Skip the long lines and visit Acropolis, the most famous and most visited monument in the world from the antiquity. Every year millions of visitors from all over the world come to admire this symbol of the Ancient Greek civilization and enjoy breathtaking views of Athens from the rocky outcrop.
Acropolis is an archaeological wonder, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and one of the most instantly recognizable landmarks of Athens. Skip the long lines and see the ancient Greek temple of Parthenon which is dedicated to Athena, the goddess of war as well as Propylae, the temple of Athena Nike, Erecheion and Herodes Atticus from the top.
Marvel Parthenon and its amazing views on your own pace on this solo exploration of the very cradle of Western civilization. Towering over the capital, Acropolis is a very impressive sight, and walking around on its grounds, gives the visitor a feeling of awe and a true sense of the greatness of the ancient Greeks.
- Skip the line entry
- Admission ticket
- Hotel pick up/drop off service
- Personal expenses
Acropolis' opening hours: April to 15 September between 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM (last admission at 7:30 PM), 16 to 30 September between 08:00 AM - 7 PM (last admission at 6:30 PM), October between 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM (last admission at 5:30 PM), November to March 8:00AM - 5PM (last admission at 4.30PM).
Admission ticket: Acropolis admission ticket must be collected at 26 Athanasiou Diakou street 11743, which is located just 280m from the second Acropolis entrance opposite Acropolis museum, from 07:00 to 16:00 Monday to Saturday and from 07:00 to 14:30 on Sundays.
Child policy: For infants aged 0-5 years old and for EU citizens aged less than 25 years old you must go to Acropolis ticket booth directly to receive a free ticket. For Non-EU citizens aged less than 25 years old between April to October you must go again to Acropolis ticket booth directly to receive a reduced ticket. Please note that for free/reduced tickets, passport or ID is required.