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The arch is easy to find and see and looks over a very busy street one side and the Temple of Olympian Zeus on the other. It’s just standing in the street so no entry fee and worth a look as you explore Athens.
You can see the Arch of Hadrian and the Temple of Zeus without paying the entry fee (€6) but you won’t appreciate the scale of the temple, or the majesty of the Parthenon in the distance. Only a few columns of the Temple remain so...More
Located near the Temple of Olympian Zeus and very busy street, this Arch is easy to find. One of the side streets in Plaka would lead you to it.
I quickly took some pictures and moved on. Nothing much to do here!
This Arch is known as Hadrian's Gate in Greek and I understand it was built to honour The Emperor Hadrian as the refounder of Athens following it's original founding by Theseus. It is one of those landmarks that (since it is sited beside a busy...More
I visited the Arch as part of a larger city tour. I would recommend seeing it this way, so that its significance can be explained. I appreciated the very positive relationship between the Greeks and the Romans.
The Arch of Hadrian is easily accessible while touring the Temple of Zues and can be easily reached on the other side from the street. One could only imagine the Arch and the Temple of Zues in all its glory at the base of the...More
Another famous land mark “Arch of Hadrian” in the middle of present day hustle and bustle. Located next to Zeus’s monument is free to see and randomly located next to a busy road. So if you want a perfect picture you will have to be...More