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Piraeus, Greece Shore Excursions



The following apply to all excursions:
-Temperatures can get extremely high during summer. Guests are encouraged to wear hats, sunglasses, insect repellent and sunscreen lotion, and to stay hydrated. An optional umbrella to create shade is also advisable.
-Guests are encouraged to bring credit cards and currency to purchase optional extras such as souvenirs, food and beverages.
-You should never feel that gratuities are expected, but it is customary to leave a tip in recognition of exceptional service in restaurants, taxis and for excursion guides and drivers. It is always up to you to determine the amount.

Acropolis Sightseeing and New Acropolis Museum Featuring Exclusive Youth Activity (5 - 5.5 hours)
Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 75 minutes, entering the city of Athens from the Southwest along Syngrou Avenue. Pass some of the famous sites such as the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian's Arch which separates the old and the new Roman towns. Continue the scenic drive and see the National Gardens, the Parliament building, formerly the Royal Palace, the Academy, the first University and the National Library of Athens. Then, pass by the Panathenaic stadium, built in 1895, where the first Olympics was held in 1896.
Arrive at the bottom of the Acropolis, the Architectural masterpiece of the Golden Age and now protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
Walk up the approximate 100 steps for a bird's eye view of the city as your tour guide shares the stories and myths of this iconic location during an approximate 90-minute visit. See the Propylea entrance, the Erectheum, the Temple of wingless Victory and of course, the crowning glory of Athens, the incomparable Parthenon dedicated to honor Athena, the patron goddess of Athens.
Descend through the same steps and walk to the New Acropolis Museum. Kids will join Disney Cruise Line Youth Counselors on a fun-filled workshop, where they'll learn about the colors once present in ancient Greek statues and get to paint their very own memento of their visit to the Acropolis. During this approximate 70-minute activity, parents have the option to follow their guide on a guided visit of the museum, which holds original pieces and artifacts found at the Acropolis.
Conclude the workshop and tour and reboard your motorcoach for the trip back to Piraeus.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motorcoach on their own. Guests that are unable to negotiate the stairs at the Acropolis can see the site from a lower area and reunite with the group after the visit.
-This tour includes approximately one mile of walking on uneven surfaces. Guests are advised to wear flat and comfortable walking shoes.
Large backpacks, umbrellas and oversized purses are not permitted inside the museum. A cloak room is available to store belongings. Flash photography or tripods are not allowed inside the museum.
-The order of sites may be reversed based on traffic, weather and overcrowding of venues.
-A "whisper system" headset will be provided during the tour.
-A light snack and boxed fruit juice are included.
Adult Price: $139 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $99 (ages 5 to 9)


Acropolis Sightseeing and Family Archaeological Excavation (5.5 - 6 hours)
Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 75 minutes, entering the city of Athens from the Southwest along Syngrou Avenue. Pass some of the famous sites such as the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian's Arch which separates the old and the new Roman towns. Continue the scenic drive and see the National Gardens, the Parliament building (formerly the Royal Palace), the Academy, the first University and the National Library of Athens. Then, pass by the Panathenaic stadium, built in 1895, where the first Olympics was held in 1896.
Arrive at the bottom of the Acropolis, the Architectural masterpiece of the Golden Age and now protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
Walk up the approximate 100 steps for a bird's eye view of the city as your tour guide shares the stories and myths of this iconic location during an approximate 90-minute visit. See the Propylea entrance, the Erectheum, the Temple of wingless Victory and of course, the crowning glory of Athens, the incomparable Parthenon dedicated to honor Athena, the patron goddess of Athens.
Descend through the same steps and reboard the motorcoach for an approximate 30-minute ride to the "Hellenic Cosmos", an innovative and multifunctional cultural centre.
Experience a 10-minute computer-animated virtual presentation on the ancient Olympic Greek Games on a multifunctional dome-shaped theatre screen. The ancient Olympic Games are the origin of the Olympic Games as we know today.
Next, enjoy a quick snack before families will be divided into groups and head to an outside area, where replicas of excavation sites of different eras are located. Learn about the work of Archaeologists and take part in an approximate one-hour excavation where you'll search for ancient artifacts in one of the different sites. Families will work together to excavate and catalog the different findings.
Complete your visit to the "Hellenic Cosmos" and reboard your motorcoach for the trip back to Piraeus.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the boat on their own. Guests that are unable to negotiate the stairs at the Acropolis can see the site from a lower area and reunite with the group after the visit. There are approximate 10 steps to descend into the excavation pits.
-This tour includes approximately one mile of walking on uneven surfaces. Guests are advised to wear flat and comfortable walking shoes.
-Large backpacks, umbrellas and oversized purses are not permitted inside the site. A cloak room is available to store belongings. Flash photography or tripods are not allowed inside the museum.
-The order of sites may be reversed based on traffic, weather and overcrowding of venues.
-A "whisper system" headset will be provided during the tour.
-Snack option may include turkey sandwiches, juice and a fruit.
Adult Price: $129 (Ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $89 (ages 5 to 9)


