MartyPN's Athens, Greece
Panathenaic Stadium (Panathinaiko Stadio)
Vassileos Konstantinou Avenue
The stadium with its audio guide provided some of the best interpretative information of any visit t...
Temple of Olympian Zeus
At Leoforos Vas. Olgas and Amalias and easily seen from the street
Sadly so little of what was once present remains. Again the lack of interpretive material limited t...
The Jewish Museum of Greece
This was one of the more moving experiences in Athens, particularly the recognition of the Jewish co...
Museum of Greek Popular Musical Instruments
Odos Dioyenous 1-3
If you have listened to Greek music and wanted a little more information and the sound of individual...
After having gone to the Plaka area the flea-market area of Monastiraki failed to excite. The price...
Theater of Dionysos (Theatro Dionyssou)
Dionysiou Areopagitou Street
The theatre provides another link to the history of the area and lies near the entrance to the Acrop...
Roman Agora (Forum)
This site was plagued with opening issues when we were there with a general strike on, but to view i...
This site of so much history would benefit significantly from better quality interpretative informat...
1, Koumbari St & Vas. Sofias Av.
To me the Benaki Museum provided the variety missing at the other Athens museums. And going on a Th...
148 Ermou Street
This is part of the Acropolis Pass (otherwise 2 euros) and is well worth the visit just for the litt...
National Archaeological Museum (Ethniko Archaiologiko Museo)
The collection of statues and pots is extensive, but after a while if you are not a fanatic you soon...