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Vravron Archaeological Site

Porto Rafti, 999-20, Greece
+30 299 27020
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Small beautiful archaeological site.

Great for a one day Sunday trip from Athens. Beautiful quiet archaeological site and interesting... read more

Reviewed February 18, 2018
Ana_escola
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Greece
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A place with remarkable energy

The remarkable in this area (Vravrona & Artemida) is that there have been many different... read more

Reviewed October 8, 2017
George_2P
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Athens, Greece
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Porto Rafti, 999-20, Greece
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Reviewed February 18, 2018 via mobile

Great for a one day Sunday trip from Athens. Beautiful quiet archaeological site and interesting museum.

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Reviewed October 8, 2017 via mobile

The remarkable in this area (Vravrona & Artemida) is that there have been many different civilizations who have lived here in the past; the one civilization building on the remains of the previous one. So if you start digging, you find items from various eras,...More

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Reviewed September 10, 2017 via mobile

Beautiful and very interesting place! Nice path in the countryside leading from the museum to the site! Interesting for those who are interested in bird watching, too!

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Reviewed January 15, 2017

The archeological museum of Brauron is dedicated to the ancient sanctuary of Artemis where Iphigenia from Tauris had to serve as her priestess after her brother Orestes had stolen the goddess’s effigy in Tauris. At Brauron young children were prepared for their future life according...More

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Reviewed October 26, 2016 via mobile

If you have just a few hours to spend and you are near the Athens international airport, it's a wonderful choice. Actually the place is so interesting that you might want to come to this side of Attica anyway... The temple of Artemis , built...More

1  Thank Antonis G
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Reviewed August 27, 2016

Vravrona/Ancient Brauron is an ancient site dedicated to the cult of Artemis. The satnav might take you to the ruins, by a road, but the way in is by a different road, via the museum. The museum is much bigger than you'd expect for a...More

1  Thank Michael K
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Reviewed May 31, 2016

Just 10-15 mins drive from the Athens a/port there is Vravron Site and the Museum . Not very big , but really interesting . First time to see in Greece so many kids ( well preserved ) statues , and some toys , as it...More

Thank Yuliya S
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Reviewed January 13, 2016

Very enjoyable way of spending a day walking around in a peaceful & green location. The museum although small, is also worth visiting and is included in the ticket price along with the ruins.

Thank Peter K
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Reviewed August 7, 2015

I cannot find the opening times for this place. But the Temple of Artemis is visible from the road. There have been 20th century excavations, and Vravrona is now deemed an important archaeological site with a fascinating museum

Thank Angela H
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Reviewed May 5, 2014

Visited in April, as have been meaning to visit the site for the last couple of years, to find it closed. We took a bus from Artemis and walked from the Terminal stop to the site. Approximately two kilometres. The site is dedicated to the...More

Thank Angela H
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