Acropolis Sightseeing and Greek Culinary Presentation (7 - 7.5 hours)
Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 75 minutes, entering the city of Athens from the Southwest along Syngrou Avenue. Pass some of the famous sites such as the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian's Arch which separates the old and the new Roman towns. Continue the scenic drive and see the National Gardens, the Parliament building (formerly the Royal Palace), the Academy, the first University and the National Library of Athens. Then, pass by the Panathenaic stadium, built in 1895, where the first Olympics was held in 1896.
Arrive at the bottom of the Acropolis, the Architectural masterpiece of the Golden Age and now protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
Walk up the approximate 100 steps for a bird's eye view of the city as your tour guide shares the stories and myths of this iconic location during an approximate 90-minute visit. See the Propylea entrance, the Erectheum, the Temple of wingless Victory and of course, the crowning glory of Athens, the incomparable Parthenon dedicated to honor Athena, the patron goddess of Athens.
Descend the same steps and reboard the motorcoach for a quick transfer to a culinary school, where you'll see the preparation of some of the most famous Greek dishes, before savoring each one of them as they are prepared.
Savor tzatziki, ntakos, cheesepie, gemista and yogurt with honey along with a few alcoholic beverages (a glass of ouzo, a glass of wine with main course and a glass of mastiha liqueur at the end).
Conclude the approximate 75-minute culinary experience with all your recipes in hand and join your guide on a 15-minute stroll to the Plaka neighborhood, one of the oldest in Athens, and a great place to shop and browse.
Enjoy approximately 75 minutes of free time at Plaka before reboarding the motorcoach for your trip back to Piraeus.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motorcoach on their own. Guests that are unable to negotiate the stairs at the Acropolis can see the site from a lower area and reunite with the group after the visit.
-This tour includes approximately one mile of walking uphill/downhill on uneven surfaces and 200 steps (both ways). Guests are advised to wear flat and comfortable walking shoes.
-Large backpacks and oversized purses are not permitted inside the site. Long queues and waiting might occur and every effort is made to coordinate the best timings for visits.
-The order of sites may be reversed based on traffic, weather and overcrowding of venues.
-A "whisper system" headset will be provided during the tour.
Adult Price: $199 (ages 21 and up)

Acropolis Sightseeing and Archaeological Museum with Lunch (8 - 8.5 hours)
Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 75 minutes, entering the city of Athens from the Southwest along Syngrou Avenue. Pass some of the famous sites such as the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian's Arch which separates the old and the new Roman towns. Continue the scenic drive and see the National Gardens, the Parliament building (formerly the Royal Palace), the Academy, the first University and the National Library of Athens. Then, pass by the Panathenaic stadium, built in 1895, where the first Olympics was held in 1896.
Arrive at the bottom of the Acropolis, the Architectural masterpiece of the Golden Age and now protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
Walk up the approximate 100 steps for a bird's eye view of the city as your tour guide shares the stories and myths of this iconic location during an approximate 90-minute visit. See the Propylea entrance, the Erectheum, the Temple of wingless Victory and of course, the crowning glory of Athens, the incomparable Parthenon dedicated to honor Athena, the patron goddess of Athens.
Descend the same steps and enjoy a Greek souvlaki lunch at the Plaka neighborhood. Following lunch, enjoy approximately one hour of free time to explore and shop at the base of the Acropolis (time permitting) before reboarding your motorcoach for a transfer to your next stop.
Continue to the National Archeological Museum, which exhibits Neolithic, Cycladic, Mycenaean, Geometric and Archaic sculptures as well as pottery collections and Thira frescoes. It is the largest archaeological museum in Greece and one of the most important museums in the world devoted to ancient Greek art. It was founded at the end of the 19th century to house and protect antiquities from all over Greece, thus displaying their historical, cultural and artistic value.
Conclude your approximate 90-minute visit and reboard the motorcoach for your trip back to Piraeus.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motorcoach on their own. Guests that are unable to negotiate the stairs at the Acropolis can see the site from a lower area and reunite with the group after the visit.
-This tour includes approximately one mile of walking uphill/downhill on uneven surfaces and 200 steps (both ways). Guests are advised to wear flat and comfortable walking shoes.
-Large backpacks and oversized purses are not permitted inside the site and the museum  No flash photography in the museum. Long queues and waiting might occur and every effort is made to coordinate the best timings for visits.
-The order of sites may be reversed based on traffic, weather and overcrowding of venues.
-A "whisper system" headset will be provided during the tour.
-Lunch options may include Greek salad, souvlaki, and pita break with pork or chicken and a soft drink or water per person.
Adult Price: $129 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $79 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


