Others and sign-language on request (extra cost may apply)
Piraeus Port or any hotel in the center of Athens
What you will do...
Discover the diverse city of Athens. Athens is not only famous for its historical monuments. Visit the imposing Acropolis, dazzled from different angles in the city and still enthroned over the city as a reminder of the beauty and glory of ancient Athens.
Drive to Olympieion, the Roman Temple of Olympian Zeus and Panathinaiko Stadium.
In this birthplace of a worldwide tradition, the first modern Olympic Games took place in 1896. To the tomb of the unknown soldier in front of the parliament building at Syntagma Square. Then, we will follow the drive to Panepistimiou Boulevard along the Catholic Cathedral, the Academy of Athens, the University and the National Library.
What you will visit...
Lively streets of Athens:
For first-time visitors, exploring the lively streets of Athens is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the city's vibrant atmosphere. As you stroll through the bustling neighborhoods, you'll encounter a mix of ancient history and modern energy. The streets are lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants, offering a chance to experience the local culture, taste traditional delicacies, and witness the daily rhythm of Athenian life. The lively streets of Athens provide an exciting introduction to the city, filled with sights, sounds, and flavors that captivate your senses.
Kallimarmaro and Syntagma Square:
A must-visit on your Athens itinerary is the Olympic Stadium and Syntagma Square. The Olympic Stadium, also known as the Panathenaic Stadium, is a historic landmark that hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896. Walking through its grand arches, you can imagine the exhilaration of past sporting events. Syntagma Square, located in the heart of Athens, is a bustling hub where locals and visitors converge. Here, you'll find the Greek Parliament building and can witness the ceremonial changing of the guards. The square is surrounded by shops, cafes, and important landmarks, making it a central point for exploring the city's rich history and modern culture.
Love of history shared by your guide:
When exploring Athens, having a knowledgeable guide who shares their love of history can greatly enhance your experience. A passionate guide will take you beyond a typical tour, offering insightful stories, historical context, and a deeper appreciation for the city's rich heritage. Their enthusiasm and expertise will bring ancient ruins, archaeological sites, and historical landmarks to life, allowing you to gain a deeper understanding of Athens' cultural significance and connect with its storied past.
No visit to Athens is complete without enjoying the vibrant Plaka neighborhood. Located at the foot of the Acropolis, Plaka is a charming area known for its narrow streets, traditional architecture, and lively atmosphere. Here, you can wander through picturesque alleys lined with quaint shops, tavernas, and cafes. Plaka offers a mix of souvenir shops, art galleries, and traditional Greek crafts, making it a perfect place to find unique keepsakes. In the evening, the neighborhood comes alive with bustling restaurants and vibrant nightlife, providing a delightful ambiance to savor authentic Greek cuisine and soak in the vibrant energy of Athens.
Notes on mobility
Inspected and carefully chosen stops
Easy access guarantee
Accessible transfer with ramp
Assistance pets are allowed
Suitability for Level 1 and 2
max. 4 Wheelchairs foldable
max. 4 Rollator Users
max. 2 Mobility scooter Users
max. 2 Electric wheelchair
Roundtrip transportation by air-conditioned bus
License Tour guide
Pick-up and drop-off
Special personal assistance
Rental of aid equipment
Food and drinks