The Temple of Zeus, Theatre of Dionysus and Acropolis tour begins inside the Acropolis metro station. Your guide will make his first stop at the archaeological exhibits which were found in the excavations of the New Acropolis Museum area. Then you will continue walking on the pedestrian streets of Makrigianni and Dionysus Areopagitou str., nearby Plaka and the new Acropolis Museum (WC is available).

First you will walk to the Temple of Zeus stopping and adoring the Hadrian’s Gate. You will be guided to the temple that was finished in the Roman Period (WC is available).

After this visit you will continue to Plaka area adoring the Lysicrates monument that is connected with the theatrical games of Ancient Athens. You will enter Acropolis from the south slope skipping the lines and avoiding the crowds. You will visit the theater of Dionysus, Asclepius Sanctuary and adore the Concert Hall of Herodes Atticus.

At last you will reach Acropolis top point and your guide will give you a detailed explanation of the glorious monuments such as, the Parthenon, the Erechtheion, the Propylaia, the Nike Temple, the Beule Gate, the Observatory, the Philopappos and the Mars and Pnyx Hills (WC is available).



It is inside the Acropolis Metro Station, next to the ticket validating machines. Your tour guide will be holding Athens Walking Guide sign.

  • Acropolis metro station archaeological exhibits
  • Weiler Building
  • New Acropolis Museum
  • Makrigiannis statue
  • Plaka area
  • Dionysus Areopagitou street
  • Makrigiannis street
  • Hadrian’s Arch
  • Temple of Zeus
  • Lysicrates monument
  • Theatre of Dionysus
  • Asclepius Sanctuary 
  • Concert Hall of Herodes Atticus
  • Parthenon
  • Erechtheion
  • Propylaia
  • Nike Temple
  • Beule Gate
  • The Observatory
  • The Philopappos Monument
  • Mars Hill
  • Pnyx Hill
  • Overview of Ancient Agora and Temple of Hephaestus. 

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  • Duration: 2h:40min