Ancient Agora of Athens is an ancient site in Athens, Greece. The ancient agora in Athens is the best-known example of an agora from Ancient Greece. It is thought that his agora was a place where people met to trade and discuss local issues. The agora is believed to originate from the 6th century BC. The agora was located at the centre of ancient Athens.
The Agora is situated close to the Acropolis of Athens. ‘Monastiraki’ metro station is a short walk away from the agora, the metro station is accessed by the M1 and M3 lines. The 025, 026 and 027 buses also stop a short walk away.
Opening Times and Admission
The Agora is open to the public daily, 8am-6.30pm. Entrance to the Agora will set you back 8 euros if you are an adult and 4 euros if you are a concession.