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These ruins, located in the heart of modern Athens, were once the site of the marketplace in ancient times, a political, cultural and economic center of the ancient world.
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24 Adrianou | Adrianou 24, Athens 105 55, Greece
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Not going to lie, we walked quite a bit to find the entrance. There used to be multiple entrances so watch out for that. There is quite a bit to walk through and just a slight uphill to get to the temple. Quite a nice...More

Thank Andrea G
Reviewed 4 days ago

I love to wander around the ruins of the agora - it doesn't feel crowded or busy, there's shade under the trees or in the stoa and you have a lovely view right up to the Acropolis uninterrupted by modern buildings. I've always preferred the...More

1  Thank Motwoosotdot
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Definitely worth a visit, great area to walk around and less crowded than other areas! The monuments and temples are stunning and the facilities are good too.

Thank Mel B
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Amazing place to visit and lovely to walk around - could do with a little more info or creative presentation

Thank Snodes
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

To get to the Ancient Agora you have to navigate some of the more commercial parts of Athens's tourist trail, but it's worth the effort. It's a tranquil haven for history buffs. The restored Stoa of Atallos houses innumerable sculptures on two floors. The Hephaestion...More

1  Thank Hillplayer
Reviewed 5 days ago

The Ancient Agora Ruins are worth a visit. There are trees that provide shade, its on flat ground mostly, not much uphill climb, structures are more complete than absolute ruins, literature is more wholesome to give you a picture of how things were at the...More

Thank nchammmer
Reviewed 5 days ago

We found the Agora to be interesting, but not really too exciting. The high point, of course, is the very well-preserved temple on the hill. The Stoa was a disappointment. I seem to remember something different the last time I was here 13 years ago....More

Thank vern C
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Acropolis is amazing but this is even better. Quieter, more relaxed, shade and atmospheric. You get the sense of walking around a real place and it has just a hint of Indiana Jones style discovery. The little museum is interesting but without doubt the...More

Thank RDB73
Reviewed 1 week ago

Is a must in Athens, specially if you know something or you really like mythology, I recommend to go very early otherwise is full of people and impossible to take good photos

1  Thank Belen2424
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Agora is beautiful - when I went it was quite hot, but it was still nice to walk through the ruins. The Stoa is amazing and offers amazing views from the top level. The Temple of Hephastus is definitely a must see too!

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Delia T
April 11, 2018|
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Response from busbybee33 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry have no idea as we don’t smoke
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Balloo2014
May 7, 2015|
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Yes. The Agora costs 8€ if you don't buy the combination ticket for the Acropolois which is 30€. Open 8 to 7 every day.
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