Athens: Half-Day Private Mythology Tour

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If your hotel is in the city center the guide can meet you in the reception area of your hotel; otherwise you will need to make your own way to the meeting point.

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What You'll Do
  • See the major monuments of ancient Athens in just 4 hours
  • Learn about Greek gods and heroes and discover what is behind the universal myths
  • Hear about ancient Greek society and what made Athens one of the greatest cities in the world
Enjoy a unique tour of the sites related to Greek mythology that will help you understand how Athens became the mythical city it is today. Visit some of the most important monuments in Athens and learn about the myths and history that surround them.
What to Expect
If there’s one landmark you should visit in Athens, it’s the Acropolis. Make it a fun and original experience by discovering the myths surrounding the major monuments of the ancient city on a 4-hour tour that’s suitable for all ages.

From the birth of the glorious city through its Golden Age to its defeat by the Spartan armies, mythology has played a major role in Greek culture.

On this unconventional city tour (priced for up to 2 persons) you’ll hear the stories of Greek mythology, and learn about the meaning and the historical facts behind the myths. You’ll visit all the most iconic sites of ancient Athens, as well as lesser-known ones that hide marvelous treasures.

Sites included on the itinerary for this trip include the Acropolis (Parthenon, Theater of Dionysus, Temple of Athena Nike, Temple of Erechtheion, Sanctuary of Asclepius), the Olympian Zeus Temple, the ancient Agora, the Temple of Hephaestus, and the ancient Keramikos Cemetery.
What's Included
  • English or French speaking licensed guide
What's Not Included
  • Admission fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
Meeting Point

Your meeting point is right outside the main entrance door of the Temple of Olympian Zeus. Access to the entrance is from Vassilissis Olgas Avenue. The closest metro station is ACROPOLIS and then you’ll need to walk 8 feet to get to the Temple’s entrance (red line). It might be busy outside the entrance of the Temple, so look for the guide with an Alternative Athens Sign.

What to Remember
• Be sure to wear comfortable shoes as the ground at the places you visit is uneven
• The price is based on 2 people booking. For groups of up to 12 participants please contact the supplier for a quote

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