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If you have the opportunity to watch a play during Summer, don't forget to ask for a ventalia because it is a very hot spot...ancient dramas are often presented here, mainly late August. If you only want to visit this historic monument, you should read...More
It is easily missed and parking for any car can be a problem but it is worthy of a stop. Given this location has been in use from antiquity to now the beauty of it only can be admired. Marble seating and steps surrounded by...More
Why is this so low on visitors’ lists. In the heart of Patras, hidden for centuries under a pile, is the resurrected Roman Odeon. Perfect restoration - and used for plays today. This is a myst see. Chat to the keepers. They have a fountain...More
I went there 3 times to see a concert/theater. it is a nice place with great view. I have no clue when it is open to the public but i want to go there again this time just to see it and maybe learn a...More
Check the opening hours first.The theatre itself is of marginal interest: it is heavily restored with a semi-permanent wooden stage. However, it is in use for open-air summer concerts - that is something entirely different when it really comes alive!
If you visit Patras, make sure to visit the Roman Theater. It is very well preserved and will give you an idea of Roman times in the area. Even better, you should plan to attend a play (perhaps an ancient tragedy) or a concert. It...More
Patras was rendered a Roman colony in 14 BC known as Colonia Augusta Achaica Patrensis, and the dominance of Roman architecture has been all-embracing. Citizens of Patras have the title of Roman citizen and Patras was a “civitas libera”. Many public buildings and works were...More
This is a beautiful piece of ancient archetecture! It is a small old Roman outdoor theatre at the top of Patras not far from the ancient castle. It is beautifully kept and is still used for summer concerts and performances.
a well preserved monument ,is worth spending some tine visiting it since it right on the way to Patra's castle. Easy to park around and really convenient to reach on foot from city center. if it happebs to meet a performance in the odeon dont...More