Also called the Ancient Agora (not to be confused with Roman Agora down the road) this is a huge open space with lots of ruins, a museum and the best part, the Temple of Hephaestus. The temple is probably the best preserved temple in Athens and is a must see. The agora itself is at the base of the Acropolis and there is a walking path to it from there - great views from there as well. TIP – if you purchase the Athens historical site combo ticket for the Acropolis that cost is 12€ too, but you also receive entrance to the Roman Agora, Ancient Agora (and museum), Theater of Dionysus (south slope), Kerameikos (ancient cemetery with a museum) and Hadrian’s Library. Each of these sites costs you 2€ more without it so don’t just pay to the see the Acropolis when you can get all these sites for the same cost!
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