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Theater of Dionysus: Tours & Tickets

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had the privilege to hear the performance practice as we stood at the top and looked down. The acoustics were amazing to hear. It vibrated through in a gentle way. If you have the chance to hear music from with it will relax and...More

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank Peter F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

There are so many amazing things to see around the Acropolis but this is one of the most impressive in my opinion. It dates back to the sixth century BC which is incredible in its own right! It has been rebuilt and renovated over the...More

Date of experience: October 2019
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Some reviewers have confused the Theatre of Dionysus with the Herod Atticus Odeon. They are entirely different sites. Both are located on the slopes of the Acropolis, but the Herod Atticus Odeon is more complete and still hosts performances today, while the Theatre of Dionysus...More

Date of experience: August 2019
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Reviewed 4 September 2019

The ancient Greeks really loved their theater based on the number of theaters and their ruins. You can get an aerial view of this theater from atop the Acropolis.

Date of experience: August 2019
Thank Gorton54
Reviewed 3 September 2019

A unique experience. Worth buying vertical seating if going in a group so that you can rest your back.

Date of experience: August 2019
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Reviewed 18 August 2019 via mobile

If you're one of those who are crazy about theater and art, you shouldn't miss visiting Dionysus Theater, Athens' oldest theater. Many of the famous Greek tragedies and comedies are staged on the stage. The theater was built six centuries BC and carved on a...More

Date of experience: December 2018
87  Thank Rezanami
Reviewed 5 August 2019

On the slopes of Acropolis this theatre is definitely worth a closer look. It may not be as well preserved as the Epidauros theatre, but this is the place where many plays of Sophocles and other classics have had their premiére. If only the stones...More

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank Eric_Greeney
Reviewed 21 July 2019

The world's first theater. Many of the greatest classical Greek plays premiered here. Well-preserved considering its age and importance.

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank Rebecca S
Reviewed 20 July 2019 via mobile

A part of ancient Acropolis, this arena gives you a perception that these people really liked theatres. Just close your eyes and imagine the life of ancient people. Their activities in the city and probably after busy day they were sitting on the same stone...More

Date of experience: March 2019
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Reviewed 17 July 2019 via mobile

We went in the entrance down by this theater and this was one of the first things we walked by. So cool to look up at the Acropolis from the theater and just imagine what it used to be like. It was just really neat...More

Date of experience: June 2019
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Thissio / Makriyanni
Named after the well-preserved Thission (ancient
temple of Hephaestus), Thissio is blessed with a small
wooded park and some less frenetic streets that offer
numerous quieter places to stay and eat. Largely
pedestrianised Apostolou Pavlou Street runs between
the Acropolis and forested Filopappou Hill, well worth
climbing for more great panoramas, until it merges
with Dionysiou Areopagitou Street. This leads to the
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Rosemary S
20 May 2019|
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Response from Bill C | Reviewed this property |
Hello: I’m not sure if they actually have concerts at the Theater of Dionysus but they do have concerts at the nearby Odeon of Herodes Atticus. You can find events in Athens and Epidaurus which include the Odeon of Herodes... More
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Farhana1991
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Response from Cookster_11 | Reviewed this property |
Yes I think you can buy the full ticket at that entrance. I came out that way and wish I had known about it .
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