Map of Acropolis of Athens
Acropolis of Athens Area & Buildings
2.Old Temple of Athena
4.Statue of Athena Promachos
6.Temple of Athena Nike
8.Sanctuary of Artemis Brauronia or Brauroneion
12.Altar of Athena
13.Sanctuary of Zeus Polieus
14.Sanctuary of Pandion
15.Odeon of Herodes Atticus
16.Stoa of Eumenes
17.Sanctuary of Asclepius or Asclepieion
18.Theatre of Dionysus Eleuthereus
19.Odeon of Pericles
20.Temenos of Dionysus Eleuthereus
Map of Acropolis Athens Greece
A map of Acropolis Athens Greece is the most important thing you need while visiting the Acropolis of Athens. With the help of the map, you can easily navigate your way throughout Acropolis Athens Greece and explore its many attractions.
Just looking the map you you can understand the layout of Acropolis Athens Greece and get an idea of how the citadel was organized in the ancient times.
Having a map of Acropolis Greece you can point and recognize the buildings on the acropolis hill such as the Parthenon, Erechtheion, Temple of Athena Nike and Propylaea.
While taking a walk starring these ancient monuments you can realize their importance for the ancient city of Athens, the capital city of Greece.
Where is Parthenon on map?
The Parthenon is located right in the center of Acropolis Athens Greece and can be easily spotted on the map. It was built as a temple dedicated to the goddess Athena, who was considered to be the patron goddess of Athens.
You can also spot Parthenon on map from Google Maps. Parthenon is located in the Central Athens. When you explore Athens downtown you can easily spot the Parthenon from afar. If you are lucky enough you may have booked a BnB or a hotel room with balcony view to the Parthenon!
The Acropolis Museum
Located in the historic area of Makryianni, the Museum stands about 300 meters southeast of the Parthenon. Its entrance is adjacent to the start of Dionysiou Areopagitou pedestrian walkway, which links it to the Acropolis and other key archeological sites in Athens. The top floor of the Museum, the Parthenon Gallery, offers a panoramic view of the Acropolis and modern Athens.