The best part about this one is the Parthenon style building (forgot the name) that sits on a small hill. The pictures that show what this site would have been help you visualise it much better then what is still standing
About Ancient Agora of Athens
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Well organized information. It doesn´t feel as overwhelming. Nice grounds to walk on. It has a good and original feeling of history. You can see them still excavating there. It´s big=people spread=not so crowded.
So much to see and enjoy here, we nearly missed it. As part of the multi site ticket (See my notes on the Acropolis) this is essential sightseeing on any trip to Athens. Again the site has several individual monuments and buildings as part of...More
This is a large and expansive site filled with ruins, a museum and a temple. The site is definitely worth visiting and learning about. We came first thing in the morning and there weren't many people. It is worth buying the combo ticket which also...More
This archeological site is below the Acropolis and is much less crowded. The ruins are of the ancient agora, public buildings and market.
we spent a good 2 hours strolling through this agora, enjoying the sites, the history, the various building remains, and the surprise Temple of Hephastus that you may miss if you don't pay attention. This is very much worth the trip. BUY the package deal...More
This is a large area, we went in the late afternoon and there were no crowds. We bought the combination ticket that includes the Acropolis and others. You can see parts of it just walking in the area from the outside if you decide not...More
Athens never stops surprising me . Just strolling through Athens these ancient sites just keep popping up . There are restaurants right next door you can sit and admire the ruins for hours simply amazing if your into ancient ruins .
Lots here, well marked out. The really good bits, though, are the Museum and the Temple of Hepaestus. We looks around the Agora a little between these 2 delights. It is another interesting example of how bits change and are reused over the eons. After...More