Semi Private Piraeus Shore Cruise Excursions

Amazing Semi-Private Athens Guided Tours

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Small Group Minimum 7 up to Maximum 19 Guests – Duration 8,30 hours, 90€ euros per person

Best highlights of Athens in a day

  Discover the most captivating facets of Athens in a single day with our Exclusive Semi-Private Athens Day Tour. Join a small group for an intimate exploration of the genuine beauty that Athens has to offer. This tour unveils the architectural marvels, mythological wonders, historical landmarks, rich civilization, and cultural gems of both ancient and contemporary Athens, set against the backdrop of one of the world’s most historically significant destinations. We extend an invitation for you to book and immerse yourself in the authentic beauty of Athens through one of our highly acclaimed and popular tours.

Piraeus port to/from Acropolis (1 hour)
The Acropolis Hill, Parthenon (2 hours)
The Temple of Zeus, The Panathenaic Stadium (0,45 hour)
Modern Athens & Panorama from Lycabettus hill ( 0,45 hour)
The Ex. Palace, Syntagma, Parliament, Unknown Soldier, changing of the Guards (0,30 hour)
Catholic Cathedral & Neoclassical Trilogy of culture (0,30 hours)
The Plaka for lunch and free time (1,30 hours)
The New Acropolis Museum (1,30 hours)

Duration 8,30 hours – 90€ per person – Deposit 50€ per person

Please note that the schedule may be modified due to time constraints, demonstrations, strikes, or unforeseen issues.

The Full Day Athens Tour encompasses a comprehensive exploration of notable sites, including The Acropolis with its iconic structures like the Parthenon, Erechtheion, Propylaea, Temple of Athena Nike, Caryatides, Herodeon Theater, the ruins of the Theater of Dionysus, and Areopagus (Mars Hill). Additionally, the itinerary covers The Temple of Zeus, the largest ancient temple in Greece in the Corinthian order, and The Panathenaic Stadium (Kallimarmaro), the original stadium built in 1863 for the first modern Olympic games in 1896, for a brief photo stop.

Other highlights include The Old Palace, The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier, and The Changing of The Guards, as well as visits to The Catholic Cathedral, The Neoclassical Trilogy (Academy, National Library, First University of Athens), and The Plaka—Athens’ oldest and most picturesque neighborhood, known for its stone-paved narrow streets, numerous gyros places, tavernas, and souvenir shops, providing an opportunity for lunch and leisure time. The tour concludes with a visit to The Acropolis Museum, featuring collections such as the Gallery of the Slopes of the Acropolis, Archaic Acropolis Gallery, Parthenon Gallery, Propylea-Athena Nike-Erechtheion, and artifacts spanning from the 5th century BC to the 5th century AD.

  • Comfortable clothing and athletic walking shoes are recommended.
  • Hat and sun glasses are suggested.
  • Photography is permitted throughout the tour.
  • Local cash needed for entrance fees and small expenses (50€ pp)
Tour Feedback
Activity Level 75%
Cultural 75%
Historical 75%
Kids Friendly 85%
Tour flexibility 90%
At your own pace 90%
Possitive Reviews 100%