3 hrs 30 min
All year
Adults, Children, Infants, Students, Teenagers
Ticket Type

Once in Athens, this tour should not be missed! It covers every important part of Athens long history – its monuments and culture, with the help of our expert guides.

MEETING POINT Your guide will be waiting for you INSIDE the Syntagma Metro Station one level down, by the ticket validating machines, underneath the big central hanging clock.
Please be at the meeting point by 09:15 AM.
  • Syntagma Metro
  • Syntagma Square
  • Zappeion
  • Arch of Hadrian
  • Dioysiou Areopagitou
  • Acropolis
MAX GROUP SIZE 15 persons
GUIDE Local licensed guide
LANGUAGE English (All other languages only on a private basis tour)
Adult: 47 €
Students: 47 € (please hold your valid ID card)
Teenagers (12-17 yrs): 47 €
Child (6-11 yrs): 47 €
Infant (0-5 yrs): Free
ENTRANCE FEES Admission fees for all places we visit during the Athens City Tour & Acropolis (Parthenon, Nike temple, Propylea, Erechtheion, Dionysus Theatre and Temple of Zeus) are not included in the tour’s price.

Entrance Ticket Prices (from April 1 to October 31):

  • 28 € for the adults, covering all the sites that will be visited
  • 14 € for students outside the EU (with current student ID)
  • Free for all European citizens up to 25 years old
  • Free for all children up to 5 years old

Entrance Ticket Prices (from November 1 to March 31):

  • 14 € for the adults, covering all the sites that will be visited
  • 14 € for students outside the EU (with current student ID)
  • Free for all European citizens up to 25 years old
  • Free for all children up to 5 years old

We usually buy the tickets for you in advance, in order not to line up.
Please make sure that you have enough cash (euros) with you to purchase the tickets.
Prices of the entrance tickets are subject to changes without prior notice.

FAQ ABOUT ACROPOLIS For information about Acropolis please click here.
The tours take place daily, except on the following public Holidays:
  • January 1st – New Year’s Day
  • March 25th – National Holiday
  • Greek Orthodox Good Friday (before 12:00)
  • Greek Orthodox Easter Sunday
  • May 1st – Labor Day
  • October 28th- National Holiday
  • December 25th & 26th – Christmas
The tour take place in all weather, rain or shine
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CONTACT US Should you have any question prior to your booking please:
  • send us an email at [email protected] (indicating the Tour Code Number)
  • or call us at +30 6955313403 or +30 2103210031

Athens is the largest city and the capital of Greece and, even to this day, elements of its ancient past are still evident as you stroll through its streets.

This tour involves many historical periods of the city, found in different areas all within a short walking distance of Constitution (Syntagma) Square.

The most famous monuments in Athens, plus the Acropolis, a world heritage site, are part of this comprehensive tour.

Our guide will give information about all the sites visited to make the tour as comprehensible and pleasant as possible.

A Walk Through the History of Athens

Our tour begins at Syntagma Metro Station, firstly by visiting the museum of the Metro Station (for approximately 10 – 15 minutes), which exhibits ancient artifacts from Athens, found during the excavation and construction of its underground metro.

The tour then continues to the Greek Parliament Building, and the Memorial of the Unknown Soldier to observe the changing of the guards.

After this, we continue to the National Gardens, a lovely area to escape the noisy city, and then to the Zappeion Megaron.

From here you have an excellent view of the Temple of Zeus, with its 17 columns still standing, each 17 meters high, and also the Arch of Hadrian, built in 132 AD to mark the limits of the new and ancient city of Athens. Both of these will be visited for a close up view.

From the Arch of Hadrian we cross over to the beautiful Dionysiou Areopagitou walkway.

The Acropolis Tour

On our way to the Acropolis, we will pass the new Acropolis Museum, home to the exhibits found during the many years of excavations on the Acropolis.

We will enter the Acropolis from the southern side, to first visit the Ancient Theatre of Dionysus, built in the 5th century BC, dedicated to the god of wine making.

As we ascend up to the Acropolis (also called the Sacred Hill), we have a lovely view of modern Athens.

Our guide will give you all the relevant information about the many monuments on and around the Acropolis:

  • The famous Parthenon, the most important monument of Ancient Greek civilization, dedicated to Athena the patron goddess of Athens
  • The Erechtheion, located on the most sacred part of the hill
  • Propylaia
  • The Temple of Nike
  • The Agrippa Monument
  • The Herodes Atticus Theater, built in 160 AD is used in the Athens Summer Festival to house world famous performers creating a marvelous, unforgettable experience
  • The Ancient Agora was the centre of ancient Athens – all the law courts, political meetings and juries took place here
  • The Observatory
  • Philopappos Hill or (Muses Hill), from where you can have a fantastic view of the Acropolis and all of Athens
  • Mars or Areopagus Hill
  • Pnyx Hill, where the ancient Athenians gathered for political discussions

Our tour will end on the Acropolis, where there will be ample time to take memorable photos and have a magnificent view of Athens.

Discover with us 22 Sites & Attractions

Visit & Explained Short Stop &
Brief Commentation
Syntagma Metro Station Exhibits
House of the Greek Parliament
Changing of the Guards
National Gardens
Plaka area
The Zeus Temple
Hadrian’s Arch
The Acropolis
Nike Temple
Agrippa Monument
Dionysus Theater
Philopappos Hill
Mars Hill
Pnyx Hill
Odeon of Herodes Atticus (Herodeon)
Ancient Agora
Hephastus Temple