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In a nutshell

Learn everything about Athens, even the words and the typical dishes. Join a guided tour from the port of Zea to the Acropolis, including the Panathenaic Stadium made entirely of marble, the old town and Plaka, the most traditional district of the city. And when you think you've seen it all, we'll surprise you with a typical food tasting and sirtaki dancing in the background.

Main stops
  • Port of Zea
  • Athens
  • Acropolis, Parthenon
  • Sightseeing tour: Panathenaic Stadium, University of Athens, National Library, National Academy and Syntagma Square, Greek Parliament and tomb of the unknown soldier
  • Plaka, Old University, Tower of the Winds, Ancient Agora and monument to Lysicrates
  • Mikrolimano, with food tasting in a typical restaurant

The programme
  • “Kalo̱sórisma” or welcome to this guided tour of Athens, including all the iconic sights of the Greek capital.
  • Leaving the port of Zea, known as Pasalimani, you'll soon come to the Acropolis: the Athenian “high city” built in the 5th century BC. You'll immediately see the Parthenon: the temple of Athena that dominates the whole site.
  • The “Kallimarmaron Panathinaiko” is the “beautiful marble stadium of all Athenians”. With a name that's worthy of a record in itself, it is the only one in the world to be made entirely of white marble.
  • In downtown Athens you'll see the University, the National Library, the National Academy and Syntagma Square with the Greek Parliament and the tomb of the unknown soldier: where you can stay and reflect for a moment.
  • Following this is a tour around Plaka, the ancient district that grew up around the Ancient Agora, and then it's back on the bus to Mikrolimano, the “small port” where a taste of Greek cuisine awaits, along with a traditional show of sirtaki dance.
  • Orange-flavored loukanika sausage, dolmades, or stuffed vine leaves, tiropitakia with cheese and psomi, the Greek rustic bread, are just some of the specialties you'll taste. All that remains is to wish you “Kalí̱ órexi̱”: enjoy your meal!

Good to know
  • Slight changes may be made to itineraries and the length of excursions in order to protect your health and to comply with regulations and the safety protocol.
  • This is one of the most popular excursions so book early.
  • Menus may vary according to season to ensure the constant high quality of the dishes served.
  • Before booking the excursion or once on board, contact the excursion office to check the availability of vegetarian or gluten-free dishes and to report any food intolerances.