Acropolis Sightseeing and Yabanaki Beach Club (7.5 - 8 hours)
Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 75 minutes, entering the city of Athens from the southwest along Syngrou Avenue. Pass some of the famous sites such as the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian's Arch which separates the old and the new Roman towns. Continue the scenic drive and see the National Gardens, the Parliament building (formerly the Royal Palace), the Academy, the first University and the National Library of Athens. Then, pass by the Panathenaic stadium, built in 1895, where the first Olympics was held in 1896.
Arrive at the bottom of the Acropolis, the Architectural masterpiece of the Golden Age and now protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
Walk up the approximate 100 steps for a bird's eye view of the city as your tour guide shares the stories and myths of this iconic location during an approximate 90-minute visit. See the Propylea entrance, the Erectheum, the Temple of wingless Victory and of course, the crowning glory of Athens, the incomparable Parthenon dedicated to honor Athena, the patron goddess of Athens.
Descend the same steps and enjoy approximately 30 minutes of free time to explore and shop at the base of the Acropolis (time permitting) before reboarding your motorcoach for an approximate 45-minute drive on the coastal road toward Varkiza, one of the famous seaside resorts in the Athens area.
Arrive at the Yabanaki Beach Club and enjoy approximately 2 hours relaxing under the sun, splash in the Aegean blue waters and grabbing a snack at your leisure. Guests will receive a lounge chair and share an umbrella.
Conclude your refreshing time by the sea and reboard the motorcoach for your trip back to Piraeus. -Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motorcoach on their own. Beach wheelchairs are not available at the beach club, so Guests must be able to negotiate steps on the sand.
-While visiting beaches in Europe, Guests should note that nudity or topless bathing may be observed.
-This tour includes approximately one mile of walking uphill/downhill on uneven surfaces and 200 steps (both ways). Guests are advised to wear flat and comfortable walking shoes.
-Large backpacks and oversized purses are not permitted inside the site. Long queues and waiting might occur and every effort is made to coordinate the best timings for visits.
-The order of sites may be reversed based on traffic, weather and overcrowding of venues.
-A "whisper system" headset will be provided during the tour.
-Water sports and recreation are available at the beach for an additional cost.
-Meals are not included and can be purchased at the beach club. A selection of Italian and Greek cuisine is available.
-Guests are advised to wear their bathing suits underneath their clothing and bring a towel.
Adult Prices: $109 (ages 10 and up)
Child Prices: $69 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Prices: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


Agamemnon's Mask Treasure Hunt (4 - 4.5 hours)
Meet your tour escort, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus for an approximate 45-minute ride into Athens. Piraeus is the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today is the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Arrive in historic center of Athens and take part in a fun-filled treasure hunt.
According to the "legend", the Golden Mask of King Agamemnon has been stolen and that its possession brings a wealthy and successful life to its owner. This is the reason why there were over 36 attempts to steal it! The Greek police force has mounted the biggest manhunt in history. A codified message is the only clue they have so far& and you are invited to help the police find the mask!
Be divided in teams of approximately 10 people, solve a riddle and receive a "clue", which brings you closer to the message's decoding. The team which succeeds in collecting all the 3 pieces of information will be able to read the message and find the hidden Agamemnon's Mask.
Conclude your approximate 2-hour treasure hunt, enjoy a sweet treat and juice before reboarding your motorcoach and traveling back to Piraeus.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Families may be combined to form the necessary groups.
-This tour does not contain any sightseeing or visit of the Acropolis, although Guests will have views of the site from certain areas.
Adult Price: $119 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $99 (ages 8 to 9)


