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Athens 105 58, Greece
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Whole: € 20, Reduced: € 10
Applies to the Archaeological Site of Acropolis and Keys.
Tickets are available at ticket offices as well as on the internet.
From 1st November to 31st March (01 / 11 to 31 / 03) each year, a reduced price applies only to individual tickets for all archaeological sites and museums owned by the State.
Single Ticket : Full: € 30, Reduced: € Single reduced ticket is not provided Ticket
duration is 5 days.
ATTENTION: As of 1/7/2019 the issue of reduced single tickets is abolished. Reduced uniform tickets issued before this date and not used remain valid. For the e-ticketing service for the Acropolis and Keys archaeological site, please visit www.etickets.tap.gr
Free Entry Days
March 6th - Memory of Melina Merkouri
April 18th - International Monument Day
May 18th - International Museum Day
Last weekend of September (European Cultural Heritage Days)
Every first Sunday of the month from 1st November to 31st March: Persons entitled to reduced entry
Greek citizens and citizens of the other Member States of the European Union aged over 65 by showing their identity card or their passport to confirm their age and country of origin.
The foster parents in the educational visits of primary schools.
Students and students of Higher and Upper Educational Institutions, Technological Educational Institutions or Equal Schools outside the European Union countries, demonstrating their student identity.
Persons entitled to free entry
Parents of large families and their children up to 23 years of age or 25 years of age if they study or fulfill their military obligations regardless of their age if they have a disability by demonstrating a presumed alien sufferer of the Supreme Confederation of Underworld (ASPE)
Parents of third-party families and their children up to 23 years of age or 24 years of age if they are studying and regardless of age if they have a disability by showing a certificate of marital status by the Municipality
Nil, except if lift is used or you have to stand in queue to buy the tickets
No doubt, a trip to Athens warrants a mandatory visit to almost all historic, influential, and mesmerizing tourist attractions of the city. Probably, ranking very high on your bucket list would be the Acropolis of Athens. Perhaps, this is the most crucial ancient site in the Western world. A trip to Athens would be incomplete without visiting the famous Parthenon temple here.
Built for the goddess Athena, the construction of the Parthenon temple to this date baffles everyone. The most advanced civilization of their time, the Greeks built the most perfect structure in the form of the Parthenon temple. However, during summers, it can get very hot up the mountain. So, try to visit it in the early hours of dawn or later in the day. Some cafes and restaurants have been set up along the route to ease your walk up to the Acropolis. The path is car-free so expect to enjoy a long and pleasurable walk. It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and clothes to avoid unnecessary discomfort along the way.
The term Acropolis means “high city” in Greek. In those times, the locals would build their crucial temples in the center of the town. This location would be used as a safe retreat spot in case the town was under attack.
Distance from Athens to Acropolis:
12 min by car / taxi, 3.7 km via Stadiou and EO91
13 min by car / taxi, 4.7 km via Pireos
15 min by car/taxi, 4.9 km via Stadiou
Taxi between Athens Airport and hotels, areas in inner city Athens, cost is 35 euros at daytime, 50 euros at night time.
You can reach Athens downtown that is Acropolis Syntagna, Monostiraki, Plaka, Thesio either by Taxi or Bus and Metro.
Bus X95 runs directly to Syntagma square which is the most central point of Athens. A one-way bus ticket cost 5.00 €.
Athens Metro also runs directly from the airport to the center and it costs 8 € per person. If travelling by metro, bus X95 will take you to Syntagma. Take red line metro, (one stop), direction Elleniko to Akropoli, from here. You will get the Acropolis Museum at the metro station. Acropolis entrance about 5 to 10 minutes walk. From there again, 10 minutes up the hill to the ticket office.
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Monday: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Last Entry(On All Days): 7:30 p.m.
January 1st: Closed
March 25th: Closed
May 1st: Closed
Easter Sunday: Closed
Christmas, December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
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