Akropoli metro station

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Athens Metro Acropolis station.jpg
Station platforms
Location Acropolis, Athens
Coordinates 37°58′33″N 23°44′59″E / 37.97583°N 23.74972°E / 37.97583; 23.74972Coordinates: 37°58′33″N 23°44′59″E / 37.97583°N 23.74972°E / 37.97583; 23.74972
Operated by Statheres Sygkoinonies S.A.
Line(s) Athens Metro Line 2.svg
Tracks 2
Structure type Underground
Disabled access Yes
Opened 16 November 2000
Electrified Yes
Preceding station   Logo of the Athens Metro Operating Company (AMEL).svg Athens Metro   Following station
towards Anthoupoli
Line 2
towards Elliniko

Akropoli metro station (Acropoli) is on Athens Metro Line 2. It opened on 16 November 2000 as part of the Dafni extension, and is the nearest station to the Acropolis Museum and the eastern entrance to the Acropolis of Athens. The station has a ticket office and three automatic ticket machines.

The station is decorated by huge posters of Melina Merkouri and reproductions of the Elgin Marbles of Parthenon.

There are two entrances / exits to the station. One in Makrigianni street and one in Athanasiou Diakou street