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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Set amidst the historical and commercial centers of Athens, these three neighbouring areas, Monastiraki, Thissio and Psiri, are a hidden treasure, waiting to be discovered by the visitor. A walk through each and every one of them will soon convince … Continue reading
Whether on a short City break, or between airports and ports, to visit some of the famous Greek islands, a visitor should never forget the one and only truth about Athens: It has so much to offer! And you will … Continue reading
Evzones, or, as we Greeks like to call them, “Tsoliades”, are the pride of our army! If you join our Historical Athens Walking Tours, you will have the opportunity to see them guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, right … Continue reading
“A healthy mind in a healthy body.” That was the motto of the Ancient Greeks when they celebrated the Olympic Games every four years in Olympia which is located on the west coast of Peloponnese.
Have you ever tasted the delicious, buttery Kourabiedes that melt in your mouth or Melomakarona, biscuits with honey syrup and walnuts? Both of them are very popular Greek Christmas sweets! If yes, you are lucky and we are sure that you … Continue reading
A visit to Athens cannot be complete without a visit to the Acropolis and its famous Parthenon. The “sacred rock” is the landmark of the city and one of the sights in the world that everybody should see once in his life. … Continue reading
The New Acropolis Museum has been named among the best-ranked museums in the world in the 2015 Travellers’ Choice survey, announced by TripAdvisor. More specifically, the New Acropolis Museum has been voted as the 11th in the world the the 8th … Continue reading
Wine was and still is significant ingredient accompanying the rich Greek cuisine. The phrase “let’s go for a glass of wine” shows how much the Greeks honor it and how directly it is connected with their daily life. Over a … Continue reading
Greece is tightly connected to people’s mind with summer. However, Greece is an equally welcoming destination for Christmas, not only for the historical places, but also for the culinary experiences this land has to offer! Christmas Day lunch has always … Continue reading