Athens: 3-Hour Private Food Tour with Tastings

Athens: 3-Hour Private Food Tour with Tastings

From $253 Per group up to 2

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Key Details
Duration
3 hours
Mobile Voucher Accepted
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Live Guide
English, French

Pick-up service

If your hotel is in the city center the guide can meet you in the reception area of your hotel; otherwise you will need to make your own way to the meeting point.

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What You'll Do
  • Discover the rich culinary traditions of Athens
  • Visit selected food venues and taste their specialties
  • Explore off-the-beaten-track neighborhoods
Overview
Discover a different Athens on a walking food tour that takes you off the beaten path. Join Athenians where they live and eat, and experience the tastes of modern Greek cuisine as you visit carefully selected food shops, bakeries, and markets.
What to Expect
Your culinary journey of Athens will take you to selected specialty food shops, where you’ll taste some of the finest olive oil, cheese, and honey available in the city, as well as local delicacies such as pastourma cured meat.

On this 3-hour food tour (priced for up to 2 persons) you’ll walk with your guide through traditional Athens neighborhoods and visit some wonderful pastry shops offering up tempting Greek sweets. You’ll be immersed in the fragrances of local spices, the secret behind renowned Greek dishes, and the aroma of Greek coffee as well.

The irresistible smell of freshly baked delicacies will lead you into one of the oldest traditional bakeries in Athens. Continue through the bustling alleys of Varvakios, the picturesque fish, meat, and vegetable market, and last but not least, you’ll stop for a taste of the celebrated Greek souvlaki!
What's Included
  • All tastings during the tour
  • Local guide
What's Not Included
  • Drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
Meeting Point

Your meeting point is the Entrance of Archea Agora (Ancient Agora) on Adrianou Street, Thissio. You can get there easily by metro, getting off at Monastiraki Metro Station (green or blue line) or Thissio Metro station (green line). Be careful not to confuse it with the Roman Agora. When you get off at either station you should should look for Adrianou Street, which is very near by. On one side you will see St. Phillips Church and the café DIODOS (ΔΙΟΔΟΣ) and on the other side the entrance of Archaia Agora. Your guide will meet you right in front of the entrance. (Open in Google Maps)

Know Before You Go
• Eat a light breakfast, as you will be sampling many foods during the tour
• The price is based on 2 people booking. For groups of up to 12 participants please contact the supplier for a quote

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