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Don’t Miss our Free Walking Tours
Our passengers have described our bus-audio guide as one of the best in the world. And they also say that our Free Walking and Photo Tours are enjoyable, informative, clever and fun, all at the same time! We can certainly give you some hints of what you are going to see and hear on these Tours, especially the world famous historical sites that cannot be seen from the road, but each Walking Tour is never the same or boring and certainly never tedious either.
Close to the Hadrian’s Library and Roman Agora, this is the bustling flea market in the old town of Athens. It is most popular on Sundays, when some of the stores close and people bring tables and carpets and sell all kinds of stuff from junk to antiques. The rest of the week it is just a huge bazaar of all sorts
the central square of Athens, which means Constitution. The first King of Greece Otto was obliged to grant a constitution after a popular and military uprising on 3 September 1843. The House of Parliament, with the famous Evzones, is at the top of the Square and Ermou Street, at the bottom, is a paradise for those who like to shop. Don’t miss the changing of the Evzones guards in front of the parliament that is held every hour.
the famous, old historical neighbourhood of Athens, at the foothill of the Acropolis. A maze of labyrinthine streets and neoclassical architecture, with lots of interesting shops, tavernas and bars
National Gardens and Zappeion
the lush, verdant National Gardens is love at first sight. Home to 7,000 trees, 40,000 bushes and other plants, making up 519 species and varieties. Zappeion Hall, though officially separated from the Garden, is, to all intents and purposes, an extension of it, with a decorous courtyard boasting statues which recall recent Greek history, not to mention mythology.
Dionysiou Areopagitou, Apostolou Pavlou
a walkway that unifies the world famous archaeological sites and gives one the feeling that one is walking through time, passing through the golden age of Athens. This long walkway, called Dionysiou Areopagitou and Apostolou Pavlou, passes the Acropolis Museum, the Theatre of Dionysos, the Theatre of Herodatus, the Parthenon, the Pnyx, the Karameikos and the Ancient Agora. A walk that reveals Ancient Athens in all its glory.