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Athens Tour with Traditional Greek Food Samples
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Athens Tour with Traditional Greek Food Samples

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  • Experience Athens like a local as you visit alternative neighbourhoods where tourists rarely go
  • Learn all about Athens' culinary culture and chat with local shop owners about their specialities and products
  • Discover the city's bohemian side, from funky workshops to cool cafés
  • Explore one of the biggest street art scenes in the world
  • Venture into alleyways and back lanes to discover vibrant cultural spaces and hear the myths and tales behind city sites


Get to see the real Athens on this full-day walking tour that shows off all the things Greece is famous for: from history to mythology, architecture to food! You’ll meet your local guide at Kotzia Square, located in the heart of Athens. The square is surrounded by gorgeous neoclassical buildings built in the early 18th century, as well as some ancient ruins. From there, your guide will lead you to the Central Market, where your guide will show you the places few tourists visit, and where you’ll discover a variety of delicious Greek specialties. From the simple koulouri (round bread with sesame seeds) and delicate local pastries, to the Greek staples of feta and olives, the Central Market is a feast for the senses. Listen to the vendors calling out the deals of the day and prep your cameras because you’ll want to snap a few shots of the colorful scenes.  Next up on this total tour of Athens, drop by a Greek deli that sells traditional produce and is a popular shopping spot for locals. You’ll get to sip some Tsipouro (a local alcoholic drink) and taste some unique delights from every corner of Greece, learning all about the culinary traditions and the Mediterranean diet. Then walk to Monastiraki Square, the heart of the city from ancient times and still a gathering place today. Venture through the vintage and secondhand shops at the flea market and you’ll learn how to bargain like a Greek. Here you’ll have a bit of free time to wander and explore on your own. You may want to shop for souvenirs or grab something to eat. The recommendation is to do as the Greeks do and order a coffee at one of the many cafés around the square and just sip as you watch the people passing by. Or, take the metro from Monastiraki station to Panepistimio, where you meet for the second half of your tour — did you know the metro in Athens is like a museum itself, with numerous archaeological artifacts on display that were found while it was being constructed? Once at Panepistimio, you gather together and take off on a detour down Athens’ back alleys and into the neighborhoods you won’t find in guidebook pages. Next stop will be a secret garden in the center of the city, a place only known to locals. You’ll stand with awe in front of unique monuments and hear the myths and tales that surround these legendary buildings. Learn about kings and queens, heroes and outlaws, as well as about the hidden Athens beneath your feet. Venture through small alleys and admire the city’s unique street art, which is considered some of the best in Europe, then watch local craftsmen and artists at work, and discover ancient treasures in a basement. If you have a sweet tooth, then your next stop will be your favorite, a quirky little sweet shop that’s perfect for picking up a tasty souvenir to take home with you. Finally, no bohemian tour of Athens would be complete without a stroll through the once industrial neighborhood of Gazi — a must-see for any visitor, known for its graffiti decorated alleys, hipster taverns, and fashionable boutiques owned by emerging designers. Here, you will see the old mingling with the new, along streets that connect (or divide) the past and the present. Think ancient tombs alongside factory chimneys, art centers, and hidden courtyards. As you walk, you’ll get a literal taste for Athenian life with a surprise stop for a tasty meze dish and a local tipple.


Local English-speaking guide
Food samples (Greek sweets, bread, olive oil, olives, cheeses, rusks, wine, ouzo, traditional meze, herbs/spices, and a Greek coffee)
Train ticket
Additional food and drink (during the mid-tour break)
Souvenirs and items of a personal nature
Tips/gratuities for your guide

Important Information

  • Please wear comfortable walking shoes. In summer months, bring a hat and sunscreen. This tour departs rain or shine, so you may want to bring an umbrella, depending on the weather.
  • For your tour you will be in a small group of a maximum of 12 people.
  • This tour can be customized to cater for dietary needs at your request.
  • This is a child-friendly tour.

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