Acropolis Walking Tour
- Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Fully narrated tour
After admiring the artifacts, your guide will introduce you to the Greek Parliament House, formerly a palace. Stop for photos by the stately structure, and then take a stroll through the historical part of the city. Continue strolling through the streets, seeing historical landmarks such as the Zeus Temple alongside other fine architecture. A leisurely paced 10-minute walk up the pedestrian walkway of Dionysiou Areopagitou leads to the Acropolis of Athens, crowned by the Parthenon with its spectacular views over the city below. On the way to the acropolis you will also see Dionysious Sanctuary, Philopapos Hill, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus and Mars Hill.
The tour finishes at the acropolis' summit, where your guide will offer some tips for other places to see independently in Athens.
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Acropolis Walking Tour
- Professional guide
- Entrance fee to the Acropolis of Athens (12 euros approximately; ticket is valid to visit ancient sites for multiple days)
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Please note that the tour itinerary may be subject to change
Reviewed by: Kirk and Eileen, USA, October 2014
Our favorite tour. Mariana was terrific.
Reviewed by: James K, October 2014
We were delighted with our tour guide and tour. Despina not only shared Athens' antiquities, but also brought us into modern Greece for a deeper appreciation of the country and its struggles throughout history. The pace of the tour worked well for us and we were especially appreciative of the timing of our arrival at the Acropolis. Many of our fellow cruise mates were very displeased by the huge crowds they encountered. The only thing I would add would be the modern Archeological Museum. We had wanted to see it, but had trouble finding it after our tour. We are happy to recommend the Acropolis Walking tour to our friends.