(A) OLYMPIC STADIUM
Built in 1979 but renovated for the Games, it will host track, the men's soccer final, and the opening and closing ceremonies. Its much-discussed $132 million roof was designed by architect Santiago Calatrava.
(B) INDOOR HALL
Gymnastics, trampoline and the basketball finals will take place in this 19,000-seat arena.
(C) AQUATIC CENTER
Two outdoor pools will host swimming, water polo and synchro swimming. Diving will be indoors.
The bend of the wooden cycling track is echoed in the double-bowstring steel and glass arch that covers it.
(E) TENNIS CENTER
The 8,600-seat venue will host matches on 10 courts.
OTHER HOST CITIES
Outside of Athens, soccer will take place in (red dots, from top) Thessaloniki, Volos, Patras and Heraklio (on Crete). The shot put will be held in Olympia, at the site of the ancient Games.
(1) ATHENS CITY CENTER
The location of the Games' first showcase event, the men's cycling road race, which will pass the Acropolis, the Greek parliament and other landmarks.
(2) PANATHINAIKO STADIUM
The marathon finish and all archery events will be staged at this 34,500-seat marble venue, built for the 1896 Games.
(3) FALIRO COMPLEX
Three sites built along the waterfront will host volleyball, beach volleyball taekwondo and team handball.