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Skip-the-Line Ticket with Audio Guide
Note: This multi-site ticket allows one entrance to each site.
Get direct entry tickets to Temple of Zeus and its surrounding sites without wasting your time standing in long lines. The skip-the-line tickets allow you to save time and spend it exploring the attractions. You can also upgrade your ticket and get an informative English audio guide for a self-guided tour.
Note: The multi-site tickets will last multiple days but only allow one-time entry to each site.
Known for its grandeur of architecture, the iconic Gate of Hadrian will leave you amazed. It is an 8-meter-high structure built by the Roman Emperor, Hadrian, in 132 AD.
This wall was built by the Greeks in the 5th century BC to protect Athens from invasions. It is named after the Athenian general Themistocles, a military strategist who saw the growth of the Athenian navy.
This temple served as a center for the worship of the powerful Titan deities, Kronos and Rhea. Although nothing much is left of the temple, the legends associated with Kronos and Rhea make for an educational experience.
It is an ancient temple dedicated to Apollo, the god of music, poetry, prophecy, and healing. It is one of the most well-preserved temples in the country and was used for worship until the 4th century AD.
Duration of the Visit: 2 - 3 hours
Best Time To Visit: Early in the morning when the temple opens.
Address: Athens 105 57, Greece
You can buy Temple of Olympian Zeus tickets online.
Yes, you can book Temple of Olympian Zeus tickets online.
The Temple of Zeus tickets start at €13.
Yes, if you book tickets online, you can get a discount on the Temple of Zeus tickets.
The giant statue of Zeus, Gate of Hadrian, Themistoclean Wall, Temple of Kronos and Rhea, and Doric Temple of Apollo Delphinos are the must-see places at the Temple of Zeus.
The Temple of Zeus is located in Athens, Greece.
The Statue of Zeus and surrounding ancient sites such as the Gate of Hadrian, Themistoclean Wall, Temple of Kronos, and Rhea are some of the highlights of the Temple of Zeus.
You can reach the Temple of Zeus by bus, car, or metro.
The Temple of Olympian Zeus opens from 8 AM to 3:30 PM from November to March and 8 AM to 7 PM from April to October.
Yes, visiting the Temple of Olympian Zeus is worthwhile as it is renowned for being one of the largest temples in ancient Greece. You can explore the temple ruins and learn about the history and mythology of ancient Greece.
The best time to visit the Temple of Olympian Zeus is early morning.