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  • Athens: Hidden Athens Private 3-Hour Walking Tour

    1. Athens: Hidden Athens Private 3-Hour Walking Tour

    Get off the usual tourist trail on a 3-hour walking tour that goes beyond the historic sights of Athens. Meet your guide at Syntagma Square, and wander down streets that reveal a rich history with every step. Walk the more hidden routes towards the Parliament building, and learn its history as you look at the guard in front of the Monument to the Unknown Soldier. See the ancient ruins of the National Garden, and continue to the Zappeion Exhibition Hall and Zappeion Garden. Go to the Panathenaic Stadium (also known as the Kallimarmaron) to see the home of the first modern Olympic Games, held in 1896. Continue past the Temple of Zeus, Hadrian’s Arc, and the Theater of Dionysos, Herodus Atticus Odeon, and Areios Pagos on the southern slopes of the Acropolis. Follow ancient streets through the Plaka area to Anafiotika, a hidden island inside the city of Athens. Stop for refreshments, and ...

  • Athens: 5-Hour Panoramic Sightseeing Tour

    2. Athens: 5-Hour Panoramic Sightseeing Tour

    Explore Athens on a 5-hour tour by air-conditioned minibus, and get a glimpse of the lost walls of the city, built by Themistocles, en route from Piraeus. Pick-ups can also be arranged from city hotels. Upon arrival in central Athens, drive to the iconic Acropolis, which has dominated the city’s skyline for 2,500 years. Enter the complex, at your own expense, to see sites such as the Parthenon, Erechtion, Propylea, Temple of Athena Nike, and Mars Hill. Experience Athens through the eyes of Socrates, Plato, and the Olympian Gods, and learn about the golden age of Perikleus, and the goddess of Athens that gave her name to the city. Admire the last remaining of the 104 Corinthian columns of the Temple of Olympian Zeus, the largest temple in Greece. Your next stop will be the Panathinaikon Stadium on the site of Lucurgus’s 4th-century BC stadium, rebuilt in 1896 for the revival of the Olym...

    Michael was an excellent guide. His English was really proficient making for an informative exchange in such an historically-rich city. The acropolis, which we were visiiting for the first time since 1968, was exhilirating, even with the huge crowds present. Michael knowledge of the area steered us through the crowds and gained us the best viewing angles for photos. In 1968 we walked freely through the Parthenon, not so now. Michael, with Manos the driver, took us to far more places and sights than we had previously seen and we are most grateful.

  • Athens: Ancient Agora Self-Guided Virtual Tour

    3. Athens: Ancient Agora Self-Guided Virtual Tour

    Experience the Ancient Agora from the comfort of your home with an engaging self-guided virtual tour. Travel back in time and enjoy a virtual journey from the comfort of your couch. Discover the historical facts and the unknown stories and tales of ancient and modern times through the power of storytelling combined with street and satellite views. Gain valuable insights into the treasures of the Ancient Agora and immerse yourself in the surroundings and exhibits in an entirely innovative way.

  • Athens: Private Full-Day City Tour with Popular Museums

    4. Athens: Private Full-Day City Tour with Popular Museums

    Begin your tour early in the morning with a visit to the Acropolis of Athens. Located in the middle of modern Athens, the "sacred rock" proudly displays a set of marble monuments that express their outstanding universal value. Walk uphill through the Propylaea grand marble entrance, as you contemplate the hills of Philoppapus, Pnyx, and Mars. Discover the astonishing construction of the Parthenon, the most splendid temple ever built by the Greeks and dedicated to goddess Athena. Admire the Erechtheion with its renowned Caryatids and the view of the temple of Athena Nike, before gazing at the infinite modern city from the hilltop, stretching between low mountains and the Aegean Sea. Explore all sides for panoramic views of the old town and its picturesque neoclassical buildings, as well as the ancient theater of Dionysus, the Roman temple of Zeus, and the world-famous Herodeion Theater....

  • Athens: Hidden Historical Gems Private Walking Tour

    5. Athens: Hidden Historical Gems Private Walking Tour

    The modern city of Athens sits upon and between the ruins from the Ancient Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman eras. During this walking tour around the beautiful pedestrian areas of the city, admire different types of hidden monuments emerging among the today’s buildings. Each and every corner of the city hides an impressive story. See the first distillery in Greece, an area looking like a Greek island, the first public school of Athens, the ruins of the Roman agora, impressive mansions, an ancient weather station, beautiful Byzantine churches, a mosque and other Muslim buildings. This tour encompasses art, architecture, archaeology, social history, local legends and stories of prominent personalities that walked on the same paths you will walk on, guided by an expert with years of experience. 

  • Athens: 3-Hour Medieval Senses Walking Tour

    6. Athens: 3-Hour Medieval Senses Walking Tour

    Start your 3-hour walking tour in Monastiraki, where you’ll see the 18th-century Tzistaraki Mosque and the Byzantine Church of the Pantanassa, and hear about the monuments, the surrounding area, and some popular urban myths. As you pass the Hadrian Library your guide will tell you about the use of this area during the Byzantine and Ottoman periods. Visit the Bath House of the Winds, the city’s only public bath surviving to the present day. It dates from the first period of Turkish rule (1453-1669) and stands near the Roman Forum and the Tower of the Winds. You can also stop in to see the Man and Tools permanent exhibition at the Museum of Greek Folk Art. Walk along Dioskouron Street to the ruins of the of 5th-century Byzantine monastery located on the north slope of the Acropolis, and hear about life during that era. When you reach Adrianou Street you’ll see the oldest house in Athens...

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Phonominal guide could not have asked for better

Michael was an excellent guide. His English was really proficient making for an informative exchange in such an historically-rich city. The acropolis, which we were visiiting for the first time since 1968, was exhilirating, even with the huge crowds present. Michael knowledge of the area steered us through the crowds and gained us the best viewing angles for photos. In 1968 we walked freely through the Parthenon, not so now. Michael, with Manos the driver, took us to far more places and sights than we had previously seen and we are most grateful.

nice trip.highly recommended

Recommend this trip especially for first time visitors to athens.it gather all in just a bout 3 hours. There is ahighly flixable itinerary to meet your needs.The guide was patient and well oriented to different streets especially in plaka and anafiotika