First off, be prepared to walk about 15-20 minutes or so - uphill. If you can't make the walk uphill, you can pay for a donkey ride up (about 4 euros). On the windy walk uphill along a cobblestoned walkway, you will pass lots of little shops on the way up. Wait to buy anything for when you are walking back down. It takes about 15 minutes walking uphill to get to the bottom of the acropolis. Then it's about 100 more steps to get to the top of the acropolis. This area was built up over several centuries. Quite a bit of it is restored. There are several buildings up here - administrative building with resting rooms, temple to Athena, etc. On the way down, visit some of the little shops. There are lots of them all crammed together. The prices are reasonable and they have all kinds of cool stuff. On a nice day, which it was when I was there, it's a good visit. Just stop and rest a few times on the way up.
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