The Acropolis is an ancient citadel located on a rocky outcrop which dates back to the 5th century BCE and holds great historical and cultural importance.
It’s across the road from the western gates and offers magnificent views of the ancient citadel, the Athenian Agora, and the whole city.
Built between 19 and 11 BC the Roman Agora was the commercial and administrative center during Roman occupation.
Hadrian’s Library was the largest in Athens. It was filled with books, state archives and used as a place of study rather than a lending library.
Enjoy the pretty tree-lined cobblestone path lined with restaurants as you make your way to the nearby Ancient Agora, once the heart of Athenian life.