Athens sightseeing morning tour

Athens city morning sightseeing

Morning sightseeing tour including Acropolis and the New Acropolis museum.

The tour price includes:

Transportation by modern air-conditioned coach.
Pick up / drop off service from the hotels mentioned in the list shown in the footer.
The lecture of the knowledgeable Professional Guide all along the tour,
The entrance fees to the Acropolis hill and the New Acropolis museum.

Home of the first Olympics, Athens, has been continuously inhabited for over 7,000 years. It is one of the oldest cities and the most ancient capital of Europe.

Due to its cultural and political systems it has a great impact on the European continent. It is the birthplace and the cradle of democracy and western civilisation.
Well-known as the center for the arts, learning, and philosophy, it is also the place of most of the wise men in western philosophy, western literature, and significant mathematical principles.

A magical city once worshipped by gods and people take a sightseeing tour of Athens where you will be guided to all the must-see places to make you feel that you have seen the best of Greece!
Today a large section of the town’s historic center has been converted into a 3 km pedestrian zone.




It is the symbol of Athens, the sacred rock, the connection between ancient and contemporary civilizations. The monuments that stand today on the Sacred Rock are dated from the prehistoric period up to the ancient times. There is not even one person (Greek or foreign visitor) that does not want to pay due honour to this sacred rock and see its beauty and glory. A visit to the sacred rock of the Acropolis and the new Acropolis Museum is a must and an unforgettable experience.

On the top of the list of all Athens attractions, the greatest and finest sanctuary, dedicated to goddess Athena, the city’s patron, dominates the center of the modern city from the rocky hill known as the Acropolis. The Acropolis of the 5th c.BC is the most accurate reflection of the splendor, power and wealth of Athens at its greatest peak, “the golden age of Perikles”. A plan to undertake large-scale conservation and restoration on the Acropolis, is still in progress.

On the 3.5-hour morning sightseeing tour, drive through one of the oldest cities of the world and see the best of modern Athens.

Take a coach tour of the city’s top sites, and with the expert guide, discover and hear his lecture about some of Greece’s greatest treasures



The 3.5-hour sightseeing tour of Athens combines modern Athens with the city’s ancient sites. See top attractions such as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Constitution Square and the all marble Panathenaic Stadium, see the Temple of Olympian Zeus and learn about the glory of ancient Athens. Finally, climb to the top of the Acropolis hill and see the world-famous Pantheon temple, the Parthenon, listening to its incredible features from the expert guide.



07:30am The pickup service bus starts from central hotels and bring everybody to the terminal.
From here, near Syntagma square area, your tour of Athens begins at about 08:45am.
As the bus passes in front of top Athens’ attractions, the professional tour guide talks about the historical importance of this glorious city. You pass by the Greek Parliament building with the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (this was the first palace of Greek King Otto in 1834), the all marble Stadium, where the first modern Olympic Games in 1896 were held followed by driving on Panepistimiou Avenue and the so called trilogy of Athens: The old University, the National Library and the Academy, 3 beautiful neoclassical buildings, built by the Bavarian architects that Otto’s father, king Ludwig of Bavaria, (1825-1848), brought with him to Greece. See the gigantic temple of Olympian Zeus — completed in the 2nd c, AD, and Emperor Hadrian’s Arch, before you arrive at the masterpiece that everybody admires: the Acropolis witrh its monuments.
Stroll up to the site that served as the citadel, and walk around the buildings as you hear about its glorious days during the 5th c. BC. Explore the Acropolis on foot, see the glorious Parthenon and the other highlights, such as, the Propylaea, the Temple of Athena Nike, the Erechteion with the karyatides.
 Take advantage of the free time and explore the rest of the site independently.
Continue your tour with a visit to the New Acropolis museum, one of the world’s best museums. Your ticket lets you stay as long as you wish inside the museum.
So, after the end of the guided tour you are allowed to stay and explore the museum on your own. Walk around the spectacular Parthenon Hall with the incredible sculptures. See its incredible friezes, and the other archaeological exhibits. Wander around in the galleries. There are more than 4,000 ancient objects to view and admire.

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Athens' City guided tour, with a visit to the Acropolis & the New Acropolis museum.

Athens’ City guided tour, with a visit to the Acropolis & the New Acropolis museum.



The tour :
Depart for PANATHINAIKO STADIUM, where the first modern Olympic Games took place in 1896 (short stop).
Pass by the Prime Minister’s residence and the Ex Royal Palace (guarded by colourful Evzones),
the Zappeion Conference and Exhibition Hall and the National Gardens,
The temple of Olympian Zeus, Hadrian’s Arch, St. Paul’s Church,
The Parliament and the Tomb of the Unknown soldier,
Schlieman’s House (today Nomismatic Museum), the Catholic Cathedral,
The ACADEMY, the University and the National Library,
the Old Parliament, Constitution Square, the Russian Orthodox Church, proceed to the
ACROPOLIS (visit Propylaea, Temple of Athena Nike, PARTHENON and Erechtheion, and finish the tour at about 01.30pm, with a visit to the New Acropolis museum.

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