The Parthenon has been the symbol of Athens since it was built in 438 BC, at the peak of the city’s classical era. The large temple to Athena forms part of the Athenian Acropolis, a complex of buildings that were destroyed over centuries, some of which are now being carefully reconstructed. To visit the Parthenon you’ll need a ticket to the Acropolis complex, so you can explore all the other ruins and structures, plus take some time to enjoy the view over Athens.
⚠️ Closed until further notice:
Regarding the current situation related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), this attraction is closed at the moment in order to help prevent further spreading of the virus.