Acropolis Tours

Acropolis Tours

The Acropolis sits perched on a hilltop overlooking Athens, Greece. One of the most well-preserved remnants of Ancient Greek architecture, the Acropolis is an ancient citadel that includes the Parthenon and several other structures of great historical and architectural importance.

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Frequently asked questions

How Old is the Acropolis?

Construction began on the Acropolis in 448 BC. The various structures that make up the Acropolis were built over many years, and there is strong evidence that the hilltop where the Acropolis stands was occupied long before the current structures were built, even as far back as prehistoric times.

Why is the Acropolis Special?

The Acropolis is one of the most visually striking collections of Ancient Greek architecture and offers a glimpse into thousands of years of recorded history. The Acropolis served various purposes over the centuries, including home to kings, a citadel, a religious center, and a mythical birthplace of the gods. 

When is the Acropolis Open?

The Acropolis is open every day of the week from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

How Much Does it Cost to Go to the Acropolis?

Entrance fees to the Acropolis are 20 euros for adults, 10 euros for students with the show of a student card, and free for non-adults with the show of an identity document.

Do I Need to Buy Acropolis Tickets in Advance?

If you are visiting the Acropolis on your own, it's a good idea to buy tickets in advance to avoid having to wait in line. But if you are taking a guided Acropolis tour, you can purchase tickets from your guide on the day of the tour without having to wait