A natural fortress, this hill is home to Athena's Temple, the Parthenon. It is the symbol of classical Greece and Western civilization.
This cultural center hosts a series of interesting events, the National Library of Greece, the Greek National Opera, and has a massive park.
The Ancient reconstructed stadium hosted sport competitions of the First Modern Olympic Games in 1896 and welcomed the UEFA Euro Champions in 2004.
Temple of Olympian Zeus
The Olympian Zeus Columns is one of the largest ancient Greek temples. Founded in the 6th BC and completed 638 years later in the 2nd AD.
Southwest of the Acropolis is located the hill that got its name from a monument erected by the consul Philopappos during the Roman era.
The Agora was founded around 11 BC under the Roman administration. It was a bazaar, meeting place, and a hub of social life in Roman Athens.
The central Square of Athens is a transportation hub. Don't miss taking pictures of the Presidential Guard in front of the Parliament.
This characteristic 277-meters hill in Athens offers a great view over the Athenian city landscape and is topped by a monastery and a viewpoint yard.