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Hidden Athens Walking Tour and Picnic: Plaka and the Hills of Athens
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| Acropolis, Athens 105 58, Greece
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Reviewed 1 week ago

You need to be careful when walking as it is a bit bumpy and after it rains, it can be a bit slippery. We loved to take time and read the story of Paul preaching here as found in Acts chapter 17

Thank Roy H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Having come down the North slope - halfway down by the exit is this rocky outcrop. We followed up the very slippy and steep stairs - other might be wiser to use the steel access stairs provided. The dry rock is slippy to the foot...More

Thank SimplyFred
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

it's a rock, very important one, with lots of history,but still a rock... nice spot for some pictures of the Acropolis, Pnyx, Temple of Hephaestus, etc

Thank Maja-9876
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

On our way to the Acropolis, we stopped by the Areopagos. Before arriving, I've heard that Areopagos is most famous for i) Paul the disciple gave his "Men of Athens" speech at this rock according to the bible and ii) This big white rock used...More

1  Thank Snowbell23514
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Climbing here (half way to Acropolis) you can find the Athens metropolitan and beautiful Acropolis. Beside that, there is a lot of history about this place.

Thank Tal R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Areopagus is a prominent white rock outcropping located northwest of the Acropolis. Greek mythology says that the gods tried Ares here for the murder of Poseidon’s son. Ancient high courts continued to debate serious cases in this location. Later the Romans called Areopagus “Mars...More

2  Thank Linda Y
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

True story. The day was ending and we wanted to get back to our roof-top apartment Thiseo. Google maps took us the long way past this rock. Being that St. Paul preached from this very spot, we had to stop. The sun was going down,...More

1  Thank BoilerDaveNH
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The weather was beautiful so the site was crowded, but not so much so that visitors couldn't see what they wanted, take the requisite photos (watch out for the ubiquitous selfie sticks!), and even do a bit of geocaching! Mars Hill is very close, so...More

Thank Frances A
Reviewed 6 November 2017

Acts 17 records the Apostle Paul's presentation of the gospel. This is where the highest court of appeal was held in those days. How amazing to stand where he preached those words just under the backdrop of the Parthenon. Well worn stone steps are worth...More

Thank Wesley S
Reviewed 5 November 2017

Areopagus Hill is an easy climb (although a bit slippery) and the view from the top is very beautiful (a round panoramic view of Athens). This is known to be the place where the Apostle Paul preached to the Athenians the Word of God. At...More

Thank Cristian T
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