not much to see. you can watch the changing of the guard which is okay. other than that not much to see.
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This is a must see while in Athens. Make sure you see the soldiers march in front of the tomb. It is amazing to see their precision and how they march together. It took about 30 minutes to see all of it.
The tomb itself is nothing special - a plain, simple and big monument commemorating soldiers killed in wars. What makes this unique is the Changing of the Guard ceremony. The Evzones (the most prestigious unit of the Greek Army) are dressed in traditional Greek uniforms...More
Go for the changing of the guard at the top of each hour. It is really fascinating. This is in Syntagma Square in front of the Parliament building
we saw it when we watch the changing of the guards (every hour and with parade on Sunday - that was fun to watch)
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a must-see landmark to visit while in Athens.The tomb honors all those Greek soldiers who were ever killed in war and each day, there is a special ceremony performed here that further honors the following. While visiting the...More
Watching the changing of the guards was a very unique experience- highly recommend! Takes about 20 minutes, but come a few minutes early to get a spot near the front.