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| Acropolis, Athens 105 58, Greece
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Stop by the Areopagus before entering the Acropolis from the West side. It's free and takes less than thirty minutes but it's humbling to stand where the Apostle Paul preached and look over the Agora and up to the Acropolis. I recommend the stairs. They're...More

Thank db7477
Reviewed 4 days ago

22 Paul then stood up in the meeting of the Areopagus and said: “People of Athens! I see that in every way you are very religious. 23 For as I walked around and looked carefully at your objects of worship, I even found an altar...More

Thank nick_ng
Reviewed 1 week ago

This historic location is significant for many reasons. It was a place in antiquity where important events relating to Athens and its citizens took place. When St. Paul arrived in Athens, he came to this location to introduce the "new" religion of Christianity to the...More

Thank Kathy K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Take the steel stairs (not the marble ones which are very slippery) and you will have a spectacular view of Athens once you are up. Go early in the morning later on the day it can get very crowded. Do not expect any monument up...More

Thank George K
Reviewed 1 week ago

The worn marble of the rock is truly a testament to the number of feet that have travelled here and gazed out upon Athens. It is worth considering how the view would have changed over the year. It does pay to watch your step, I...More

Thank cravingescape
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We came here to experience the beautiful sunset and the breezy atmosphere. I learned that this place is also called Marble Hill - you need to be very extra careful. Slippery. The downside is that people leave garbage all over the place. It was frustrating.

Thank Jocelyn R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Romantic place to sit especially at night to enjoy the city lights and the stars. Be careful though cause at night it gets a little bit dangerous.

Thank Pol L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A great place to visit and free entrance but the rubbish needs to be sorted - great views of the city and Acropolis and interesting to see where Paul preached on his missionary journey ( see the Bible Acts 17

Thank hilltopOxon
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This small rocky outcrop by the Acropolis is probably one of the best places to enjoy a night view of Athens and a very romantic night view of the Acropolis illuminated against the dark sky so expect plenty of couples being romantic. And this tiny...More

Thank P E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

To many, this is just a piece of rock. But for those who realise this is where the Apostle Paul preached his magnificent sermon in Acts 17: "To an unknown god" - who is now made known - this place exudes an aura of power...More

1  Thank leekm
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