Our tour begins with a panoramic drive through the central part of the city, covering the most important sites while the scene slowly changes from evening sunlight to the night lights of the city.
|TOUR CODE NUMBER||CHT-Tour#2|
|MEETING POINT||Departure from Hotel Amalia Athens (in Amalias Avenue
number 10 in the centre of Athens, opposite to the National Garden).
Please be at the meeting point by 19:45.
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The tour starts with a panoramic drive, enjoying an evening in Athens, while viewing important sites.
Driving through the central part of Athens we will have a lovely view of the Sacred Rock (the Acropolis), lit up in the evening night, allowing you to take some memorable photos.
On our tour, we will pass the Panathenaic Stadium (the first modern Olympic Stadium, where the games were held in 1896), then we continue to Constitution Square, the Parliament Building and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
As we leave Constitution Square, and drive down Panepistimiou St, we will see the beautiful neoclassical buildings of the Academy, the University and the National Library.
Finally we will go to Plaka (the part of Athens which has always been inhabited), and walk through the lovely narrow streets, of the old city, past many lovely small taverns, cafes and souvenir shops, and finally arriving at a typical Greek tavern where we will dine, and be entertained by live Greek music and folk dances with traditional costumes.