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The Acropolis of Athens is an imposing citadel, visible from every corner of the city. Built on a rocky hill 150 meters above sea level, the Acropolis consists of several buildings, including the Parthenon. The complex was built during the reign of Pericles during the Greek Golden Age in the 5th century BC. Dragging your stuff around the hills of the Acropolis is hugely impractical, so you’d better find a place to store your luggage around the area.
Using Stasher is the smart way to store your bags when you want to explore the Acropolis area. A suitable StashPoint can be found at a location near you by using the map. After you find the one that suits your needs, you book it, and you show up to drop off your baggage. Our service is convenient, affordable, has no size restrictions and it’s backed up by an award-winning customer service team. All your items are fully insured so that you can focus entirely on your Athenian adventure!
Although it is still extremely impressive, the Acropolis used to be much more awe-inspiring back in the day. After reaching the entrance of the citadel (Propylaea), the visitor would be greeted by a 10-meter tall statue of Athena Promachos, the deity protecting the city. The Parthenon still sits at the centre of Acropolis, although without the 15-meter gold and ivory statue of Zeus that reigned at its centre. South of the Acropolis building complex lie the remains of the Theatre of Dionysus, while the -still perfectly functional- Odeon of Herodes Atticus is only a few meters away.
Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.
Descending from the Acropolis, you will find yourself walking through old Athenian neighbourhoods, such as Anafiotika, Plaka and Koukaki. The Dionysiou Areopagitou pedestrian street engulfs the hill offering an excellent opportunity for a long walk around the monuments. The street ends near the hill of Philopappos, which offers fantastic views of the city and the Parthenon monument.