The Temple of Olympian Zeus is one of the landmarks of Athens like Acropolis and Parthenon. Its construction began during the 6th century BC and finished in the 2nd century AD by the Roman Emperor Hadrian. The temple of Zeus is situated next to Zappeion at the junction of Vasilissis Amalias and Vasilissis Olgas Avenues, the main entrance is at Vasilissis Olgas Avenue 1. On the same field you can visit Hadrian's Arch.
After the huge success of the best Olympics that Greece organised last year, a trip around the legendary facilities where famous athletes broke records, it is a must when visiting Athens.
Taking the metro and tram it's the best way to do it, probably allow half to one day for that and it is worth it, especially this amazing arcitecture and style!
In various places in Athens, from Pireas to the north of Athens where the Olympic village is.
A day ticket for metro and tram is essential and cheap.
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