Photo: Thomas Gravanis

From Roman arenas to the sacred rock of Athens, discover the legendary landmarks and ancient treasures of the Greek capital.

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

General Accessibility

Points of Interest

Akropoli Metro Station

Line 2

From the Acropolis Museum exit and the elevator, we turn left and continue slightly upwards on Makrigianni Street (3-metre elevation over a 70-metre distance), heading towards the Areopagitou pedestrian pocket.

Courtesy: Me Alla Matia

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

Dionysiou Areopagitou pedestrian area

The wide, tree-lined boulevard of Dionysiou Areopagitou makes a picture-perfect bike track beneath the Acropolis.

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

The Acropolis Museum

Summer speed in beautiful Dionysiou Areopagitou promenade.

Photo: Manos Chatzikonstantis

As soon as the tactile paving ends, we have two options on our itinerary:

  • To continue on the rest of the itinerary: At the end of the tactile paving, we vertically cross Erechthiou Street and we find on the opposite side, the continuation of the tactile paving, on Areopagitou Street. We will continue along it on our course.
  • To continue towards the Odeon of Herodes Atticus:
     

Odeon of Herodes Atticus

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

Sacred Rock of the Acropolis

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

Cine Thisio

Photo: Thomas Gravanis