You are in one of the oldest cities in the world, walk through it even if you are not a fan of ancient history.
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While this is a good sightseeing spot, it does not have to be on the top of your list. However worth stopping by for a couple of pictures.
There's lots of ticket companies offering 'skip the queue' pre-booking for the acropolis and other venues, and cite the city's metro, tram and bus tickets as included. These talk of skipping the ticket queues, especially the hours of lining up for tickets at the acropolis...More
The Theater of Dionysus is worth to stop by, when you visit the Acropolis Hill of Athens. I liked the floor mosaic and the figurines around the ruins of the walls of the theater.
Bought multiple ticket. Large hilly area with uneven walkways. Used a city app for an audio tour. There were some signs in English.
Great to see. Lots of walking - the trip is enhanced by having a guide to explain what you're looking at so would recommend getting one. Also the queue for entry can be quite long - the trick is to get a ticket which includes...More
Well maintained and the plaque next to it gives great information about the place in three languages. Included in the euro 30.00 advance ticket which my travel agent bought for me and avoided having to stand in queue.
Another tremendous site to visit within the Acropolis area. Worthwhile visiting when an actual theatre is taking place.
A wonderful ancient theatre and when you look at it just try to imagine the live scenes thousands of years back...