Explore ancient Athens in a unique way on a guided e-scooter tour with soft drinks. See highlights like Philopappou Hill, the Pynx, the National Observatory of Athens, and the Temple of Olympian Zeus.
Odeon of Herodes Atticus
National observatory of Athens
Temple of Olympian Zeus
Take in panoramic views and photos from hill of Pnyx
Meeting point: Odeon of Herodes Atticus - the restored roman theatre that hosts many performances under the Athenian sky. Constructed in 161 AD with the expense of Herodes Atticus, as a memorial to his wife, Regilla.
Station 1: Philopappou Hill
The Monument of Philopappos built by the Athenians in 114-116 AD, to honor their benefactor, Gaius Julius Antiochus Philopappos.
The Prison of Socrates: Even though it has been disputed by many that this cave was the real prison of Socrates, this name has still caught on.
Church of Saint Dimitrios Loubardiaris: A byzantine church located in a picturesque grove under the Filipappos hill and restored in 1955 by the architect Dimitrios Pikionis.
Station 2: Pnyx - The meeting place of the Athenian democratic assembly.
Station 3: National Observatory of Athens - Designed by the famous architect Theophil Hanse and founded in 1842, with the contribution of Georgios Sinas.
Station 4: Dionysiou Areopagitou Street - One of the valuable pedestrian streets, in terms of archaeological significance, in the whole world. We will drive and learn about the history of the New Acropolis Museum and the Monuments of the Acropolis
Station 5: Temple of Olympian Zeus – The monument was starting to build in 174 BCE and only finally completed by the Roman emperor Hadrian in 131 CE.
Station 6: Arch of Hadrian - A monumental, marble arch built by the emperor Hadrian as the formal gateway to Athens
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