How would you feel about wandering the treasure trove of archaeological sites in Athens with the words of Homer, Plato, Aristotle, Sophocles and Aristophanes echoing in your ears?
This September, tourists and locals will experience exactly that. ‘The Stones Speak’ project is giving performances of classical works at seven unique locations in the Greek capital.
Organised by the Attica Hotel Association, the project aims to give a “different angle, a new life and an alternative way to interact with the archaeological sites and monuments at the centre of Athens”.
Seven days a week, seven different open-air performances take place across the city in English, French and Greek, each one open to anyone willing to listen.