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Citadel and Treasury of Atreus

Mycenae, Greece
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We arrived early and thankfully missed the crowds. Walking up the rough path I was not expecting much, but once turning the corner you see the large entrance and doorway under >100 tonne of stone. Although the tomb was already plundered when discovered it is...More

Thank Shayne S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What is known as Treasury of Atreus or Tomb of Agamemnon is worth the visit whilst at the citadel. Make sure you visit this site which is before the citadel and the same ticket can be used to enter the site.

Thank MuhammadDudha
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Entrance to what is known as Treasury of Atreus or Tomb of Agamemnon has some parking spaces up front. It is just down the road from Ancient Mycenae and same ticket can be used to gain entrance. Rough entrance so forget wheelchairs or pushchairs here....More

Thank Tony M
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We managed to arrive during a lull in the stream of visitors so we had the place all to ourselves for quite awhile. You get a true sense of the massive scale standing in the giant doorway under the 120 ton lintel stone. The tomb...More

Thank TorontoJK
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

This is a must visit if you want to know about not only the history of the region, but the world's. This civilization had coins and alphabet way before the Hellenic civilization ... the artifacts show a culturally advanced society. Tip: ensure to have a...More

Thank Maria M
Reviewed 3 August 2017

We saw King Agamemnon's death mask in the National Archeological Museum in Athens a few years ago and, since then, I have wanted to visit his tomb. Sad to say, although this may have been Agamemnon's tomb (as claimed by Schliemann) we are not sure....More

Thank Carts123
Reviewed 30 July 2017

Included in the ticket price although other very important tombs of the same site this is the most preserved with finds in the museum

Thank David L
Reviewed 29 July 2017

Since our visit, I will forever be in amazement as to how this tomb was built over 3500 years ago. We were told the main stone weighs 120 tons, how did they move that with no machinery??? Take the obligatory photo, it's a pretty cool...More

Thank asquared13
Reviewed 22 July 2017

Massive bee hive type tomb. Not a lot to see but pretty impressive and included in main Mycenae ticket so make sure yo call in after. Only takes few mins but consider how they managed to make these things millennia ago and worth seeing.

Thank dkallenfamily
Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

It is completely empty. Waste of time. 2 dark parts under hill. 1 closed. No single lamp or info there. Save time and spend it more for impressive Mykenes fortress.

Thank Anakin S
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