The Parthenon, dedicated to the goddess Athena, is part of the Acropolis complex, but it deserves a specific mention. This ancient Greek building, known for its glorious white marble columns and perfect proportions, was built in 447 BCE on the Acropolis hill.
These ruins are a must-visit during the day and offer spectacular views from across the city at night.
It can get crowded up there, so I recommend going early when the Acropolis opens or during the last few hours before they close.
1 – 2 hours
Accessibility Level – High
From: 20 Euros
Athens 105 58, Greece
Greek (formal), English
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