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This is a breathtaking venue 2,000 years old and still serving as one of the most prestigious stages to perform, only for the very best artists of the world. It's a privilege to visit or be a spectator sitting in the same marble seats where...More
We experienced a concert of a lifetime at the Acropolis.
Completely unplanned we were able to get tickets in the afternoon after our Acropolis tour for a concert that same evening. At the advice of our tour guide we purchased tickets for the top section...More
As you climb up the Acropolis, you pass by the Herod Atticus Odeon. You cannot go in it unless you go for an event (play, concert, etc) but you can look down into it. Next time I am in Athens, I am going to make...More
Our guide told us there was a one-night-only concert in the evening, and where tickets might still be available (if we were lucky). WE WERE LUCKY! We were able to get three adjoining seats on the 14th row and we watched the great romantic tenor,...More
This theater, built on the south slope of the Acropolis in Roman times, was the second theater nearby, preceded by the Theater of Dionysus, some hundred meters to the east. At time of its construction (middle of 1 century AD) it could easily sit 5000...More
This is an ancient Roman Theatre completed in 1161 AD. It is in the Acropolis. You pass it on your way as you climb up the Acropolis so it is not at the top. You have to pay to enter the Acropolis.
It was restored...More
As we climbed the steps to the Acropolis, we passed by the Herodes Theater - amazing structure which was restored in the '50's and is actively used as a venue. So interesting to see a structure created over 2000 years ago still in use today....More
Although in Athens, this theatre is of Roman origin (161 A.D.) can accommodate 6000 audience. Cedar wood found on the site indicates that the theatre was roofed. i saw the theatre from above (very impressive) but was unable to visit it at ground level. The...More
The theatre is a beautiful space that has been very well restored to maintain the historic character whilst allowing the space to be used for modern day performances. At the time of my visit there was a summer festival running that meant I was lucky...More