1 hr
All year
Adults, Children, Infants
Ticket Type

On this walking tour you will discover the glorious past of the city of Athens, one of the oldest cities in the world.

MEETING POINT Departure from Hotel Amalia (on Amalias Avenue number 10 in the center of Athens, opposite to the National Garden).

Please be at the meeting point by 09.30 AM.

MAX GROUP SIZE 22 persons
GUIDE Licensed guide
Adult: 39 €
Child (4-12 yrs): 17.5 €
Infant (0-3 yrs): Free
ENTRANCE FEES Admission fee for the Acropolis is not included.

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

  • Adults: 20 €
  • Teenagers (13-17 yrs) & Children: FREE
  • Students: entitled to reduced tickets

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

Reduced prices will apply; For more information on discounts and Entrance Fees to the Archaeological Sites and Museums please click here.

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.
From Apr 1 – Oct 31:

The tours take place daily, except on the following public Holidays:

  • Greek Orthodox Good Friday (before 12:00)
  • Greek Orthodox Easter Sunday
  • May 1st – Labor Day
  • October 28th – National Holiday
From Nov 1 – Mar 31:

The tour operates every Tuesday-Thursday-Friday except on the following public Holidays:

  • December 25th & 26th – Christmas
  • January 1st – New Year’s Day
  • March 25th – National Holiday
The tour take place in all weather, rain or shine
BOOKING ORDER Please fill in all the requested fields of the tour booking form and press the “Book Now” button to proceed with your Booking Order (Your Reservation).

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Once the payment has been completed the following emails will be sent automatically:

  • Your Booking Confirmation (voucher) from Greece Tour Hub, with your booking order details, the contact details of your local Tour Operator, and your invoice
  • Your Electronic Transaction Confirmation for your Booking Order from the payment gateway

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BOOKING & CANCELLATION TERMS Please read our Booking Terms, Disclaimer Note and Cancellation & Refunding Policy
CONTACT US Should you have any question prior to your booking please:
  • send us an email at info@greecetourhub.com (indicating the Tour Code Number)
  • or call us at +30 6955313403 or +30 2103210031

The Acropolis, the landmark of Greece!

Our walking tour begins with a visit to the Parliament building in Syntagma square with the changing of the Guards.

From the very heart of Athens Syntagma square we will continue through the National Gardens, the neoclassical Zappeion conference center (The oldest in Europe), the temple of Olympian Zeus, Hadrian’s Arch and across to the old town, Plaka district.

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 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

The tour ends on the hill of the Acropolis around 1.00 pm.