Tickets for Acropolis of Athens: Skip The Line
Skip the line and explore Athens' most visited Greek wonder
- Put on your non-slip shoes and skip-the-line to one of the world's most important architectural heritage sites, also known as the cradle of Western civilization
- Uncover the history as you walk amongst amazing ruins - you'll take some great photos!
- See the Parthenon - the most imitated building in the world
Time is precious, something the Acropolis has seen a lot of. Skip the line to this ancient Greek wonder, see the Parthenon - the most famous ancient Greek temple ever built, dedicated to Athena, the goddess of war - and get amazing views of Athens from the rocky outcrop.
The Acropolis has been studied for centuries and, still, no one's entirely sure how they did it! Try to figure it out for yourself as you skip the line and head for a solo exploration of the very cradle of Western civilization.
Marvel at the Parthenon, feel your jaw drop in the Dionysus Theater and enjoy the serene silence of the Sanctuary.
Check out the views from the rocky precipice and be sure to wear non-slip shoes! The 5th century BC surroundings weren't designed for high heels.
- Skip-the-line entrance to the Acropolis site
- Guided tour
- Exchange your smartphone ticket for a paper ticket at point 1), the Athens Open Tour yellow hop-on hop-off bus stop #6 - Acropolis & Parthenon (Apostolou Pavlou street, intersection with Dionysiou Areopagitou street, right next to the Acropolis) between 08:30 and 14:30
- You can also exchange your ticket at the Keytours office at Athanasiou Diakou 26 (10-minute walk from the Acropolis), open Monday-Friday 07:00-20:30, Saturday & Sunday 07:00-15:00 & 18:00-20:00
- After picking up your ticket, go to point 2) to enter the Acropolis, walking about 650m eastwards on Dionysiou Areopagitou street until you reach the corner of Thrasillou street
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Getting to the ticket redemption point on Apostolou Pavlou
Metro to Acropoli, then continue via Dionysiou Areopagitou street, or through the archaeological site of South Slope, Dionysiou Areopagitou & Thrasyllou street.