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It was interesting to discover this old Olympic stadium made from marble and to use the free audio tour for a sometimes surprising explanation. The Olympic museum contains Oympic memorabilia and accomodates a fine selection of Olympic torches
The stadium itself is very nice but I think you get the best experience with the audio guide... Specially coming out of the tunnel into the arena were you literally are "walking in the footsteps of athletes"... from the ancient to the new 😉, the...More
Impressive marble steps and seats. Picturesque from the top. Photo of myself on top of the #1 podium! Cool entrance to underground athlete's tunnel which leads to Museum upstairs. Huge display room of past torches, posters, photos, concave mirror to light the torch, the altar...More
Another must do, we only spotted this from Mount Lycabettus. Got a taxi straight there, it’s not included on the inclusive tick but is only €7 and it comes with a free audio guide. Unlike most of the historical sites in Athens it has been...More
It is a monument with deep history but is not ancient. So if you are visiting athens for the first is does not worth to spend your time visiting it. There are so much more monuments with biggest history.
This is the place where the first modern olympic games took place more than 100 years ago. The stadium is beautiful, all in marble. It was my second time in Athens, and I decided to pay the ticket this time to go inside. Even though...More
I like reading about places before visiting them so I was aware of the stadium but I thought it was away from other attractions. It turned out to be within a walking distance from Plaka and the Acropolis, just past the temple of Zeus.