Tour All About Athens

Tour All About Athens

This 2 hours trip has exactly what a visitor need to see from Athens and its suburbs. The tour is fully customizable according to the traveler needs.

Tour All About Athens

100€/4 person | 2 Hours

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This 2 hours trip (Tour All About Athens) has exactly what a visitor need to see from Athens and its suburbs. The tour is fully customizable according to the traveler needs. Our drivers are fluent English speakers with the knowledge to guide you through the history paths of the city of Athens. The trip includes not only the sights but the the sensation of Athenian way of life The trip is very comfortable with luxurious  cars and is from 1 to 4 persons.

You can head directly to the meeting point, or request pickup

Pickup points

You can  select a pick up point in coordination with your driver

End point

This activity ends back at the meeting point.

15 Minutes stop
(Not inside the sight)
Acropolis

Our first stop is the magnificent and magic sight of Acropolis where you can see Parthenon that was dedicated to goddess Athena (Parthenos) - Propylea, the which was in the entrance of the sacred area - The Temple of Athena Nike - The Erechtheion with its famous female figures-statues named Caryatides or Maidens dedicated to both goddess Athena and god Poseidon - The Odeum of Herodus Atticus - and the Theatre of Dionysus

Pass By
Temple of Olympian Zeus

The construction of the Temple of Zeus began in the 6th century BC during the rule of the Athenian tyrants, but it was not completed until the 2nd century AD by the Roman Emperor Hadrian. The long construction period is due to various historical events, including the political changes in Athens. The temple was built to honor Zeus, the chief deity in the Greek pantheon. It housed a massive statue of Zeus made of gold and ivory by the renowned sculptor Phidias.

Pass By
Arch of Hadrian

The arch was built in 132 AD by the Roman Emperor Hadrian, who visited Athens during his reign. It was constructed to commemorate Hadrian's benefactions to the city and to symbolize the separation between the old city and the new one.The arch served as a clear marker between the old city of Athens, which was closely tied to its mythological and historical past, and the new Roman city established by Hadrian.

Plateia Syntagmatos

The name "Syntagma" means "Constitution" in Greek. The square is named after the Greek Constitution of 1844, which was granted by King Otto, and it has played a prominent role in many key moments of modern Greek history, including protests, celebrations, and political events. Nearby attractions include the National Garden of Athens, the upscale Kolonaki neighborhood, and the historic Plaka district.

30 Minutes stop
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

he monument was inaugurated on March 25, 1932, and was originally dedicated to the Greek soldiers who lost their lives during various wars and conflicts. It is a symbol of remembrance and respect for the sacrifices of those who gave their lives in service to their country. The monument is a symbol of patriotism and national unity in Greece. It serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made by Greek servicemen and women throughout the country's history. Tourists and visitors can observe the changing of the guard ceremony, which takes place every hour and is an impressive and meticulously choreographed event. Visitors are requested to maintain a respectful and solemn demeanor when near the monument.

Pass By
The Academy of Athens
Philoshophical Experience

The National Library of Greece (Ethnikí Vivliothíki tis Elládos) is one of the most important cultural institutions in Greece, responsible for the collection, preservation, and dissemination of a vast array of printed materials and knowledge. Here is some information about the National Library of Greece: History: The National Library of Greece was founded in 1832, shortly after the establishment of the modern Greek state. It was created as part of a broader effort to rebuild and revitalize Greece after gaining independence from the Ottoman Empire.

Pass By
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (often referred to as the University of Athens or UOA) is the oldest and one of the most prestigious higher education institutions in Greece. Here is some information about the university: Foundation and History: The University of Athens was officially founded in 1837, making it the first university in the modern Greek state. It was established shortly after Greece gained independence from the Ottoman Empire.

20 Minutes stop
Panathenaic Stadium

The Panathenaic Stadium, also known as the Kallimarmaro, is a historic stadium located in Athens, Greece. It is one of the most iconic sports venues in the world and has a rich history. Here's some information about the Panathenaic Stadium: Ancient Roots: The Panathenaic Stadium is situated on the site of an ancient stadium that dates back to around 330-329 BC. It was originally built for the Panathenaic Games, which were athletic competitions held in ancient Greece as part of the Panathenaic Festival, a religious and cultural celebration dedicated to the goddess Athena.

30 Minutes stop
Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) is a significant cultural complex located in Kallithea, a coastal suburb of Athens, Greece. It is a modern architectural and cultural landmark in the city. Here's some information about the SNFCC: Foundation and Vision: The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), one of the world's leading philanthropic organizations, funded the construction of the cultural center. The SNFCC was built to house and promote various cultural and educational activitiesThe SNFCC stands as a testament to the enduring cultural and philanthropic legacy of Stavros Niarchos, who envisioned a space where culture and knowledge would thrive, benefitting the Greek community and the world. The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center is a place of cultural enrichment, artistic exploration, and community engagement. It plays a vital role in preserving and advancing Greece's cultural heritage while promoting a modern and vibrant cultural scene in Athens.

  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Hotel pickup and dropoff
  • Free wifi onboard
  • Fuel and tolls
  • Water
  • Personal English-Speaking professional Driver
  • Entrance fees for all attractions
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Official Tour Guide - This is a guided trip and our drivers are knowledgeable about the areas you will visit and they will provide you with basic info about the sights, but In case you want to have a professional tour guide with you, this can be done by arrangement for an additional fee.
  • Beverages and meals.
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