Athens Acropolis and Sightseeing (4 - 4.5 hours)
Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 75 minutes, entering the city of Athens from the Southwest along Syngrou Avenue. Pass some of the famous sites such as the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian's Arch which separates the old and the new Roman towns. Continue the scenic drive and see the National Gardens, the Parliament building (formerly the Royal Palace), the Academy, the first University and the National Library of Athens. Then, pass by the Panathenaic stadium, built in 1895, where the first Olympics was held in 1896.
Arrive at the bottom of the Acropolis, the Architectural masterpiece of the Golden Age and now protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
Walk up the approximate 100 steps for a bird's eye view of the city as your tour guide shares the history and myths of this iconic location during an approximate 90-minute visit. See the Propylea entrance, the Erectheum, the Temple of wingless Victory and of course, the crowning glory of Athens, the incomparable Parthenon dedicated to honor Athena, the patron goddess of Athens.
Descend through the same steps and enjoy approximately 15 minutes of free time to explore and shop at the base of the Acropolis (time permitting) before reboarding your motorcoach for your trip back to Piraeus.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motorcoach on their own. Guests that are unable to negotiate the stairs at the Acropolis can see the site from a lower area and reunite with the group after the visit.
-This tour includes approximately one mile of walking uphill/downhill on uneven surfaces and 200 steps (both ways). Guests are advised to wear flat and comfortable walking shoes.
-Large backpacks and oversized purses are not permitted inside the site. Long queues and waiting might occur and -every effort is made to coordinate the best timings for visits.
-The order of sites may be reversed based on traffic, weather and overcrowding of venues.
-A "whisper system" headset will be provided during the tour.
-Adult only departures are also available for this excursion.
Adult Price: $79 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $45 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


Athens Bike Tour (3 - 3.5 hours)
Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 45 minutes, arriving at the bottom of the Acropolis.
Receive your safety equipment, hop on a bike and start the tour, designed for those who like to explore and see the most interesting places below Acropolis in a more active way!
Start your approximate 45-minute bike journey "back in time", passing by all must-see locations of ancient Athens such us Ancient Agora, Keramikos, Roman Agora, Ancient theatre of Dionysos and Plaka. During the tou,r your tour escort will stop at strategic places to provide commentary on the historical sites.
Stop for a quick break and enjoy a coffee or a refreshment at the famous Thission area with a beautiful view on the Acropolis.
Continue peddling for approximately 30 minutes, before arriving to the final stop, where you'll reboard your motorcoach and travel back to Piraeus.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Helmets are available and mandatory.
-A bottle of water is included.
-A "whisper System" headset will be provided during the tour.
-This tour does not contain any sightseeing or visit of the Acropolis itself, although Guests will have views of the site from certain areas.
Adult Price: $99 (ages 14 and up)

