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Athenian Tasting Tour at Twilight!

  • Athens
  • 3 hours
  • Up to 12 persons
  • In English
  • Highlights
  • Inclusions/Exclusions

Athens is arguably even more beautiful at night! So why not join us on our evening tour where you can experience the taste of Greece under the gazing Greek gods?

This food tour begins with a tasting of Greek yogurt in the midst of the captivating neighborhood under the Acropolis. Stroll through the picturesque areas of Plaka and Anafiotika where you will taste a wide selection of olive oils, cheeses, and cured meats. For those coffee lovers that can drink it at any time of the day, smooth Greek coffee awaits you and for those that are worried they’ll be doing the ‘Syrtaki’ dance all night, a glass of homemade lemonade instead. Moving on, experience a local’s typical breakfast/snack of koulouri and bougatsa, freshly baked! You shouldn’t leave Athens without having experienced the culture of Greek mezze; little plates of delicious home cooked treasures, all washed down with a shot of Raki. After a quick stop for an ice cream made from fresh, creamy Greek milk, we will take you to one of the best rooftop bars in the whole of Athens. There you can enjoy a shot of alcohol whilst taking in breathtaking views of the Acropolis, in a relaxing yet electrifying atmosphere!

Departure

Acropolis metro station

Departure Time

19:00

Return Time

22:00

Included

all food tastings, tap water, alcohol is included at the last stop

Not Included

Everything you purchase during the tour

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+974 4038 3502

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