Like the whole of ancient Athens and the Acropolis this site is spectacular. Didn't see it when it's all light up and a show going but can only imagine how good it is. Looks so impressive
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We attended the Greek National Opera's production of Verdi's Il Trovatore and the venue was absolutely spectacular. It somehow felt appropriate to be watching an Italian opera in this Roman-built structure. If you're attending a production, my recommendation is to choose seats in Row 19,...More
We could only see the theater from the top of Acropolis, we couldn't get into the theater. We did go to the entrance and we were told that the entry was restricted .Nevertheless, even this distant view of this ancient open air theater was spectacular....More
Entry to the Acropolis includes so many sights including this it can not be missed by any tourist to Athens.
On the southern slope, big amphitheatre just after the entrace of Acropolis. Athens festival has open air concerts here and it is a perfect place for music. It is not the oldest theatre of Acropolis, smaller Dionysos temple is much more older but Herodes Atticus...More
Built in 161 AD, destroyed by fire in 267 AD and partially restored in the 1950's. It is in use now so will get preserved. Hard to miss since it is on the way up the hill to the Acropolis - worth a stop.
We were lucky to be in Athens when Il Trovattore was being played. It is used for festivals and it is such a great setting for events. The theater is well preserved, cushions are provided. While you watch the Opera you also get to see...More
I really think this a wonderful site for events. It looked so very interesting from the top of the hill. We could not really go down and see it.