Athens city Tour (4hrs) combined with Piraeus Port Cruise Terminal transfers

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Itinerary Details

Operated by: Be my Guest Transfers and Tours

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Port of Piraeus

Pick up from Cruise Terminal in Piraeus Port

Stop At: Acropolis

You will visit the Sacred Rock of Acropolis and you'll see the most important ancient site in western world and a universal symbol of the classical spirit. Admire Parthenon, the symbol of democracy, Erechtheum with its "Porch of Maidens" known as Caryatids, Propylae, the grand entrance to Acropolis, Temple of Athena Nike.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Plaka

The old historical neighborhood of Athens it's known for its picturesque alleyways and its neoclassical architecture.

Pass By: Monastiraki

The area of Monastiraki is full of life all day and night long. There are a lot of restaurants to eat but also a lot of places to enjoy coffee or beverages, looking up to Acropolis, the best view worldwide-with no exaggeration.

Pass By: Temple of Olympian Zeus

The temple was dedicated to Olympian Zeus and it was one of the most famous marbled buildings in the world. There were 104 Corinthian columns of which only 15 remail standing. Ine of those blew down in 1852 because of a storm. Inside the temple was a giant gold and ivory statue of Zeus.

Pass By: Arch of Hadrian (Pili tou Adrianou)

The arch was constructed in 131 bc to honor the Roman Emperor Handrian. It was marking the boundary between the old ancient city of Athens and the new city.

Pass By: The Academy of Athens

The building of the university is a part of the Athenian Trilogy neoclassical buildings designed by the Danish architect Hansen. It was founded in 1839. Around the entrance you can see many statues of distinguished men: Adamantios Korais, Ioannis Kapodistrias, Gregory the Fifth and Rigas Feraios.

Pass By: National Library of Greece

The building of the university is a part of the Athenian Trilogy neoclassical buildings designed by the Danish architect Hansen. It was founded in 1839. Around the entrance you can see many statues of distinguished men: Adamantios Korais, Ioannis Kapodistrias, Gregory the Fifth and Rigas Feraios.

Pass By: The Academy of Athens

It' s considered to be the most beautiful neoclassical building in the world. It's a part of the Athenian Trilogy neoclassical buildings designed by the Danish architect Hansen. It was built in resemblance of the Propylae of the Acropolis.

Stop At: Panathenaic Stadium

It's the only stadium built entirely of marble in the whole world. It was built in 330BC. It's the finishing point for the annual Athens Classical Marathon. The Panathenaic Stadium hosted the First Modern Olympic Games in 1896 and until now hosts the Olympic Flame handover ceremony

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Plateia Syntagmatos

Syntagma square houses the Greek Parliament since 1934. You will admire the tomb of the uknown soldier, constructed in 1930 which is guarded by the Evzones (meaning well-dressed). Every hour perform the change of the guard in the Tomb of the uknown soldier.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: National History Museum (Old Parliament)

The old Parliament House was founded by Queen Amalia in 1858 and housed the Parliament of Greece between 1875-1932. Today it houses the National Historical Museum

Stop At: Port of Piraeus

Drop off to Cruise Terminal at the port of Piraeus- End of the tour
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