The Parthenon

4.6/5426 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historical Site
It is basically the same as the opening hours of the Acropolis, summer (April 1 - October 31): 8:00-19:30, Monday 11:00-19:30; winter (November 1 - March 31) : 8:30-15:00; Closed: January 1, March 25, May 1, Easter, December 25, December 26; Goodfriday after 12:00 Open, August 15th, Holy Spirit Day 8:00-20:00, other festival opening hours can be found in the official website. (Local time)
Acropolis Museum

Acropolis Museum

4.5/5223 Reviews
Museum
Summer time (April-October 31st): Monday 8:00-16:00, 15:30 stop admission; Tuesday-Sunday 8:00-20:00, 19:30 stop admission; Friday 8 :00-22:00, 21:30 stop admission; winter (November 1 - March 31): Monday - Thursday: 9:00-17:00, 16:30 stop admission; Friday 9 :00-22:00, 21:30 stop admission; Saturday and Sunday: 9:00-20:00, 19:30 stop admission (Local time)
The Acropolis Museum is located in the southeast corner of the Acropolis. The entire interior of the pavilion is identical to the inner temple of the Parthenon. The exterior glass corridor is striking, and the soft natural light passes through the special glass to the venue. Uniform projection, almost perfection restores the simplicity of the sculptures and other works of art displayed in it, and the advanced design concept makes people feel like they are in the space-time corridor, between the ancient and the modern. In addition, visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the Parthenon hundreds of meters away from the corridor and the city of Athens.
Syntagma Square

Syntagma Square

4.5/5284 Reviews
Square
Open all day (Local time)
Acropolis of Athens

Acropolis of Athens

4.6/5829 Reviews
Historical Site
Summer April 1st - October 31st, Tuesday - Sunday 8:00-19:30, Monday 11:00-19:30 Winter November 1st - March 31st 8:30-15:00 (Local time)
The Acropolis is located in the southwest portion of central Athens. It is one of Athens' greatest landmarks and a symbol of ancient Greece. The Acropolis consists of ancient architectural relics such as the Parthenon, the Temple of Erektio and the Temple of Athena. The Acropolis is steep, with only a channel in the west, which serves as a natural barrier. Actually, the Acropolis used to be a military fortress. Standing in the Acropolis, you can also look at the magnificent panorama of Athens.
Arch of Hadrian

Arch of Hadrian

4.3/5136 Reviews
Historical Site
Open all day (Local time)
Are you planning a trip to Athens, Greece? If so, you should take the time to visit Arch of Hadrian. This historical landmark dates back to 131/132 AD. Originally built to honor the Roman emperor Hadrian, the arch is made of all marble. It was once the city gate connecting the original Athens with the Roman quarters. There is one inscription on the west side that reads, "This is Athens, the ancient city of Theseus." There is also an inscription on the east side that reads, "This is the city of Hadrian and not of Theseus."
National Archaeological Museum

National Archaeological Museum

4.6/5132 Reviews
Museum
November 1st – April 12th: Tuesday: 13:00 – 20:00, Wednesday-Monday: 08:30 – 16:00; April 13th – October 31st: Tuesday: 12:30 – 20:00, Wednesday-Monday: 08:00 – 20:00. (Local time)
Odeon of Herodes Atticus

Odeon of Herodes Atticus

4.5/5131 Reviews
Theatre
Historical Site
Open all day (Local time)
Temple of Hephaestus

Temple of Hephaestus

4.3/5104 Reviews
Historical Site
Statue/Sculpture
Summer (April 1st - October 31st): Monday 11:00-19:30, Tuesday-Sunday 8:30-19:30; Winter (November 1st - March 31st): Every Day 8:00-15:00 (Local time)
 Advance in Agora on the trail that hurries to a staple Athens fascination, the Temple of Hephaestus on Agora Hill. The best-protected old Greek temple, it definitely is extraordinary compared to basically other sights in the unimaginably memorable old city. Formally introduced in 416-415 BC, the Temple of Hephaestus for the most part is actually constructed from marble of close-by Mt. Penteli, finish with striking sections that embody old Greek engineering. Close Plaka and its dazzling park loaded with green trees and blooms, the Temple of Hephaestus is a beautiful temple for the Greek god who made the lightning bolts of Zeus.
Stoa of Attalos

Stoa of Attalos

4.5/561 Reviews
Historical Site
National Garden

National Garden

4.4/566 Reviews
City Park
Sun - Sat 6:00 AM - 7:30 PM (Local time)
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