Athens by Private Vehicle (4 or 8 hours)
Go to destinations of your choice throughout Athens via private vehicle and experience the freedom of following your own itinerary at your own pace. Note: Only one ticket (person) per vehicle should be booked.
Athens is approximately 45 minutes away from Piraeus.
Receive a private vehicle, which is air-conditioned and comes with a driver.
(Optional) English-speaking Tour guide will rendezvous with Guests in any of the historical sites and will lead you on an eye-opening tour, providing insightful and relevant information designed with your entire family and personal preferences in mind. Please remember that the tour guide will take an extra seat out of the total capacity for the vehicle.
Need extra hours? Complete the regular booking online and email your Travel Agent with your name, cruise reservation number and the total number of hours you'd like.
All departures are set for an 8:00 a.m. meet time.
Entrance fees, meals, refreshments and gratuities are not incluced.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motorcoach on their own.
-All private vehicle bookings are non-refundable.
-Actual vehicle type may vary depending on final number of passengers and availability.
-Visiting more than one site often requires a full day.
-This is a private arrangement; those accompanying you agree to share all costs. We do not match groups of passengers to form a private group for the vehicle.
-These tours are ordered per vehicle. One person in your party places the order for the vehicle; the entire cost of the vehicle is charged to that person's shipboard account and cannot be divided up among the party.
-Vehicles and guides are extremely limited; reserve early to avoid disappointment.
-Once onboard, you will receive a letter requesting details about your travel plans. Please complete this information and return it to the Port Adventures Desk as soon as possible.
4-hour Mini Bus with Drive & Guide Price: $1199 (up to 15 guests)
4-hour Mini Bus with Driver Price: $799 (up to 16 guests)
4-hour Sedan with Driver Price: $699 (up to 3 guests)
4-hour Wheelchair Accessible Minivan with Driver Price: $1199 (up to 5 guests)
8-hour Mini Bus with Drive & Guide Price: $1599 (up to 15 guests)
8-hour Mini Bus with Driver Price: $1199 (up to 16 guests)
8-hour Sedan with Driver Price: $999 (up to 3 guests)
8-hour Wheelchair Accessible Minivan with Driver Price: $1799 (up to 5 guests)


Athens Sightseeing, Acropolis and New Acropolis Museum with Lunch (8 - 8.5 hours)
Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 75 minutes, entering the city of Athens from the Southwest along Syngrou Avenue. Pass some of the famous sites such as the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian's Arch which separates the old and the new Roman towns. Continue the scenic drive and see the National Gardens, the Parliament building (formerly the Royal Palace), the Academy, the first University and the National Library of Athens. Then, pass by the Panathenaic stadium, built in 1895, where the first Olympics was held in 1896.
Arrive at the bottom of the Acropolis, the Architectural masterpiece of the Golden Age and now protected by a World Heritage site.
Walk up the approximate 100 steps for a bird's eye view of the city as your tour guide shares the history and myths of this iconic location during an approximate 90-minute visit. See the Propylea entrance, the Erectheum, the Temple of wingless Victory and of course, the crowning glory of Athens, the incomparable Parthenon dedicated to honor Athena, the patron goddess of Athens.
Descend the same steps and walk a short distance to the New Acropolis Museum. The New Acropolis Museum has been named one of the best museums in the world for 2010. The monumental structure has a rich collection of artifacts discovered in and around the Acropolis area. You'll enjoy an approximate 90-minute guided tour, featuring some of the highlights of this magnificent collection.
Depart the museum and walk approximately 15 minutes to the Plaka neighborhood, the oldest area in Athens to enjoy lunch at a Greek tavern (included in your tour).
After lunch, you'll have approximately 45 minutes to explore the area, shop or just relax before meeting your guide and motorcoach for the trip back to Piraeus.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motorcoach on their own. Guests that are unable to negotiate the stairs at the Acropolis can see the site from a lower area and reunite with the group after the visit.
-This tour includes approximately 1.5 miles of walking uphill/downhill on uneven surfaces and 200 steps (both ways). Guests are advised to wear flat and comfortable walking shoes.
-Large backpacks and oversized purses are not permitted inside the site. Long queues and waiting might occur and every effort is made to coordinate the best timings for visits.
-Professional size cameras are not allowed inside the museum and the site of Acropolis. No flash photography at the Museum — photos can be taken only at the 3rd floor of the museum.
-The order of sites may be reversed based on traffic, weather and overcrowding of venues.
-A "whisper system" headset will be provided during the tour.
-Lunch options may include fried zucchini balls, eggplant boureki, cheese pie, stuffed vine leaves, Greek salad, chicken souvlaki, baklava or galaktoboureko. A glass of wine, beer, soft drink, coffer or water is also included.
-Adult only departure of this excursion is also available.
Adult Price: $199 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $129 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


Explore Athens On Your Own (6 - 6.5 hours)
Meet your tour escort, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 30 minutes to the city center, where you'll enjoy approximately 5 hours of leisure time to explore the sites as you wish and at your own pace. Visit world renowned historical sites, shop and peruse for local goods or enjoy a delicious meal, the day is yours to enjoy.
Meet back at the designated location and time to meet your tour escort, reboard the motorcoach and travel back to Piraeus.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motorcoach on their own. The accessibility of sites and streets will vary according to each Guest's personal itinerary.
-Entrance fees, food and beverage are not included on this tour.
Adult Price: $39 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $29 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


