Athenian Agora VR Special Tours

Acropolis Sightseeing VR Tour

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Overlooking the city was the Acropolis. The Acropolis was the central fortress and principal sanctuary of Athena located on a natural limestone outcrop. Ancient writer Pausanias notes its prominent position with views towards the sea (1.22.4). The second half of the 5th century BC saw the construction of the Parthenon, Propylaea, Temple of Athena Nike and the Erechtheum. During Roman times, additional construction was completed, including shrines and statues.

tour_id: 13
departures: 7 p.m.
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From 2-8 people. Starting from 35 euros per person for children under 18, 45 euros per adult and free for childern under 12. Entrance fees to sites are not included.

duration: 2hours
arrival: 9 p.m.
2hours
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Behold the ancient marvels of the Acropolis and watch the sun set over Athens from high above it. During this semi-private walking tour, not only will you be taken on an expertly guided tour around the Acropolis hill, but, with the help of the latest VR technology, you will witness antiquity itself. See what Pericles and Socrates would have seen thousands of years ago through virtual reality. From 8 exclusive viewpoints, enter into antiquity and Gaze upon the Acropolis and its many marvels as they were 2000 years ago, in full historical detail. Your expert guide will take you step by step through the virtual reality technology and offer expert insight into the long history of these ancient wonders of the world. Then, return to modernity as you watch the sun set, high above Athens on the hill of the Acropolis. Modern Athens and the Ancient Acropolis await you to see with your own eyes what you could only have imagined until now.

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tour_story

Overlooking the city was the Acropolis. The Acropolis was the central fortress and principal sanctuary of Athena located on a natural limestone outcrop. Ancient writer Pausanias notes its prominent position with views towards the sea (1.22.4). The second half of the 5th century BC saw the construction of the Parthenon, Propylaea, Temple of Athena Nike and the Erechtheum. During Roman times, additional construction was completed, including shrines and statues.

2hours
tour_info

Behold the ancient marvels of the Acropolis and watch the sun set over Athens from high above it. During this semi-private walking tour, not only will you be taken on an expertly guided tour around the Acropolis hill, but, with the help of the latest VR technology, you will witness antiquity itself. See what Pericles and Socrates would have seen thousands of years ago through virtual reality. From 8 exclusive viewpoints, enter into antiquity and Gaze upon the Acropolis and its many marvels as they were 2000 years ago, in full historical detail. Your expert guide will take you step by step through the virtual reality technology and offer expert insight into the long history of these ancient wonders of the world. Then, return to modernity as you watch the sun set, high above Athens on the hill of the Acropolis. Modern Athens and the Ancient Acropolis await you to see with your own eyes what you could only have imagined until now.

VR
Available
tour_id:
departures: 7 p.m.
duration: 2hours
arrival: 9 p.m.
additional_info:

From 2-8 people. Starting from 35 euros per person for children under 18, 45 euros per adult and free for childern under 12. Entrance fees to sites are not included.

The Acropolis

Overlooking the city was the Acropolis. The Acropolis was the central fortress and principal sanctuary of Athena located on a natural limestone outcrop.

The Erechtheum

Home to the famous Caryatids and considered the most sacred of the sites of the Acropolis, the Erechtheum is a temple on the North side of the Acropolis dedicated to both the goddess Athena as well as Poseidon. Throughout history the erechtheum has served as many purposes, including as a church and temple, but also as a residence for a harem.

Stoa of Eumenes

Between the Theater of Dionysus and the Odeon of Herodes Atticus lies the Stoa of Eumenes, a column-lined arcade on the South Slope of the Acropolis. A gift from the king Eumenes, the stoa was built along the ancient road around the Acropolis and was used for promenading, as well as for stalls to sell their wares during the long performances given at the theater.

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