"Get Up Close and Personal With The Ruins at the Ro" Roman Agora Tip by OiKnow

Roman Agora, Athens: 25 reviews and 47 photos


At most sites you are fenced back from the ruins, but in the Roman Agora you can walk on much of the site. This site is home to the ?tower or bath house of the winds.? There are columns and carvings and other ruins to explore. The site is relatively small, but worth visiting. If you buy the combination ticket for the Acropolis this site is included as one of the six locations included on the 12 euro ticket.

Address: Near Monastraki Square
Directions: Follow the signs; this is a 5 minute walk from Monastraki Square.
Phone: +30 21 0324 5220
Website: http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/3/eh351.jsp

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written May 29, 2006
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