This private walking tour takes you back to the age of Socrates, Pericles, Themistocles, Aristides, Kimon and so many other important figures.
We are going to go up the southeastern side of the Acropolis. On our way, we are going to see the Theatre of Dionysus, the Herod Attica Conservatory and stand on the foot of the hill of Filopappos, where, among other things, Socrates is believed to have been imprisoned. After that, we are going to head towards the hill of Pnyka, the place where the meetings of the assembly of the city were held.
As the temple of Hephaestus gradually appears before us, we are going down to the street to the Ancient Agora, a place which is closely connected to the array of public and political life in Ancient Athens as well as to education and philosophy.
Our expeditions is going to end with a visit to the museum that is housed in the Attalos Colonade, where we are going to see unique exhibits and objects from the everyday life of the Athenians.
- Professional and licensed guide
- All taxes
- Personal expenses
- Gratuities (optional)
- Entrance fees
Keeping you safe (COVID-19 measures): Our staff is trained in the latest hygiene protocols and cleaning procedures. They use personal protective equipment (face masks/shields and optional gloves) and their temperature/wellness will be monitored daily to ensure a safe travel experience for you. Face masks are also required for travellers inside the museums. Whisper audio devices will be given to all our travelers to keep social distance guidelines which are sanitized thoroughly both from our staff but also inside the charging cases with UVC lights.
Meeting point is Acropolis Metro Station. Your guide holding a Key tours sign will be waiting for you there. You may follow our suggested program or you can put together with our guide a similar program according to your special interests.