Games at Panathenaic Stadium (4 - 4.5 hours)
Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 45 minutes, entering the city of Athens from the Southwest along Syngrou Avenue. Pass some of the famous sites such as the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian's Arch which separates the old and the new Roman towns. Continue the scenic drive and see the National Gardens, the Parliament building (formerly the Royal Palace), the Academy, the first University and the National Library of Athens.
Arrive at the Panathenaic stadium, which was built in 1895. The stadium is made from pentelic marble and it was chosen as the rebirth of Olympic Games in 1896. Throughout the twentieth century, the Panathenaic stadium hosted diverse events such as archery contests and the finish line of the marathon of the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.
Enjoy an approximate 25-minute guided tour before having the unique chance to race on the same track as many Olympians have done in the past.
Be divided into appropriate age groups and "compete" at this legendary track. The races will be organized and supervised by professionals.
Conclude your experience and reboard your motorcoach for the trip back to Piraeus.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the boat on their own. Guests are able to stroll during the "games" and enjoy leisure time.
Guests wishing to participate in the "games" should be in good physical health.
Adult Price: $49 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $39 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


Highlights of Athens - A Panoramic Drive (2.5 - 3 hours)
Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the Harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 75 minutes, entering the city of Athens from the Southwest along Syngrou Avenue. Pass some of the famous sites such as the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian's Arch, which separates the old and the new Roman towns. Continue the scenic drive and see the National Gardens, the Parliament building, (formerly the Royal Palace), the Academy, the first University and the National Library of Athens. Then, pass by the Panathenaic stadium, built in 1895, where the first Olympics was held in 1896.
Arrive at the bottom of the Acropolis, where you'll enjoy an approximate 45-minute photo stop. After some commentary, you'll have some brief time to shop for souvenirs. Admire the site of the Acropolis from the distance while your tour guide provides narration on the site.
Reboard your motorcoach for the scenic trip back to Piraeus.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the boat on their own and walk approximately 500 yards on uneven surfaces. Should the Guest not be able to negotiate steps, they can remain on the motorcoach.
-The order of sites may be reversed based on traffic, weather and overcrowding of venues.
Adult Price: $39 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $26 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


Walking Tour of Athens (5 - 5.15 hours)
Meet your guide, board an air-conditioned motorcoach and depart the port of Piraeus, the ancient name of the harbor created in the 5th century BC and today the main port of the capital city of Athens.
Leave the quayside and travel approximately 60 minutes, entering the city of Athens from the Southwest along Syngrou Avenue. Pass some of the famous sites such as the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian's Arch which separates the old and the new Roman towns. Continue the scenic drive and see the National Gardens, the Parliament building (formerly the Royal Palace), the Academy, the first University and the National Library of Athens. Then, pass by the Panathenaic stadium, built in 1895, where the first Olympics was held in 1896.
Start your approximate 135-minute walking tour with a short stop at Pnyka hill, also called hill of nymphs. From the end of the 6th century BC it has been established as a place where the principal assembly of the democracy of ancient Athens convened.
Continue with your guide to Ancient Agora where the old market used to be. It was not only a commercial but also a political and cultural place. Visit the agora and the small museum with exhibits, before entering Plaka, the oldest area of Athens built on the foot of the Acropolis. On the way, you will pass by the Roman Agora and the Tower of Winds.
Arrive at Plaka and after your guided tour, enjoy approximately one hour of free time to have lunch (at your expense), sightsee or shop.
Meet back at the designated time and location, where you'll follow your guide on a quick walk to reboard your motorcoach for the trip back to Piraeus.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-This tour includes approximately 1.5 miles of walking uphill/downhill on uneven surfaces and 200 steps (both ways). Guests are advised to wear flat and comfortable walking shoes. Guests must be in good physical condition to participate on this tour.
-This tour does not visit the Acropolis site, yet Guests will have views of it from different areas throughout the tour.
-The order of sites may be reversed based on traffic, weather and overcrowding of venues.
-A "whisper system" headset will be provided during the tour.
Adult Price: $79 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $49 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)





   


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