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The Old Olympic Stadium in Athens Greece, built of granite in late 19th century on the site of ancient Athens from the 4th Century; hosted the first modern games in1896.
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Reviewed today via mobile

One of the more interesting places we visited during our 3 days in Athens. As a sports fan I really liked it, my girlfriend is not really into sports but she enjoyed visiting the place with the free audio guide. We were both happy to...More

Thank Jenstin
Reviewed yesterday

It was an amazing experience to stand and take photos on the same spot where victorious athletes would have run laps. Yes, you can see the stadium from outside, but the ticket includes an audio tour and a visit underneath the stadium to where there...More

Thank Lyn B
Reviewed 2 days ago

As a massive sports fan, I was very keen to visit the original stadium for the Modern Olympics. It only cost 5 Euros to get in and the ticket included a very good audio guide. Most visitors seem to be happy taking a few snaps...More

Thank Martin W
Reviewed 2 days ago

It was fairly amazing to see. You can see everything from the outside, without going in, so if you just want a photo and not the experience of walking on the track, just drop by rather than paying the admission fee.

Thank vlkm
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Ahhh! Was impressed by the history. Audio tours are included in your entry fee and is a must to truly understand things there. Some funny history too. You get views of the Acropolis from a certain spot in the stands. There is a coffee stop...More

Thank Andrea G
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

First stop on our trip was to the Panathenaic Stadium. A lot of people seem to just go up to the opening, take their picture and leave but trust me... pay the extra euro and go inside! The history within the stadium is endless and...More

Thank sportstergirl25
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This was well worth a trip. It was an amazing place. The stadium is built of marble and it is easy to imagine it full of people celebrating the Olympic games. Well worth a visit when you are in Athens.

Thank cllewel48
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Stupendous! Unfortunately could not click any photos inside. The famous Scorpion band was performing. 40k crowd waiting to go inside! However had seen this earlier alnd deserves a visit inside.

Thank sensindia
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

went there for a scorpions concert. the staff was completely incompetent and a possible stampede was on the cards. no organisation whatsoever. the organizing team of this event should not be allowed to organize a bowling tournament let alone a concert of 40,000 people. however...More

Thank theopipis
Reviewed 6 days ago

If you buy an admission ticket, you can not only go into the stadium, but you can go through the tunnel where the athletes entered and exited the stadium, PLUS there is a whole room with all the Olympic torches from all the modern olympics...More

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Elijah M
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Yes there is a park nearby. Not the nicest area of the city but I didn’t feel it was dangerous
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