We enjoyed this site almost as much as the Acropolis. We walked to the site from our hotel and had a good guidebook to help us navigate the site. The buildings are nicer than the Acropolis, as there is no scaffolding and you can get up close, so you get a better feel for what it would have been like "way back when". It's cool to image Plato and Socrates discussing things here, and the display in the museum about the beginnings of democratic government (voting, for instance) is really fascinating. The temple is gorgeous and intact, unlike the Parthenon. We spent a couple of hours here and really found it an interesting visit.
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