On this private walking tour, you will explore the main archaeological monuments of the historic center of Athens where you will go back in time to Ancient Greece. See the wonders that this 3,000 year old civilization has to offer.
- Visit highlights including the Parthenon, Temple of Wingless Victory, Acropolis Museum, Caryatis Statues, Ancient Theater of Dionysos and much more
- Learn more about the Ancient Greek civilization
- Licensed English speaking archaeologist tour guide
|Included||4 hour guided tour with professional guide|
|Not included||Entrance tickets, hotel pick up and drop off, food and drinks|
|Bring along||Comfortable shoes for walking, hat, bottle of water|
|Participants||Tour takes place with 1 - 8 participants|
|Categories||Other Themed Tours, Old Town Tours, Historical Tours, Walking Tours, Cultural Walks, Themed Tours|
|Languages||English, French, German, Greek, Spanish|
Makrigianni 4, Athen 117 42, Greece
Offered byAthens Walks Tour Company
The 4 hour walking tour begins at the Acropolis Metro Station and you will see the landmarks that the UNESCO World Heritage Site that Athens is famous for - the Acropolis. This is a historic tour of a lifetime where you will discover further the Ancient Greek civilization which dates back nearly 3,000 years. You will also see the Acropolis Museum including some unique artefacts symbolizing Ancient Greek culture where you will also learn about the foundation of European culture.
Admire the classic and distinct Greek architecture, the eternal and prominent monuments of the Acropolis where you get a magnificent view of the city of Athens. The tour includes visits to all the Acropolis monuments including the Parthenon, Erecthium, Ancient Theatre of Dionysos, Asclepion Temple, Propylaia and the Temple of Nike.
Finally, you will visit the Acropolis Museum designed by the famous architect Bernard Tschumi. See the Caryatids statues and walk over the glass floor where you will find an ancient city underneath. There is a special ticket package at the price of 12 euros. The ticket is not included in the price of the tour. Also you will need to purchase a 5 euros (reduced 3 euros) entrance to the New Acropolis Museum.