Athens Walking Tours was founded in 2004 and since then we are very proud to have grown and expanded our product range, offering innovative, fresh and memorable activities to Athens visitors!
Each and every one of our tours have been carefully designed by experts and executed with great success by selected and well trained Athens Walking Tours guides. All of our guides share one common trait: they love their job, which they regard as a mission, and do not repeat rehearsed information, but rather share their wealth of knowledge about Greece in a friendly and informative manner.
We operate historical walking tours that cover up most attractions of the city (and beyond) as well as wonderful culinary tours, the Athens Food Tours, the Athens Cooking Lessons & the Athens Wine Tasting Tours!
Join a tour at Athens Walking Tours for an unforgettable Athens experience!
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The Acropolis Museum in Athens richer and more attractive for the junior visitors. The Acropolis Museum has been enriched with a wonderful LEGO model of the Acropolis, donated to the Museum by Michael Turner, Senior Curator at Nicholson Museum in Sydney, Australia. … Continue reading
“That which gave most pleasure and ornament to the city of Athens, and the greatest admiration and even astonishment to all strangers, and that which now is Greece’s only evidence that the power she boasts of and her ancient wealth … Continue reading
The History of Wine in Crete The vine in Crete has been cultivated for over 4000 years. The first wine press was found in the region of Vathipetro and was dated at being 3500 years old! The Minoans were making … Continue reading
On Thursday June 20, 2013 the Acropolis Museum turns four! In celebration the museum will remain open from 8.oo a.m. until midnight and special events have been planned. Its restaurant will also be open from 8.00 a.m. to 12.00 midnight … Continue reading
Summer is king in Greece and definitely the best time of year to be here. The sun is radiant, the sea is clear and blue. The watermelon is sweet and juicy and the best you have ever tasted and it … Continue reading
Last summer Hayley, a physiotherapist living and working in London came to Greece and enjoyed a one week holiday on the island of Crete. While gazing at brochures on the Info Stand in the lobby of her hotel she noticed … Continue reading
LEARNING HOW TO FLY A few days ago a friend called. It was a lazy Saturday morning and I was drinking coffee and fooling around on Facebook. My friend asked me if I was online, I said yes, and he … Continue reading
The ancient Greek society and especially the Athenian one were highly developed and inherited us with some liturgies still practiced to this very day and proved to be beneficial for modern societies also.
THE MORNING OF THE WORLD Most people, when they think of Greece, think of Socrates and Pericles. They believe that Greece’s real importance lies in the past. But that conception is wrong. For over 200 years, Greece has been … Continue reading
This is a place you will have to visit while in Athens. Why? because this is the birthplace of theater, thus the most significant theater in Europe. It is also Europe’s oldest theater. We at the Athens Walking tours take special care and show … Continue reading