Summer itinerary (available from April through October).

4pm

Starting point: Acropolis Metro Station

4pm – 5:30pm

Visit the Acropolis Museum, accompanied by a field expert – licensed archaeologist, and discover a different experience of the Acropolis monuments, through artifacts, sculptures, and architectural elements of the temples.

5:30pm – 7pm

Visit to the archaeological area of the Acropolis, accompanied by a field expert – licensed archaeologist, in search of the little secrets of the rock: visual corrections, colors, damaged architectural elements and the stories behind these. Experience the Acropolis rock, the natural landscape that encouraged worship on the site, in a walk.

7pm-7:30pm

Walk along Dionysiou Areopagitou Street to take in the scenery, characteristic of a city that has been inhabited for centuries: contemporary apartment buildings, neoclassical houses and the Acropolis rock with the Parthenon, the Theatre of Dionysus, the oldest theater of the world, and the Herodeion, the famous Roman Music Hall.

7:30pm-8:15pm

Taste traditional Greek delicacies at Fine Wine, an authentic old-fashioned wine store, housed in a tumbledown terracotta building in Plaka. Dimitris and Sofia, the owners of the wine store, are veritable oenophiles and will be eager to give you a warm welcome and teach you about the history of Greek wine.

8:30pm

Ending Point: Acropolis Metro Station

Winter itinerary (available from November through March).

3:30pm

Starting point: Acropolis Metro Station

3:45pm - 5pm

Visit the Acropolis Museum, accompanied by a field expert – licensed archaeologist, and discover a different experience of the Acropolis monuments, through artifacts, sculptures, and architectural elements of the temples.

5pm - 6pm

Walk in Plaka, the capital’s most picturesque district with labyrinth alleys, quaint neoclassical houses, and a generous number of monuments and excavated ancient sites.

6pm - 6:45pm

Taste traditional Greek wine and delicacies at Fine Wine, an authentic old-fashioned wine store, housed in a terracotta building in Plaka. Dimitris and Sofia, the owners, are veritable oenophiles and will be eager to give you a warm welcome as they share the bounties of Greece’s time honored winemaking tradition.

7pm

Ending Point: Acropolis Metro Station

* In the event of rain the tour will still go head and alternative activities/itineraries will be offered on the day.

 

* In the event of rain the tour will still go head and alternative activities/itineraries will be offered on the day.

 

Afternoon Guided Walk in Athens
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