Remains of an important temple dedicated to goddess Athena. Built entirely of Pentelic marble. Dominant of the city, a must see!

Dionysiou Areopagitou 31-39 Athens 11742, Greece

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Opening Hours

Daily: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Closed on 1 Jan, 25 Mar, Good Friday (until noon), 1 May, Easter Sunday, 25 Dec, 26 Dec.


Full ticket: €12
Reduced ticket (seniors 65+, students): €6
Children (up to 18): free
Tickets are valid for most monuments run by the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sport.

Free admission: 6 Mar, 5 June, 18 Apr, 18 May, the last weekend of September.

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