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Roman Agora

Athens, Greece
+30 21 0324 5220
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I was pleasantly surprised when I went to the Roman Agora as I didn't think their would be much. Some of the old ruins are amazing! It's also great to see the diagrams of what the place would have looked like back when everything was...More

Thank Rachael S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Little cover when its hot so visit early..open from.8am. Bought as part of multi ticket. Very well signposted and old unused mosque in grounfs to see.

Thank maggie1966
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The two Agoras and Hadrian's library can be visited easily in one go, assisted by the €30 combo ticket, which includes these sites and three others, including the Acropolis. The gate of Athena and tower of the winds are well preserved. Definitely worth a visit.

Thank David B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Once again this was done on the combo ticket, and this is a good place to buy that ticket as it's not as popular. It'll take you around an hour or so to take in all of the sites and ruins, but it's an hour...More

Thank MFC31
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Roman Agora was built in the 1st century BC during the reigns of Julius Ceasar and Ceasar Augustus. The two main highlights are The Gate of Athena, which was the entrance to the market, a large columned structure that looks like the front of...More

Thank UncleGus32
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The sights and ancient ruins in Athens are a must-see. The Roman Agora was less crowded than the Acropolis (and that ticket booth) when I went there. The ruins here are amazing, and enough is left standing to amaze me and make me wonder how...More

Thank Jeremiah S
Reviewed 18 August 2017 via mobile

Another Athens Gem! Covered by your acropolis ticket! More ruins but truly fascinating!! Make time to see this Toilets on site

Thank Steve M
Reviewed 12 August 2017

Another Greek ancient ruin worth the visit within the area of Acropolis. Make sure there's plenty of shade and water to drink.

Thank MuhammadDudha
Reviewed 11 August 2017

A nice place to visit but you can also see it from the outside without paying the ticket. If you have the multisite ticket, then go and visit it from the inside.

Thank stefanprisacariu
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

All the roman sites are always worth checking out especially if that's what you have come to athens for. Nice row of pillars still up and a small building used for a water system I think it said.. as well as other small bits to...More

Thank Josh J
Monastiraki is a souvenir-hunting enclave with a
difference. Apart from the dramatic backdrop of the
Acropolis, its network of alleys and pedestrianized
streets surround the remains of both the Greek and
Roman agoras, adding the quaint concept that this is
where the ancients also came to shop. Named after the
tiny monastery church at its center, Monastiraki
Square is a lively spot by day or night, with street
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