Athens Walking Tours

Athens Walking Tours: New Shared Private Tours

Following the pandemic and the need for more safety, the Athens Walking Tours team has created new shared-private tours reducing the maximum number of participants to 8 persons strictly.  With a reduced number of guests per group, it becomes easier to keep safe distances, emphasize health protocols and maximize Covid-19 protection.

Moreover the shared private tours offer guaranteed departure eliminating the struggle of cancellations.

You can enjoy your visit to Acropolis or Ancient Agora Covid-free and worry-free.  They would also like to remind you that they run contactless temperature checks before the tour. Moreover, they use protective masks, sanitized earsets, as well as antiseptic wipes and gels at all times.  Book now and worry no more.  Your Athens Walking Tours team looks after you and your company; your family, and your friends.

Athens Walking Tours was founded in 2004 out of a need to offer a different approach to the ordinary city sightseeing tours. Since then they have been welcoming visitors to Greece with innovative, and memorable tour programs and activities.  Each and every single tour has been carefully designed by experts. All their guides are local, licensed, and share one common trait; they love their job and share their wealth of knowledge about Greece in a friendly and informative manner.

They operate small group historical walking tours in Athens that include most of the major attractions, as well as culinary tours, such as their Food Tour, their Cooking Lessons, and their Wine Tasting Tours. All of them offer the visitor of Athens a unique, enriching, and all-encompassing experience of each city’s ancient and historical past together with its present, modern everyday life. They are consistently given high ratings on all travel websites and social media. Οur tours have earned worldwide media recognition from CNN, the Herald Tribune, the Miami Herald, and many more major international and local news agencies and publications, as well as Greek national media such as ERT (Greek NationaI Television).

Contact them directly for more information at [email protected]