Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Athens Night Sightseeing Tour with Greek Dinner Show submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
Was glad to have my tour re-scheduled after illness. Was great to see the sites at night and the dinner show was pretty good. The food was great and the music was fun. Expect to go up and dance on stage!Reviewed by: Jonathon K, November 2012
Wow- what a tour guide- and driver- full of chatter and knowledge! definately a great way to orientate self! loved the food :)Reviewed by: margi, October 2012
Very fun -- a great way to end a great vacation.Reviewed by: Janet T, November 2012
Fun experience but the quality of the food and decor of restaurant was not up to par with other taverns we visited. Perhaps in peak season it would be different as we were there in winter and the room was full of empty tables. The musicians and performers lacked enthusiasm.Reviewed by: Phyllis H, February 2013
Where do I start! From the time we were picked up to the end of the night, I was in amazement. It was awful and an insult to Greek people. We walked past several lovely outdoor cafes to enter what can only be described as a dungeon. It was a dated,delapidated restaurant.The food on the table was supposedly Greek food. We have never seen a plate of corn representing Greek food and my husband is Greek. We were sitting with a few Canadian people and Americans and we kept apologising to them explaining this food was not representative of greek food. It was unappetising and inedible. As for the Athens Nightseeing Tour we pulled up outside the Parthenon were told to take a photo as it looked nice at night, they had a smoke and we left! That was it! Nothing else! Do not do this tour. It was expensive and a total waste of money. Two American girls in our group left before the meal was even finished. Walk past the Parthenon yourself, stop at one of the lovely outside cafes and save your money. Definitely not recommended! Wait I forgot about the entertainment..... The band were in their eighties and no I am not exaggerating. The only splinter of light were some young greek dancers who graced the stage.Reviewed by: Tony T, October 2012