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The Archaeological Site Mycenae has everything for the student of ancient Greek history ... Lions Gate, tomb of Agamemnon, tombs, hills, ruins, olive trees, and the remnants of a past major centre of Greek civilization. Less crowded then many other sites, and easy to navigate.
This site was pretty well-preserved and easy to navigate for most people with switchbacks throughout the inclines area. This area is best visited with a tour guide because there are many ruins that need further explanation that what is provided on site, but it was...More
Must-stop if you are driving by, but also worth a trip from Athens just to see what was once the heart of a civilization known for its brilliantly coloured frescoes and gold treasure... The remains of the vaulted tombs are imposing and the Acropolis, with...More
Discover the remains of the ancient city of Mycenae, which served as a major center of Greek civilization.Arriving at Mycenae, home to the kingdom of mythical Agamemnon. Explore the ruins of this archaeological site; see the Cyclopean Walls, the Treasury of Atreus—a magnificent 14th-century B.C....More
This place holds a special place for me. Out of my whole life and all the places I have been in the world this is the place I had a truly paranormal experience. The ruins of the buildings were great but then we stopped at...More
Lions gate, tomb of Agamemnon, small museum nearby and great landscapes around, mainly hills and millions of olive trees. Of course, it is a place with enormous historical relevance but now after palace was burned, earthquakes and 3500 years there aren’t so many things left....More
Considered the Acropolis of Mycenae, the archaeological site at Mycenae houses some impressive ancient landmarks including excavated tombs and the famous Lion Gate, all of which are worth seeing. The site also offers unbeatable coastal views.
I've never encountered a multi-ticket, although companies offer day trips that include several sites. At a glance, the prices for these seem inflated given that individual tickets for sites are so cheap. (Mystras is not in... More
I've never encountered a multi-ticket, although companies offer day trips that include several sites. At a glance, the prices for these seem inflated given that individual tickets for sites are so cheap. (Mystras is not in the Argolid, btw.)
I've never felt that it's an inconvenience. Driving around the Peloponnese is a cinch, and the queues at the ticket booths, as others note here, are never an issue.