I have to admit I was feeling daunted by the climb up to the top of the Acropolis , I'm overweight/unfit and don't function well in the heat, and I would not inflict me onto a poor donkey but it wasn't actually too bad, although deffo not for the infirm. As you start heading up there are lots of "tourist tat" little stalls and shops, and stopping points as you start heading up the steps. Fortunately all of which are in the shade in the morning, so the time to go. If you do it bit by bit it's ok, and the views are well worth it. Personally I find it a bit of a shame there is a crane etc up there as the "restore" parts of it, to me this defeats the point of viewing " historical ruins" but glad we went up there...health and safety nightmare so not ideal for toddlers either.
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