This venue has been open for over twenty years and is considered one of the best places in the world for concerts and shows. Close to Kolonaki Square, the building is easily recognisable and won't fail to catch your eye. The facade mixes classical elements, such as its enormous Doric columns that support the structure, with the modernity of its impressive glass front and walls. It is named after an ancient aqueduct built here in the times of the Roman emperor Hadrian. Inside, its four gigantic halls welcome artists from all over the world. Opera, concerts from internationally renowned symphonic orchestras, theatre and even contemporary music are all on the programme here. There are a great number of concerts on all year round. A handy tip: in the last few hours leading up to an event, the remaining tickets are massively discounted. This could be your chance to catch a world-class show.
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