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Skip-the-Line Multipass to Acropolis and 6 Archaeological sites of Athens

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  • Avoid the long lines and enjoy skip-the-line access to Athens' top sites
  • Immerse yourself in Athens' ancient history
  • Visit the cornerstone of Greek civilization, the Acropolis, as well as the Ancient Agora
  • Explore Roma Agora and Kerameikos Ancient Cemetery
  • Wander through each of the sites at your own pace
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Make the most of your time in Athens and enjoy skip-the-line access to Acropolis and 6 of the city's top archaeological sites with a pre-booked multipass ticket. Save up to 50% and avoid the long lines of tourists at the Acropolis, Ancient Agora, Roman Agora, Temple of Zeus, Aristotle's School, Hadrian's Library, and Kerameikos Ancient Cemetery.

Wander the Parthenon, a UNESCO World Heritage site, stands on Acropolis hill at the height of 150 meters, with 2,500 years of rich history. Every year, millions of visitors worldwide come to admire this symbol of the Ancient Greek civilization and enjoy breathtaking views of Athens from the rocky outcrop. Whilst there, visit the Ancient Agora, the meeting and gathering place and the city's artistic, spiritual, and commercial centre that lies on the north-western slopes of the Acropolis.

Just north of the Acropolis, explore the site of the Roman Agora, which was once the focus of public life in Athens. Your ticket also offers you access to the most prominent structure, the well-known Hadrian's Library, and the Temple of Olympian Zeus one of the most famous archaeological sites in Athens, that has been a ruin almost since it was built. Continue to Kerameikos, the ancient cemetery that stretches to the banks of the Eridanos River and the nearby Lyceum that became famous when it became the Peripatetic School of Philosophy, founded by Aristotle, who liked to walk amongst the trees surrounding the school whilst he was discussing philosophy with his students.

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Please go directly to the entrance of each site and scan the ticket (printed or on your phone) at the validating machines.

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This ticket is non-refundable
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