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3 Days Athens

Tour Highlights

We invite you to take the road off the tourist trail and join us for a unique 3days trip through the best sites and experiences of Athens, where you’ll get to discover the wondrous secrets that this city holds. From the Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum to the ancient Agora, an Athens foodie tour and the Temple of Poseidon in Cape Sounio, this 3day trip will take you to the all the places you absolutely need to visit before leaving Athens, in the company of your deeply knowledgeable, local guide. 

  • A visit to the must-see attractions of Athens and a carefully designed itinerary put together by expert locals
  • All tours led by expert archaeologist guides
  • Luxurious private transfers to ensure a comfortable and stress-free trip
  • Skip the line entrance fees to all sites

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  • All private guided tours mentioned in the description
  • Services of our exceptional local licensed guides
  • Skip the Line Entrance fees to the Acropolis and all archaeological sites
  • Airport pickup and drop-off
  • All the transfers with our cozy vehicles
  • All applicable taxes and VAT


  • Meals are not included, apart from hotel breakfast & the dishes offered in our optional Athens Highlights Evening Stroll with Meze Dinner on your first day. 
  • Day 1- Arrival

    • Airport/port pick-up and transfer to hotel/apartment 

    Your driver will pick you up from the airport/port with an air-conditioned, comfortable and luxurious vehicle, and will drive you to your accommodation in order for you to settle in.

    • Athens Highlights Evening Tour with welcome dinner (Optional / Depending on the time of your arrival)

    Have a strong start to your Athens experience by joining an Athens Highlights Evening tour that will end with a welcome dinner. Explore Athens’ city center under the sparkling night lights and stroll around some of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the heart of Greece's capital. Your night will finish up with a traditional Greek feast full of scrumptious meze and local wine! What better way to kick off your trip to Athens?

  • Day 2

    Best of Athens in One Day:

    • Acropolis and City Exploration

    After your licensed archaeologist guide picks you up from your hotel on foot, you will visit the sacred Acropolis Hill and the Acropolis Museum, where you can marvel at the fascinating 3.000-year-old exhibits. In the wake of your history-drenched morning, wander around the picturesque neighborhood of Plaka and its neoclassical architecture, where you'll come across the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates.

    • Athens food tour!

    Accompanied by your local, foodie guide,stroll through the neighborhoods of Athens while exploring its culinary scene. Wander through Athens' Central Market and feast your eyes upon the huge variety of fresh fruit, vegetables, seafood and meat on display. Stop at traditional family-run delis and try recipes that have been handed down from generation to generation. Enjoy 15 (!) different tastings of Greek cuisine, including traditional pastries, dishes, and desserts, as well as a variety of cold cuts, and cheese. There will be no morsel bites in sight, so make sure to come hungry!

    • City tour with Private Transfer

    Get in your luxury vehicle and start your city tour around Athens' most noteworthy monuments, such as the Library of Hadrian, located in the colorful and multicultural MonastirakiSquare, and the Temple of Olympian Zeus. Your driver will take you to Syntagma Square, the emblematic meeting point of the Athenians that houses the Greek Parliament, and the monument of the Unknown Soldier. Right next to it, the majestic National Gardens host hundreds of plant varieties, providing a fresh breath of nature in the middle of the bustling city. Last but not least, you'll drive by the Panathenaic Stadium, the place that hosted the 1st modern Olympic Games.

    By the end of the day, you'll have seen Athens's essentials: its history, its architecture, as well as its ancient and modern life.

  • Day 3

    • Lake Vouliagmeni

    Just a few kilometers from the center of Athens a unique destination offers moments of leisure. Vouliagmeni Lake is the ideal place for a sun-drenched escape to enjoy the thermal springs, chill out, taste mouth-watering cocktails and to explore the gastronomic delights on offer.

    Vouliagmeni Lake is part of the national NATURA 2000 network and has been designated by the Ministry of Culture as a site of unique natural beauty.A destination that ensures a stress-free, relaxing experienceoffering leisure, exercise and culinary pleasure!

    • Sounio Sunset Tour with Swimming Stop (Time depends on the season)
    1. Stray further from the city center and enjoy a drive along the Athenian Riviera, which will take you to one of Athens' most romantic settings: Cape Sounio, from where you can marvel at the view of the imposing Temple of Poseidon. The tour is timed perfectly for you to catch the kaleidoscopic sunset Cape Sounio generously offers to its visitors. Sounio Sunset Tour is sure to be one of the highlights of your stay in Athens! 
  • Day 4 – Departure


    • Drop off at the airport - Departure

    Your driver will pick you up from your hotel and take you to the airport in plenty of time to catch your flight home. Our goal is to completely eliminate the element of stress from your Greek vacation!

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