A new home for ancient treasures
One of the greatest of its kind in the world, the Acropolis Museum is home to unique masterpieces, directly linked to this sacred rock. During your visit to the museum, be sure to visit the cafe-restaurant, offering an uplifting panorama of the Acropolis and other historic hills of Athens.
An ancient poets’ stage
Built in the 6th century B.C, the Theatre of Dionysus is where the leading poets from antiquity would first present their masterpieces under the watchful gaze of the Acropolis. But don’t take us at our word! Pay a visit yourself.
Aristole was ‘ere!
In the centre of town, next to the Byzantine Museum, you will find one of the most important archaeological sites in Athens, Aristotle’s Lyceum. Get your thinking caps on and enjoy a sunny history lesson or two, following in Aristotle’s footsteps.